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We’re building the hospital of the future in King of Prussia!

King of Prussia Hospital Rendering To best serve our patient families, CHOP is ahead of the curve in planning for the future. Our second hospital, the Middleman Family Pavilion, located in King of Prussia, Pa., will enable us to vastly improve our compassionate and comprehensive inpatient capabilities. CHOP’s advanced care, including the Madlyn K. Abramson Emergency Department, our new 20-bed unit, will be easily accessed by more families. Families will also find reassurance in knowing that every room in the new hospital will be a single patient room — critical for providing family comfort and answering the pressing need for more physical space.

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Patient stories: Why families are excited about our new hospital

Emmalyn at home

Many of the surgical procedures that siblings Emmalyn and Carson have needed will be offered at CHOP’s King of Prussia hospital.

Jackie on a tricycle

At 18 months old, Jackie needed hip surgery. CHOP’s new hospital will give families like hers easier access to CHOP’s world-class orthopaedic experts.

Young boy hugging an adult leg in a hospital room

Whenever a cancer patient like Max gets a fever, it’s an emergency. CHOP’s new hospital in King of Prussia will mean a closer ER for these frightening moments.

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Optimized Space – Extraordinary Outcomes

With over 250,000 square feet dedicated solely to children, the Middleman Family Pavilion will be as large as many community hospitals.

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24/7 Pediatric Emergency Care

When emergency strikes, the Madlyn K. Abramson ED, our new 20-bed unit, will be at the ready. And if families that come to KOP Urgent Care need an ED, it is a walk down the hall, not a trip in the car.

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Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

CHOP's best of the best will care for critically ill children in our new PICU. Designed for maximum flexibility, our other inpatient rooms can also be converted for intensive care needs.

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Private Inpatient Rooms

Our new hospital will have 52 single-patient rooms to maximize privacy and safety — and can expand to more than double that number.

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Top-ranked CHOP Specialists

Expert teams in orthopaedics, plastic surgery, ENT, urology, oncology and more will deliver advanced care to even more children.

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Advanced Operating Suites

Our advanced ORs will be configurable and flexible to meet the clinical needs of our top-ranked surgeons.

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Comprehensive Radiology

On-site x-rays, MRIs, CT scans and more, read quickly by the nation's top pediatric radiologists.

“This new King of Prussia hospital will dramatically reshape the pediatric healthcare landscape in a way that’s needed right now.”

Jennifer Paradis Behle

Chair, King of Prussia Hospital Campaign
CEO, the Chappell Culpeper Family Foundation


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