Lancaster County families now have even greater access to specialty pediatric care close to home with the opening of the Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital -- Lancaster Outpatient practice site. The new practice site, at 2170 Noll Drive, Lancaster, off Rohrerstown Road near Stauffer’s of Kissel Hill, provides easy access to a full array of specialty services for children and adolescents in one convenient location.
Pediatric specialties previously provided at the outpatient practice site on Good Drive in Lancaster, including pediatric pulmonary, gastroenterology, rheumatology, nephrology, infectious disease and ventilator-dependent services, are now available at this new location just two miles way.
The new 3,800 square-foot practice site provides additional space for specialists with expertise in adolescent medicine, neurology, oncology, orthopaedics, and pediatric surgery. The Penn State Hershey Children’s Heart Group also will move from its current location at 217 Harrisburg Avenue to the new Noll Drive site in mid-March.
“Having all these services available in a single location allows our specialists to continue a more than 25-year history of caring for Lancaster County children right in their home communities while offering the extended expertise and resources of our Children’s Hospital based in Hershey,” said A. Craig Hillemeier, medical director at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital.
The Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital -- Lancaster Outpatient practice welcomes established and new patients. Appointments may be made by calling 717-435-1000.
Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital is the only children’s hospital in central Pennsylvania. Our physicians and nurses provide comprehensive support and specialized care to infants, children, and adolescents every day. With a focus on providing first-rate health care to all children, from those with complex heart disease to childhood cancers, the Children’s Hospital allows patients to receive the full spectrum of highest quality care close to their homes.
The Children’s Hospital includes the highest level neonatal intensive care unit, a leading pediatric intensive care unit and the only pediatric trauma center in the region.