Since its founding in 1990, Crozer-Keystone Health System has committed itself to addressing the health related issues and concerns faced by Delaware County’s 550,000 residents. The employees of Crozer-Keystone believe that all residents of Delaware County should have the opportunity to live healthier lives at every stage of life, no matter what their background or zip code.
Guided by the results of biennial community health needs assessments, Crozer-Keystone identifies high-priority issues to address and listed below are our current community areas of focus addressing the needs of Delaware County. Additional programs can be found within the focus areas.
Foster G. McGaw
Crozer-Keystone Health System Receives Prestigious $100,000 Foster G. McGaw Prize for Excellence in Community Service
Crozer-Keystone was awarded the Foster G. McGaw Prize in recognition of its community-serving programs to improve the lives of the most vulnerable members of Delaware County. The Foster G. McGaw Prize, one of the most esteemed community service honors in healthcare, is sponsored by The Baxter International Foundation, and the American Hospital Association (AHA) and Health Research & Educational Trust. More>
Women and Children's Health Services Wins Five-Year Multimillion Dollar Grant from Health and Human Services for Healthy Start
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) awarded a five-year Level 2 Collective Impact grant to Crozer-Keystone Health System that provides full funding for its Healthy Start program through May 31, 2019. More>
“I grew up in this community and have worked for Crozer-Keystone for over 34 years, and I have done so in large part because of this system’s passion about the health of the community. The work we do is not always easy. But our many programs are possible only because of the leadership and commitment of our Board of Directors and senior leadership team. Although the work can be difficult, the mission is simple to us because it is who we are.” - Gwen Smith, vice president, Community Health Education, and president of Springfield Hospital.