As part of Penn Medicine, the Abramson Cancer Center at Chester County Hospital offers patients the latest advances in cancer treatment close to home. Our care consists of prevention, early detection, diagnosis and treatment, as well as research and support services. The result is a reputation for superior outcomes and high patient satisfaction.

  • Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy (ENB)

    This GPS-like technology detects tumors deep inside the lungs or in areas that are hard to reach. ENB is typically performed as an outpatient procedure and many patients are able to go home the same day with minimal discomfort.

  • SAVI SCOUT® Radar Localization System

    The SAVI SCOUT® radar localization system is a clinically proven, FDA cleared, wire-free approach to targeting tumors and breast lesions. 

  • Genetic Counseling

    This program is designed to evaluate YOUR risk for developing gastrointestinal, breast or ovarian cancer based upon genetics and other factors. 

  • Medical Social Workers

    Our Social Workers provide essential emotional support and help cancer patients transition to home following hospitalization and during outpatient treatment.

  • Nurse Navigators

    Nurse Navigators are experienced oncology professionals who can support you and guide you through your care. From the time you are diagnosed, they are available as dedicated members of your cancer care team to facilitate personalized cancer care for you and your family. 

  • Urgent Mammograms

    Chester County Hospital's Radiology Department has established a rapid appointment program, where patients who notice a lump at home can call and be scheduled for an appointment quickly.

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