Einstein Healthcare Taking Over King of Prussia Building Vacated by CHOP

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The Einstein Healthcare Network is slated to open a $5 million outpatient care center this summer in a King of Prussia building vacated by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, writes John George of the Philadelphia Business Journal.

CHOP left the site on Mall Boulevard after opening a $65 million, 135,000-square-foot specialty care center on Goddard Boulevard a few miles away.

Beth Duffy, chief operating officer of Einstein Medical Center Montgomery in East Norriton, told George that “the King of Prussia area provides a fair number of patients to our facility already, and we have two primary care practices that are already established in that area. We’ve heard from patients they would like some of the (specialty) services we provide at the hospital close to their home.”

Scheduled to open in July, the center will feature primary care and specialty services like orthopedics, obstetrics, and gynecology. The complex will also have a laboratory and radiology unit for diagnostic imaging.

The Philadelphia-based Einstein Healthcare Network already has a presence in Montgomery County, with MossRehab, Einstein Medical Center Elkins Park, and centers in Plymouth Meeting, Norristown, and Collegeville.

Click here to read more about the Einstein Healthcare Network coming to King of Prussia.

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