Tim Buckley, chairman of CHOP's Board of Trustees; PA State Rep. Tim Briggs; Ted Ganley, MD, director of CHOP's Center for Sports Medicine and performance; Bruce Castor, Montgomery County commissioner; CHOP patient Tom Heleniak; Steven M. Altschuler, MD, CHOP CEO; Greg Waks, Upper Merion Township supervisor; Josh Shapiro and Valerie Arkoosh, Montgomery County commissioners; and William Jenaway, PhD, Upper Merion Township supervisor.
In early May, CHOP held an official ribbon-cutting event at the Hospital’s new King of Prussia Specialty Care and Ambulatory Surgery Center at 550 South Goddard Blvd in Pennsylvania.
The building will replace current buildings located near the King of Prussia Mall on Mall Boulevard and will include expanded services including an ambulatory surgical care center, where children can have same-day surgery close to home.
The new facility, which will be fully up-and-running in July, includes 68 exam rooms, more than 30 medical and surgical subspecialties, a sports medicine gym, developmental PT/OT gym, Pediatric Imaging Center, Day Hospital for oncology patients, Sleep Center and Urgent Care Center. CHOP’s Home Care Program is also based onsite.
Learn more about the new CHOP location.