Speech Translating CHOP's Complex Pediatric Care to a Community Hospital Setting

Translating CHOP’s Complex Pediatric Care to a Community Hospital Setting

Join ECG’s Rich Clough, Jesse Balok and other guest speakers at HFSE as they discuss how Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) opened a second hospital by changing their care delivery model.

After 166 years caring for complex pediatric patients, CHOP set a course to open their second hospital in King of Prussia, officially named the Middleman Family Pavilion. This second hospital required CHOP to transform their care delivery model from a world-class pediatric trauma center and teaching environment into a community hospital setting. The facility design of the Middleman Family Pavilion created intentional ties between the two hospital campuses, requiring key services such as patient transport, materials management, physician specialty consults, and others to reimagine how they could deliver care within two hospitals. The operational planning required detailed design of the facility, technology, reporting relationships, and staffing model.

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Panel Discussion:

Jesse Balok
Principal, ECG

Rich Clough
Senior Manager, ECG

Allison Ballantine, MD
Chief Medical Officer, Middleman Family Pavilion, Children’s Hospital
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Edward Hernandez
Principal, Co-Founder, Covalus

Stacey Kenney
Senior Transition Planner, Covalus