Crozer-Chester Medical Center (Crozer) is a 424-bed not-for-profit tertiary-care teaching hospital located on a beautiful 68-acre campus. Crozer was established in 1963 through the merger of Chester Hospital (c. 1893) and Crozer Hospital (c. 1902), and became one of the founding hospitals of CKHS in 1990. Today, the medical center admits more than 22,000 patients, treats approximately 52,000 Emergency Department patients, completes more than 9,500 surgeries and delivers about 2,000 babies a year.
Digital Patient Guide
Find information about Crozer-Chester Medical Center in this convenient digital guide. You will find information about your stay as an inpatient, your rights and responsibilities, discharge and financial information, ways to give, even a word game and Sudoku. Please click on the image below to access Crozer-Chester Medical Center's digital Patient Guide.