Chestnut Hill Hospital

Stats & Services

General Information

Operated by: Corporation
Hospital type: General medical and surgical
Number of Beds: 135
Parent system: Community Health Systems, Inc.

Statistics

Admissions: 6,694
Inpatient surgeries: 2,097
Outpatient visits: 86,108
Emergency room visits: 30,975
Births: 0
Number of Beds: 135

Services Provided

Inpatient

  • End-of-life services (Pain management and Palliative care)
  • Hospitalists
  • Infection isolation room
  • Cancer services

Outpatient

  • Bariatric/weight control services
  • Breast cancer screening/mammograms
  • Chemotherapy
  • Geriatric services
  • Kidney dialysis
  • Chemotherapy
  • Physical rehabilitation
  • Sleep center
  • Sports medicine
  • Women's health center
  • Wound management services

Patient/Family Support Services

  • Help with government services
  • Chaplaincy/pastoral care services
  • Cancer services
  • Patient support groups
  • Patient representative/ombusdman

Community Outreach

  • Health fairs
  • Health screenings

Imaging Services (Diagnostic and Therapeutic)

  • CT scanner
  • Diagnostic radioisotope facility
  • Electron beam CT
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
  • Multislice spiral CT
  • Ultrasound

* At another location in healthcare system or through arrangement with another provider.

Employed Staff

Full Time

Physicians and dentists*: 22
Registered nurses: 126
Licensed practical nurses: 0
Faculty Personnel: NA

Part Time

Physicians and dentists*: 4
Registered nurses: 109
Licensed practical nurses: 0
Faculty Personnel: NA

* At many hospitals, physicians and dentists are not on staff. They are paid as faculty by a medical school or through other arrangements

This information was provided by the American Hospital Association. Find out more about AHA data products at www.ahadata.com.

Data last updated July 2013


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