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Capital Campaign: Delivering a Better Experience

Maternity CampaignProviding family-centered care for mothers, babies and families celebrating a new arrival.

For 120 years, Chester County Hospital has served the health care needs of this community with a focus on quality care, compassionate providers, leading-edge technology and state-of-the-art facilities.

Today is an exciting time in our history. Now part of Penn Medicine, the benefits of one of the top academic health systems in the country are available in Chester County. This new relationship, coupled with recent advancements outlined here, clearly demonstrates our commitment to innovation and quality care.

  • Our new Tower is already serving patients and their families with 24 all-new private rooms on the fourth floor. To meet patient demand, an additional 24 rooms on the third floor were opened early in 2014.
  • Processes to enhance efficiency in our Emergency Department have dramatically improved treatment and have decreased wait time, transforming the delivery of care in that department.
  • Our new TrueBeam™ linear accelerator brings the leading-edge of radiation therapy to patients in our Radiation Oncology program.

However, our work is far from complete. Our new Mother and Baby Pavilion is slated to open Spring of 2014. With your help, we will unveil private maternity rooms in the Tower to enhance your postpartum experience - family-centered care.

We are proud of our solid reputation in Maternal/Infant Health Services. Our highly skilled team excels in providing warm, compassionate care and our proven quality ratings, affiliation with Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - the highest level NICU in Chester County - all make our Maternal/Infant Health Service top notch. But our commitment to patient satisfaction compels us to facilitate improvements that will deliver an even better experience to mothers, babies and families celebrating a new arrival. This includes much anticipated private rooms.

Family-centered care - where a support person can stay in the room with the mother and new baby - is, for many, the preferred postpartum experience. Family-centered care promotes breast-feeding and bonding between the newborn and his or her family.

Family-centered care - a top priority.
The addition of the Mother and Baby Pavilion will address this important need for more than 2,500 babies born annually at Chester County Hospital. Twenty-four private Maternity rooms and a new, well-baby nursery in the patient Tower, as well as renovations to the existing maternity floor represent a top priority for Chester County Hospital.


To learn more about participating in the capital campaign, call 610.431.5108.

Maternity Room

Last Updated: 3/10/2014