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Springfield Cancer Program, Springfield, Pennsylvania

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190 West Sproul Road
Springfield, PA 19064
610-328-8700
610-328-8725 TDD

Founded in 1960 as Tri-County Hospital and later renamed Metropolitan Hospital, Springfield Hospital today is a 24-bed not-for-profit community hospital that provides comprehensive acute-care services and wellness care. The hospital is connected to the pavilions that house CKHS’s corporate offices and the Healthplex® Sports Club.

Each year, Springfield Hospital admits more than 1,700 patients and receives more than 11,000 Emergency Department visits. In 2008, Springfield Hospital opened a new Emergency Department with features such as private rooms and wireless bedside registration. The Hospital earned a 2008 VHA Leadership Award for Clinical Excellence, making it one of only 49 hospitals nationwide to be honored for meeting or exceeding national performance standards for the prevention of ventilator-associated pneumonia.

Other Featured services:

  • Emergency Department
  • Critical Care Unit
  • The Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery, featuring the da Vinci Surgical System
  • Center for Diabetes
  • Cardiac services, including cardiac rehabilitation
  • Diagnostic Imaging Center, including Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography (PET/CT) imaging
  • Fox Chase Crozer-Keystone Cancer Partnership
  • Crozer-Keystone Human Motion Institute at Springfield Hospital, offering orthopedic, rehabilitation and sports medicine services
  • Moore Eye Institute
  • Healthplex Sports Medicine Institute
  • Pain Management Center at Springfield Hospital
  • Center for Preventive Medicine, a Center for Occupational Health and a designated United States Olympic Committee Sports Science and Technology National Network Site

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