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Safe Summer Resource Center

Welcome to Crozer-Keystone's Safe Summer Resource Center. This is your source for information about Crozer-Keystone's services, physicians and additional resources to help you and your family stay safe while you enjoy the best of the summer months.

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Summertime Safety Tips for Kids

Keeping Kids Safe from Common Summertime Injuries

While you're enjoying time with your kids this summer, you also want to be aware of summertime injuries and how to keep your kids safe. Emergency room physicians weigh in on the most common injuries. Learn about common pediatric injuries and how to prevent them.

Robert Noll, M.D., Discusses Common Pediatric Injuries

Robert Noll, M.D., Medical Director of Pediatric Hospitalists and Emergency Care at Crozer-Chester Medical Center, discusses common pediatric injuries and recommends ways for parents to keep their kids safe.

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 Playground Safety Tips

Tips for Staying Safe on the Playground

Make sure your trips to the playground with children this summer are fun from start to finish. Learn safety tips here>

Gregory Cuculino, M.D., Discusses Playground Safety Tips

From protecting your children from harmful sun rays to helping them keep well-hydrated, Gregory Cuculino, M.D., Chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Delaware County Memorial Hospital and Taylor Hospital offers helpful tips for parents to help keep their children safe this summer.

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Water Safety Tips for the Pool and the Beach

Play it Safe When in the Water This Summer

Taking these water safety precautions before you and your family go into the water, can go a long way to keeping you and your loved ones safe this summer. Read more>

Bruce Nisbet, M.D., Discusses Water Safety Tips

Before taking that plunge into the water this summer, you should be aware of water safety precautions. Bruce Nisbet, M.D., Chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Crozer-Chester Medical Center, offers good advice to stay safe in the water this summer. 

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Stay Safe: Don't Drive While Distracted 

Americans spend a lot of time in their cars. Because of that, many find themselves wanting to do other things - talk on the phone, eat - while driving. But "distracted driving" can have serious consequences. Learn more about distracted driving here.

Here's more safety information:

Healthy Hands = Germ Prevention

Bike Safety 

Fall Risk Safety

Garage Safety

Poison Safety

Summer Safety

Sun Safety

Emergency Care Guide

View Crozer's Emergency Care Guide to learn additional info about services, insurance policies and advance directives.