ChristianaCare to Purchase Former Jennersville Hospital

After announcing its intent to purchase the closed facility back in February, ChristianaCare is moving forward with the business deal.

By HFT Staff
July 8, 2022

ChristianaCare and Tower Health announced in June that ChristianaCare will buy the former Jennersville Hospital location in West Grove, Pennsylvania from Tower Health. The purchase will include the hospital and Tower Health’s interest in two office buildings and an additional 24-acre parcel of land. 

The new name for the campus will be ChristianaCare West Grove Campus. 

Jennersville Hospital has been closed since Dec. 31, 2021. The acquisition does not include any personnel or practices that are operating. 

Planning for which services might be located on the Jennersville campus is in the early stages. 

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