Level IV Trauma center accreditation granted to two additional hospitals in Pennsylvania

Tuesday, October 4, 2016 Hospital News J E 4

CAMP HILL, Pa., Oct. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Level IV Trauma Center Accreditation status has been granted to two additional hospitals in Pennsylvania starting November 1, 2016.

Guthrie Troy Community Hospital, Troy, PASt. Luke's Hospital – Quakertown Campus, Quakertown, PA

Effective November 1, 2016, this brings the total number of trauma centers in Pennsylvania to 38 comprised of the hospitals below:      

Combined Adult Level 1 /Pediatric Level I Trauma Centers

1. Hershey – Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center

Combined Adult Level 1/Pediatric Level II Trauma Centers

2. Allentown – Lehigh Valley Health Network – Cedar Crest Campus 3. Danville – Geisinger Medical Center

Adult Level I Trauma Centers

4. Bethlehem – St. Luke's University Hospital – Bethlehem Campus5. Johnstown – Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center6. Philadelphia – Einstein Medical Center7. Philadelphia – Hahnemann University Hospital8. Philadelphia – Temple University Hospital9. Philadelphia – Thomas Jefferson University Hospital10. Philadelphia – Penn Presbyterian Medical Center11. Pittsburgh – Allegheny General Hospital12. Pittsburgh -– The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center – Mercy13. Pittsburgh – The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center – Presbyterian14. York – York Hospital

Pediatric Level I Trauma Centers

15. Philadelphia – St. Christopher's Hospital for Children16. Philadelphia – The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia17. Pittsburgh – The Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

Adult Level II Trauma Centers

18. Abington – Abington Memorial Hospital19. Altoona – The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center - Altoona20. Erie – The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center - Hamot  21. Lancaster – Lancaster General Hospital22. Langhorne – St. Mary Medical Center23. Monroeville – Forbes Regional Hospital24. Paoli – Paoli Hospital25. Philadelphia – Aria Health - Torresdale Campus26. Reading – The Reading Hospital and Medical Center27. Sayre – Robert Packer Hospital28. Scranton – Geisinger Community Medical Center29. Upland – Crozer-Chester Medical Center30. Wilkes Barre – Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center 31. Wynnewood – Lankenau Medical Center

Level III Trauma Centers

32. East Stroudsburg – Pocono Medical Center  33. Meadville – Meadville Medical Center

Level IV Trauma Centers

34. Coaldale – St. Luke's University Hospital – Miners Campus35. Grove City – Grove City Medical Center36. Hazleton – Lehigh Valley Hospital – Hazleton 37. Quakertown – St. Luke's Hospital – Quakertown Campus (Effective November 1, 2016)38. Troy – Guthrie Troy Community Hospital (Effective November 1, 2016)

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SOURCE Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation



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