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Introducing the Abramson Cancer Center
at Chester County Hospital

Cure is WithinFor years, cancer patients and their families have trusted Chester County Hospital for care. Now, as part of Penn Medicine's Abramson Cancer Center, a world leader in cancer treatment and research, our physicians and clinicians in hematology/oncology, radiation oncology, breast, gynecology oncology, thoracic surgery and many related specialties can offer even more advanced therapies and expertise.

To schedule an appointment call 800.789.PENN

About the Abramson Cancer Center

The Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania is a world leader in cancer research, patient care, and education. The pre-eminent position of the Cancer Center is reflected in its continuous designation as a Comprehensive Cancer Center by the National Cancer Institute since 1973, one of 41 such Centers in the United States.

The Abramson Cancer Center is dedicated to innovative and compassionate cancer care. The clinical program, comprised of a dedicated staff of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, physical therapists, nutritionists and patient care coordinators, currently sees over 90,000 outpatient visits, over 11,800 inpatient discharges, and provides over 37,000 chemotherapy treatments, and more than 66,000 radiation treatments.

Not only is the Abramson Cancer Center dedicated to providing state-of-the-art cancer care, the latest forms of cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment are available to our patients through clinical themes that developed in the relentless pursuit to eliminate the pain and suffering from cancer.

In addition, the Abramson Cancer Center is home to the 400+ basic, translational and clinical scientists who work relentlessly to determine the pathogenesis of cancer. Together, the faculty is committed to improving the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer.

Last Updated: 6/8/2015