Delaware County Memorial Hospital is recognized for its wide spectrum of acute and specialty services. Established in 1927, the not-for-profit hospital features a Level II-A Neonatal Intensive Care Nursery, a Center for Breast Health honored by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers, along with many other services. It is certified by The Joint Commission as a primary stroke center, in hip and knee surgery, and for its breast cancer care.
The hospital provides other notable services, including a Wound Healing and Hyberbaric Medicine center, an Emergency Department with a 14-bed Critical Intensive Care Unit, a comprehensive Maternity Center and a full range of musculoskeletal services.
The not-for-profit hospital is a founding member of the Crozer-Keystone Health System, a community-focused health care system dedicated to providing high-quality, cost-effective patient care and educating both current and future physicians and caregivers. The system comprises five hospitals, several outpatient centers and a sports club. It is the largest health care provider in Delaware County.
In 2006, Delaware County Memorial Hospital partnered with Philadelphia CyberKnife, which was the first provider of CyberKnife treatment in the Philadelphia area. We are so proud to be affiliated with such an accomplished hospital! For more information on Delaware County Memorial Hospital, click here.