Chester County residents can rest assured that the area offers some of the best quality hospitals. Brandywine Hospital & Trauma Center is the counties only accredited Level II trauma center, and offers 24-hour coverage by expert medical, surgical and nursing trauma team members. Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital is a private, 1210 bed not-for-profit facility in Malvern, specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Paoli Memorial Hospital is a non-profit community hospital, and serves more than 300,000 people in southeastern Pennsylvania. Phoenixville Hospital specializes in cardiac care, including diagnostic testing such as EKGs, cardiac catheterization, echocardiography, carotid imaging, stress tests and cardiac rehabilitation services.
The Chester County Hospital was the County’s first hospital, and continues to respond to the needs of the community. It provides a full range of treatment facilities, in addition to a commitment to community education and well-being. In addition to the main hospital campus in West Chester, many services can be found at satellite locations in Downingtown, Exton, Kennett Square, and Lionville. To offer this wide range of programs, CCH has established a Health Care Network, joining with other health care partners who share a common mission and vision to improve the health status of the community.
Committed to enhancing the health status of the community, the Health Network offers year-round wellness programs, including disease prevention screenings and various health promotion programs offered on site, at area businesses, and in local school districts. The Health Network also offers a wide range of support groups, including breast cancer, Parkinson’s disease, adult and youth diabetes, and prostate cancer.