Main Line Health the Latest Healthcare Provider to Settle in Glen Mills


An artist's rendering of the new Main Line Health center in Glen Mills.

Main-Line-Health-LogoIts proximity to the state’s border has always been good for Glen Mills, as it has become a mecca for Pennsylvania healthcare companies trying to entice patients from Delaware, writes Melissa Jacobs for the Delaware Business Times.

Crozer-Keystone, CHOP, and The Rothman Institute, three of Pennsylvania’s largest healthcare networks, are already ensconced in Glen Mills. The rise of Glen Mills as a hotbed for healthcare providers started in October 2015 with the opening of CHOP Care Network Brandywine Valley Specialty Care and Ambulatory Surgery Center.

Main Line Health is now planning to join the party with its $47 million, 131,500-square-foot center, which is expected to open in December.

The new complex includes a fitness and wellness center spanning more than 50,000 square feet, an urgent care clinic, Bryn Mawr Rehab therapy, and imaging services. It also has offices for primary care physicians as well as cardiologists, gynecologists, and other specialists.

According to Lydia Hammer, Main Line Health’s Senior Vice President of Marketing and Business Development, the reason Main Line Health is investing so much in Glen Mills is the company’s interest in the people who live and work in northern Delaware.

“It is not our intention to open in the state of Delaware,” she said. “But we’d love to have those patients.”

Read more about the influx of healthcare providers in the Delaware Business Times by clicking here.

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