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Chester County Hospital offers advanced care for a full spectrum of heart and vascular conditions, including arrhythmia, cardiomyopathy, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, heart disease, hypertension, vascular disease, and more. Our care is patient focused with many services, scheduling, registration and testing all provided in one central location.
Chester County Hospital offers the advanced technologies and expertise of a regional cardiovascular center paired with the concern and responsiveness of a community hospital. From prevention and education to diagnosis, treatment, and aftercare, you can feel confident knowing that we provide local access to leading-edge cardiovascular services.
Our full range of services includes angioplasty, stents, surgery, and rehabilitation. We offer two advanced-digital cardiac catheterization laboratories for diagnostic and interventional procedures, a vascular and electrophysiology laboratory, two cardiovascular operating suites, as well as specialized cardiovascular and post-intervention units for patient-focused care.
Our cardiovascular team is dedicated to the prevention and lifetime management of heart disease. We seek to serve our community's needs through specially designed education and health and wellness programming.
A world-class regional provider of comprehensive and integrated services, Chester County Hospital engages patients and referring physicians in lifetime management of cardiovascular disease. Through programs and facilities that provide state-of-the-art prevention, diagnosis, surgical, catheter intervention, and rehabilitation services, we are committed to reducing death and disability caused by heart disease in the population it serves. In partnership with physicians, other community health care professionals, and patients, our highly skilled practitioners will ensure accessible, seamless, responsive, compassionate, and cost-effective care.
Last Updated: 1/16/2015