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Crozer Changes Names, Locations in Some Nursing Units

On June 4, 2012, changes took effect in several Crozer-Chester Medical Center nursing units, including new names, locations and phone numbers.

These changes are part of Crozer’s continued plan to maximize resources to provide the most efficient, coordinated care for our patients. As part of this plan, each of these units will feature private rooms, which has proven to enhance patient satisfaction.

The grid below details the changes and new information.

Current Unit New Location New Name New Room Numbers New Phone Numbers
1 West (1 North will be consolidated with 1 West) 1 West 1 West Med/Surg 1200-1224

Main: 15-2122

Fax: 15-2128

Shock Trauma Unit 4 NE (Old Cardiovascular Unit) Surgical Trauma Unit 4601-4608

Main: 15-6465

Fax: 15-6634

Cardiovascular Unit (MICU will be consolidated with CVU in 4SE) 4 SE (Old Shock Trauma Unit) Intensive Care Unit 4001-4015

Main: 15-6475

Fax: 15-6481

Medical Intensive Care Unit (will close and open only when Shock Trauma Unit capacity exceeds 8) Same Surgical Trauma Unit Annex 4101-4107

Main: 15-6600

Fax: 15-2040

1 North (will close and open only when 1 West Med/Surg is full and no other med/surg beds are open) Same Med/Surg Annex 1501-1509

Main: 15-7660

Fax: 15-7617


Rapid Response and Code 99

Please note that when Rapid Response or a Code is called, telephone operators will announce RR and Code 99 with the unit location and the new name. For example, a code in the Surgical Trauma unit will be announced as “Code 99 4 NE Surgical Trauma Unit,” and a code in the Intensive Care unit will be announced as “Code 99 4 SE Intensive Care Unit.”

Any questions related to these changes can be directed to Connie Sonder, administrative director of Nursing Services, at (610) 447-2397 (15-2397); Amie Thornton, chief operating officer, at (610) 447-2683 (15-2683); or Bob Haffey, chief nursing officer, at (610) 447-2792 (15-2792).

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