Crozer-Chester Medical Center is a 300-bed not-for-profit tertiary-care teaching hospital whose picturesque grounds cover 68 acres. Crozer-Chester Medical was established in 1963 with the merger of Chester Hospital (c. 1893) and Crozer Hospital (c. 1902), and became one of the founding hospitals of the Crozer-Keystone Health System in 1990. Today, the medical center admits nearly 20,000 patients, treats approximately 46,000 Emergency Department patients, and delivers about 2,000 babies a year.
Springfield Hospital founded in 1960 as Tri-County Hospital and later renamed Metropolitan Hospital, the modern-day Springfield Hospital is a 24-bed not-for-profit community hospital that provides comprehensive acute-care services and wellness care. Each year, Springfield Hospital admits more than 1,700 patients and receives more than 11,000 Emergency Department visits. Springfield Hospital is connected to the pavilions that house Crozer-Keystone's Corporate offices and the Healthplex® Sports Club.
Taylor Hospital (c. 1910) joined the Crozer-Keystone Health System in 1997. It is a 105-bed not-for-profit community hospital that offers a range of acute and specialized services. Each year, Taylor Hospital admits more than 7,600 patients and receives more than 28,000 Emergency Department visits.
Delaware County Memorial Hospital (DCMH) , one of the founding hospitals of the Crozer-Keystone Health System, is a 170-bed not-for-profit facility that offers a broad range of acute and specialized services. Established in 1927, DCMH currently admits over 16,000 patients, treats more than 38,000 Emergency Department patients, and delivers more than 1,600 babies each year.
For more information about these institutions and the Crozer-Keystone Health System, please see our website at http://www.crozerkeystone.org/.