Philadelphia children's hospital expanding ambulatory care network

August 1, 2014
Ewing Cole

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is expanding its network of ambulatory care centers with a new, freestanding Specialty Care Center in King of Prussia, Pa. The 145,000–square-foot project collocates existing specialty care practices and expands regional ambulatory care and surgery services, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website. The goal of the building design was to create an environment that children and teenagers would find fresh and interesting, even on recurring visits, the article said.

Read the article.


See the latest posts on our homepage


Topic Area: Architecture

Recent Posts
Recent Posts

Georgia Reopens Temporary Hospital in Atlanta To Deal With Covid Surge

The Georgia World Congress Center facility has a 120-bed capacity


Use Of Domestic Medical Suppliers More Expensive

Johns Hopkins VP says 40-cent surgical gowns now cost $9


Using Resources Wisely During COVID-19:

Waste and recycling options for healthcare facilities


Inspection After First Covid Case Finds Va. Hospital Staffers Failed To Clean Hands And Equipment

A state inspector cited the issues at Maryview Medical Center in Portsmouth during an unannounced visit this spring


Blog / Focus: Energy Efficiency

Spending On Energy Efficiency Means Improving Patient Care

Running a hospital means taking the reins on your energy output by making smart energy-saving investments


Post Comment


News & Updates • Webcast Alerts • Building Technologies

All fields are required.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.