Chester County Hospital provides the media and the residents of Chester County, PA access to the latest news and information about the hospital and its related services. This section features press releases, patient testimonials, current articles, video links, physician achievements, hospital publications, consumer health posts and more.

CONTACT INFORMATION

A representative from Chester County Hospital Public Relations (PR) is available to answer questions about the hospital, to locate a health care expert, or to provide more information about an upcoming program. If you have questions or if you are pursuing a story idea, please contact us first to help facilitate the interview process. We will do our best to help.

  • Public Relations Office: 610-738-2793
  • Breaking News: 610-431-5000 (This is the hospital's main phone number. Ask the operator to contact the PR representative on call.)

All members of the media, including reporters and photographers, must be accompanied by a member of the PR department or by a hospital staff member designated by Public Relations when conducting interviews or taking photos on the Chester County Hospital campus or at any of its satellite facilities.

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Employee Drug Testing and the Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Law: What Employers Need to Know

The Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Act provides patients with certain medical conditions the ability to use medical marijuana legally. But the disconnect between federal law, which classifies marijuana as a Schedule I drug with no accepted medical use, has created a quandary for the employers who turn to The Occupational Health Center for employee drug testing. Dr. Richard Donze, DO, and Jacqueline Gallagher, Esq., share what employers need to know about medical marijuana and employee drug testing.

Featured Patient Success Story

Slauch 570 John's Story John is the Chief of Police for the Borough of Oxford. Pain in his hip created a major physical challenge in his role as a law enforcement officer. Until he received a total hip replacement at Chester County Hospital which got him moving and pain free again. Read and Hear John's Story
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