Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) recently opened its second inpatient hospital, located in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. The Middleman Family Pavilion at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, King of Prussia provides access to CHOP’s care and resources for more children in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
The 250,000-square-foot inpatient hospital, which is located on CHOP’s King of Prussia campus and connected to CHOP’s existing specialty and urgent care centers, includes:
- 52 spacious private inpatient rooms, consisting of a 36-bed medical surgical unit and a16-bed pediatric intensive care unit
- care for a broad range of pediatric specialties, including orthopedics, plastic surgery and ear, nose and throat
- an operating room suite consisting of up to four operating rooms, specializing in elective services requiring overnight stays
- comprehensive radiology services.
One highlight of the Middleman Pavilion is the Madlyn K. Abramson Emergency Department, the first dedicated 24/7 pediatric emergency department in the King of Prussia area. The department will include 20 beds equipped with the latest technology and most advanced diagnostic equipment. Patient families also will have access to vital, pediatric-specific support services, including child life specialists, pediatric behavioral health providers, and advanced telemedicine consultation.