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A soaring atrium, high-tech private patient rooms, thoughtfully designed spaces for families — and plenty of parking! Construction has begun on Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s second inpatient hospital, located in King of Prussia, Pa. This exciting new development will soon be a reality for a rapidly growing region in need of top pediatric care.
From a state-of-the-art emergency department — designed exclusively for the unique needs of children — to pioneering patient care in oncology, orthopaedics, ear/nose/throat, urology and more, CHOP is poised to bring the latest medical advances to even more families.
Situated at the intersection of major roadways, the new hospital will also be firmly seated at the intersection of expertise and compassion. Families living in Bucks and Montgomery counties, Princeton and points all across New Jersey, Delaware, New York and beyond will now have easier access to the world’s best pediatric clinicians, surgeons, specialists and programs, and the most comprehensive care available anywhere.
CHOP’s second inpatient hospital is a first for children’s health. With the help of generous donors and an engaged community, CHOP is building a pediatric healthcare hub for the region and beyond — for children, for families, for the future. Learn more and get involved at chop.edu/KOPhospital.
Categories: Children's View Fall 2019