Pottstown Hospital

Investing in the Health and Well-Being of Pottstown

Enhancing the quality of our care to improve the quality of your life — this is our commitment to Pottstown. That’s why we invest any profits we generate back into our people, our hospital, our technology, and our community. With $11 million reinvested in the past 12 months and $7 million planned for upcoming year, we’re strengthening nearly every aspect of your care by:

  • Raising the quality of your care with advanced technology, including:
    • 3D mammography
    • State-of-the-art radiology and operating room equipment — including advanced scopes, minimally invasive operating tools, and nerve monitors
    • Newly-offered pulmonary rehabilitation program
    • Innovative lab tools
    • New DEXA scan equipment
  • 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, including:
    • New patient beds
    • Renovations to stairways and elevators
    • Repaving our parking lot
  • Offering health and wellness resources and support in our community like:
    • Operation Backpack®
    • Emmanuel Lutheran monthly community meals
    • Partnership with Montgomery County Community College to enhance healthcare career development
    • Partnerships with Alvernia University and Gwynedd Mercy University providing Senior Preceptor programs with nursing staff for hands-on clinical experience
  • Sponsoring and supporting local events and organizations including:
    • Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities
    • Leadership Tri-County
    • Symetra Tour, LPGA – Valley Forge Invitational
    • Pottstown Rotary Club’s Fourth of July and Halloween parades
    • Hometown Holiday Celebration
    • Foundation for Pottstown Education
    • Pottstown Bike Race
    • TriCounty Community Network – Amazing Raise
  • Understanding and acting on Pottstown’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