CHOP Opens Second Hospital in King of Prussia

The Middleman Family Pavilion offers greater access to Delaware Valley families
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Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia opened a second hospital in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, called the Middleman Family Pavilion, today. The new hospital gives local families in the Delaware Valley greater and easier access to CHOP’s top-ranked pediatric specialists.

“Since our founding in 1855, a key component of CHOP’s mission has been ensuring that our patients have access to high-quality, convenient care,” Madeline Bell, president and CEO of CHOP, said in a press release.  “And now, with the opening of our second inpatient hospital, the Middleman Family Pavilion, we aim to provide families in the region with a full range of best-in-class pediatric services, in a comfortable and convenient setting, close to home.”

Chop Emergency Dept

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The hospital’s Madlyn K. Abramson Emergency Department is the first 24/7 pediatric emergency department in the area. It is connected to CHOP’s existing Specialty and Urgent Care Center in King of Prussia. According to the press release, the emergency department has “child life specialists, pediatric behavioral health providers and advanced telemedicine consultation.”

Doctors and nurses will split time between the Philadelphia and King of Prussia hospitals to bring the nationally-ranked care for children to both locations.

The hospital is conveniently located, at the intersection of I-476, the Schuylkill Expressway, and routes 422 and 202, and has 600 free parking spaces for easy visiting.

Chop Playroom

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Additional amenities include single-patient rooms with dedicated sleeping areas for caregivers, a café and playrooms on every floor.

Learn more about the new King of Prussia hospital on CHOP’s website.

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