WellSpan Health Enters Agreement with Emerus to Build Three New Hospitals

The three new hospitals will be located in Cumberland and York counties in Pennsylvania.

By HFT Staff


WellSpan Health has entered into an agreement with Emerus to build three new hospitals that will provide expanded access to inpatient care in Cumberland and York Counties. Neighborhood hospitals provide an innovative approach to caring for communities by putting the care patients need closer to where they live. These facilities will operate 24/7 with an emergency department and up to 10 inpatient beds. 

The hospitals are being designed to enhance the patient experience with convenience and access at the forefront. Each will be fully licensed and WellSpan branded. The facilities will be operated and staffed by Emerus, but fully integrated with WellSpan systems, including the MyWellSpan patient portal. 

A groundbreaking for the first of the three neighborhood hospitals is tentatively scheduled to occur by the end of 2023 and potential grand opening by the end of 2024. Specific details regarding the three sites, including location and services for each are still being finalized. 



May 18, 2023


Topic Area: Construction


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