Springfield Hospital-MEd Surge Womens Imaging Center
Crozer-Keystone Health System is expanding two of its Delaware County Hospitals at a cost of about 9 million dollars. The health system is nearly doubling the bed capacity at Springfield Hospital, to 46 from 25, to accommodate anticipated growth of inpatient admissions and patients in the medical centers intensive care and observation units. The anticipated growth, hospital officials said is due in part to the recruitment of additional primary care physicians. Such as its recent acquisition of Rose Tree Medical Associates, a 15 provider primary care practice with offices in Aston and Media to the systems network of doctors.
Gwen Smith, president of Springfield Hospital, said 5 million dollar project expansion will also include adding new clinical services, such as Cardiac, MRI, EEG and Interventional Radiology. Consolidating common services on the first floor, refurbishing the lobby and adding valet parking.