Coronavirus

See the latest Coronavirus Information including testing sites, visitation restrictions, appointments and scheduling, location hours, virtual classes, patient FAQs and more.

COVID-19 Vaccination Enrollment

CHESTER COUNTY HOSPITAL VACCINATION DISTRIBUTION INFORMATION: For Non–Affiliated Health Care Workers in 1A category. LEARN MORE! >>

Outpatient Location Hours: MLK Holiday

OUTPATIENT LOCATION HOURS: MLK Holiday

In honor of the Martin Luther King national holiday, most Chester County Hospital Outpatient Services/Locations will be CLOSED on Monday, January 18, 2021. VIEW SCHEDULE! >>

parking garageFree Self-Parking
Chester County Hospital offers free parking for all patients, visitors and community members attending functions at the hospital. The entrance for self-parking is located at the intersection of East Marshall Street and Montgomery Avenue. Please follow signs directing you to "Self Parking."

Patients, visitors and guests have preferential parking and they are permitted to park in any paved surface space and on any level of the parking garage. The first floor and ramp of the garage, as well as the row of space outside the garage, are reserved just for patients, visitors and guests. (In other words, hospital staff and contractors are not permitted to park in those areas.)

Free Valet
In order to make your visit as convenient as possible, Chester County Hospital offers free valet parking at the hospital's entrance. Please follow campus signs directing you to "Free Valet" and "Hospital Entrance." Tips are not expected or required.

 

*Please Note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic emergency, we will be temporarily suspending valet parking services until further notice.

 


Campus safety
The parking lot is well-lit and has marked emergency call boxes and security cameras located throughout the parking lots and the garage. If you need assistance from an hospital Security Officer, please call the switchboard at 610-431-5000.

When crossing any roadways in or near the hospital's campus, please stay on the striped crosswalks and watch for oncoming vehicles. Many people who are traveling to and from the hospital may be distracted, upset or driving quickly in an emergency. During snowy weather, the hospital maintains the crosswalks as a top priority, making it the recommended way to walk around campus.

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