Children's Hospital to build new center in King of Prussia

Posted: May 03, 2013

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia said Wednesday it will break ground this summer on a new specialty care center in King of Prussia, replacing one that opened in 1997.

The new center, in the Village at Valley Forge, will have 115,000 square feet, up from 70,000 square feet in two buildings at the existing site, CHOP said. Completion of the new center, which can be expanded to 195,000 square feet, is expected in early 2015.

CHOP currently offers 20 medical and surgical specialties in King of Prussia, including a sports medicine program, pediatric imaging center, and a day hospital for oncology patients.

The new center will have an ambulatory surgery center. CHOP already has such surgery centers in Chalfont, Exton, and Voorhees.


Contact Harold Brubaker at 215-854-4651 or hbrubaker@phillynews.com.

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