Thanks to a partnership between Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center (PMC) and Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), physicians from CHOP are onsite 24/7 at PMC to care for children of all ages.
- Pediatric emergency care and consultation
- Pediatric inpatient care
- Neonatal intensive care
- Newborn care
Parents and their children now have access to world-class pediatric healthcare right in their own community at PMC.
Through this partnership, CHOP physicians work closely with your child’s pediatrician and you. We are proud to partner in providing outstanding pediatric care close to home.
Pediatric Emergency Care at PMC
When your child needs to go to the Emergency Department, you want to know they'll receive outstanding, timely care delivered by a skilled clinical team. At the PMC Emergency Department, a CHOP pediatric hospitalist is located specifically in the Emergency Department every day from 2 p.m. – 10 p.m., during the hours when children visit most frequently.
Additionally, CHOP pediatricians are on-site at the hospital 24/7 to consult on any emergency cases involving infants, children and adolescents. CHOP pediatric hospitalists, who are board certified and specialize in caring for patients in the hospital work closely with PMC's Emergency Department team to provide care and consultation for children of all ages.
To further enhance the comfort and care of pediatric patients and their families, our state-of-the-art Emergency Department features an area specifically designated for infants, children and adolescents who require acute care.
Top-Rated Pediatric Care at the Top-Rated PMC
CHOP is perennially ranked at or near the top of the annual Best Children’s Hospitals rankings published by U.S. News & World Report. In U.S. News’ 2019-20 Honor Roll of the Best Children's Hospitals, CHOP was named No. 2 in the nation.
PMC has been recognized as a Best Regional Hospital in central New Jersey by U.S. News for four consecutive years, ranking among the top 10 hospitals in New Jersey, and the top 20 in the entire New York metropolitan region during each of those years.