Brandywine Hospital

Investing in the Health and Well-Being of Our Community

Enhancing the quality of our care to improve the quality of your life — this is our commitment to our community. That’s why we invest any profits we generate back into our people, our hospital, our technology, and our community. With $7.2 million reinvested in the past 12 months and $7.5 million planned for the upcoming year, we’re strengthening nearly every aspect of your care by:

  • Expanding your access to the highest level of expertise in our region with the addition of three new physicians to our team across specialty areas including:
    • Family Medicine
    • Occupational Medicine
  • Raising the quality of your care with advanced technology, including:
    • Upgraded operating suites for minimally invasive orthopedic procedures — specifically those involving the back, neck, and shoulders
    • State-of-the-art lab equipment such as osmometers and BioFire® FilmArray® for infectious disease molecular diagnostics and prevention
    • Bedside telemetry monitors for remote cardiac supervision
    • New IV pumps for nursing units
    • Tools to elevate the safety of behavioral health patients
    • Specialized ultrasound equipment to assist with nerve blocks
    • Radiofrequency generators for pain management
  • Implementing a robust electronic medical record system that connects all of 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 such as:
    • Emergency Department renovations
    • Enhanced wayfinding signage for easier campus navigation
    • Kitchen upgrades supporting food services
    • Renovations to our Spackman Center
    • New doors and updates to stairwells throughout the hospital
  • Offering health and wellness resources in our community, including:
    • Free educational seminars focusing on topics such as orthopedics and spine care, and free health screenings
    • Clinical mentorships with Immaculata University, Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry Youth Initiative, Pennsylvania College, Lancaster College, Good Fellowship Ambulance Corps in West Chester, Uwchlan Ambulance Corps, Technical College High School (TCHS), and many other institutions — all to support students pursuing a career path in healthcare
  • Sponsoring and supporting local events and organizations such as:
    • The Strawberry Festival
    • Ice Line Skating Rink
    • United Sports Training Center
    • United Way Color 5K Run
    • Brandywine YMCA
    • Caln Township Community Days
    • Chester County 5K Run & Walk
    • Downingtown Senior Center
    • Coatesville Christmas Parade
    • EMS events
    • Local high schools and universities to educate aspiring medical professionals
  • Understanding and acting on our community’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 results publicly available by July 2019, and the implementation plan publicly available by November 2019