Chestnut Hill Hospital

Investing in the Health and Well-Being of Chestnut Hill

Enhancing the quality of our care to improve the quality of your life — this is our commitment to Chestnut Hill. That’s why we invest any profits we generate back into our people, our hospital, our technology, and our community. With $2 million reinvested in the past 12 months and $6 million planned for the next 12 months, we’re strengthening nearly every aspect of your care by:

  • Expanding your access to the highest level of expertise in our region with more than 60 new physicians and surgeons across specialties including:
    • Endocrinology
    • Family Medicine
    • General Surgery
    • Gynecology
    • Internal Medicine
    • Orthopedic Surgery
    • Urology
  • Raising the quality of your care with the most advanced technology, including:
    • Upgraded radiology suites
    • The latest equipment for advanced surgical care
    • New operating room technology
  • Implementing a robust electronic medical record system that connects all your health information across Tower Health providers — enabling more informed clinical decisions and improved outcomes along with convenient access to your health information 24/7
  • Elevating your comfort as a patient through facility enhancements, including:
    • Pharmacy renovations
    • New elevators
    • Parking garage upgrades
    • New HVAC systems
  • Offering health and wellness resources and support in our community, like:
    • Over 50 community wellness lectures focusing on a variety of topics, from women’s health to weight loss
    • Free heart and stroke risk screenings, and foot evaluations
    • Training EMTs to become paramedics through a partnership with the Philadelphia Fire Department
    • Participating in the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s Healthy Woman Program
    • Providing turkey dinners for the Germantown Crisis Ministry
    • 500 new toys to the Salvation Army in Roxborough
    • A Free Screening Mammogram program, with $9,000 raised
  • Sponsoring and supporting local organizations including:
    • The Chestnut Hill Community Association
    • Mt. Airy USA
    • West Mt. Airy Neighbors
    • Friends of the Wissahickon
    • Chestnut Hill Youth Sports Club
    • Meals on Wheels
    • American Cancer Society Relay for Life (Wissahickon)
    • The Alzheimer’s Association with a $6,000 donation
  • Understanding and acting on Chestnut Hill’s health priorities by bringing together local health, government, religious, higher education, minority, and low-income representatives for our 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment — with the implementation plan publicly available by November 2019

Open Board Meeting

Join us on Tuesday, August 13 from 5 to 5:45 p.m. Call 215.753.2024, or click the link below to RSVP.

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