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A child's hospital stay can be overwhelming for both patient and parents, no matter what condition is being treated. By providing an exceptional level of medical care in the reassuring setting of a hospital close to home, Chester County Hospital makes the experience easier. The goal of our pediatrics team is to provide your child with superb care while making your experience as comfortable and as stress-free as possible.
At Chester County Hospital, the care we provide to our infants, children and their parents is family-centered and demonstrates that we take the time to be attentive and professional. Care is delivered in a safe environment and is individualized to the needs of the young patient and his or her parents. We explain and educate parents on our use of technology so that parents can be actively involved in taking care of their child. When a child is ready to go home, the parents are well prepared.
Our top quality pediatric care is enhanced by our unique affiliation with The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), which includes our joint programs: CHOP Pediatric Care and CHOP Newborn Care. These innovative programs combine the extensive resources of CHOP - a world leader in pediatric and neonatal medicine - with the experience and facilities of Chester County Hospital.
Our inpatient pediatricians and neonatologists are all on staff at CHOP and bring an expert level of care to our youngest patients. Services include a dedicated Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) -- the only one in Chester County -- for our newborns who need specialized care.
Outpatient pediatricians play a critical role in the routine care of infants, children and adolescents. Their aim is to prevent, detect, and manage any physical, emotional, social, or developmental issue that may arise from birth to adulthood.
This joint pediatric service of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and Chester County Hospital combines the extensive resources of both hospitals to care for the emergency and special needs of children.
This joint program with The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia offers special care to newborn babies who are born prematurely, experience respiratory problems at birth, or may require additional observation and treatment due to complications.
The Pediatric Day Surgery Program at the Chester County Hospital provides advanced outpatient surgical procedures performed by specially trained doctors and nurses utilizing techniques and equipment specifically designed to meet the special needs of children.
Our experts are skilled in treating all manner of childhood allergies and disorders of the immune system.
Our pediatric dentists can help with all kinds of tooth and oral health issues that affect children from infancy through adolescence.
Accidents happen and children get sick all the time, usually on the weekends or in the middle of the night. When that happens, turn to Chester County Hospital, where pediatricians from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia are available in the Emergency Department to provide child-friendly care for your little one.