What does a community hospital owe its community? A place to get well and to stay well, now and 30 years from now. Thoroughly new, thoroughly human—it’s how we're planning for the next generation.
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When the new Patient Pavilion opens in 2019, the new 256,000-square-foot space will offer patients and families a more spacious, enhanced design that is focused on patient comfort. The new pavilion boasts a new labor and delivery unit, maternity, new critical care units as well as 12 new fully equipped state-of-the-art operating rooms.
As a member of the community you may have questions about our new pavilion and other improvements to the Bryn Mawr Hospital campus. Here are some answers to our most frequently asked questions.
Since its founding in 1893, the hospital has been sustained by the generosity and good stewardship of the community. The gifts of friends and grateful patients fund many core programs and services that patient revenue alone cannot support.
The hospital has been caring for generations of families for 125 years and answered the needs of the community by building new labor and delivery suites, a new maternity unit, and a brand new level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), opening in early 2019.
To meet the demands of our expanding orthopedics program and designed with the orthopedic patient in mind, the new pavilion will feature spacious, all private rooms and an on-site gym to help patients begin rehab soon after surgery.
With 12 new surgical facilities, Bryn Mawr Hospital is positioned to provide the latest surgical care now and for years to come with a high-tech, high-touch care environment with family-focused health care front of mind.
Since Bryn Mawr Hospital opened its doors in 1893, we've worked diligently to be a good neighbor and employer while carrying out our mission to provide superior health care to the communities we serve in an inclusive and respectful environment.
Our new Patient Pavilion will enable us to care for our community in an improved environment that supports superior care delivery and meets a higher level of patient experience expectations. With these changes, we are redoubling our commitment to providing a safe, timely, more efficient, effective, equitable and patient-centered experience for everyone we serve.
Andrea F. Gilbert