King of Prussia Hospital: What Providers Should Know
Located in King of Prussia right off I-76, the Middleman Family Pavilion at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, King of Prussia, is easy to reach for your patient families and features the same world-class care teams as our Philadelphia Campus. We’re looking forward to partnering with you to provide the very best care to your patients.
Our Middleman Family Pavilion in King of Prussia is connected to our existing outpatient specialty care and urgent care facilities, answering the range of your patients’ needs beyond the scope of primary care. Patients requiring routine specialty procedures have convenient access to a full spectrum of diagnostic tools, a state-of-the-art facility that’s easy to navigate, a PICU, advanced ORs and more. Routine orthopaedic and general surgery hours are available seven days a week.
For emergencies, the Middleman Family Pavilion is the only hospital in the region that has both Pediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM)-trained ED physicians and pediatric intensivists in-house 24/7.
Our goal is to facilitate a seamless partnership with you, with full and prompt answers to your questions and communication on your patients’ progress.
Access to specialties that are top-ranked in the nation
Questions about services available at King of Prussia Hospital? Contact 800-TRY-CHOP, press 2.
The Middleman Pavilion in King of Prussia gives your patient families a second high-quality pediatric-only inpatient option. Nearly all typical childhood illnesses and injuries can be handled at our King of Prussia hospital with the same level of expert care as in Philadelphia.
However, there are still some services that are only available at the Philadelphia Campus. If one of your patients needs treatment for complex neurology needs or cardiac issues or have been newly diagnosed with diabetes, please advise them to head to Philadelphia. If you have a question as to which CHOP hospital would be better for a patient in your care, contact 800-TRY-CHOP, press 2, and request to talk with the appropriate Medical Command to find out.
Urgent Care or Emergency Room?
Due to the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA), we are unable to guide parents once they arrive as to whether their child’s medical need is suitable for urgent care or if it is emergent. Download and share this guide with parents to help them determine the appropriate care location for their child. Download the ED/UC guidelines.
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