Crozer Keystone Health System

About Crozer Keystone Health System

Crozer-Keystone Health System is the leading health care provider and employer in Delaware County, located southwest of Philadelphia. The health system was formed in 1990 and consists of four acute care hospitals, several large outpatient centers, the Crozer-Keystone Health Network and the Healthplex Sports Club.
The health system is part of Prospect Medical Holdings, Inc., an innovative national healthcare company that owns and operates 20 hospitals and more than 165 clinics and outpatient centers across the United States.
Crozer-Keystone provides a full spectrum of wellness, prevention, acute care, rehabilitation and restorative care to its community. The health system’s comprehensive services include a Level 2 trauma center; a regional burn center; four emergency departments and two urgent care centers; three regional cancer centers; a kidney transplant center; comprehensive maternity services, including intensive care nurseries, maternal fetal medicine and a fertility center; advanced cardiovascular care services, including cardiac surgery, vascular surgery and interventional cardiology services; orthopedic, sports medicine and physical medicine and rehabilitation services; senior health services; home care and hospice services, including an inpatient hospice unit; a bariatric surgery program; medical imaging services; sleep disorders centers; wound care centers; and much more.
Crozer-Keystone’s 6,000-employee workforce consists of more than 1,225 nurses and 1,050 physicians, including more than 375 physicians who are part of the Crozer-Keystone Health Network. The health system’s hospitals have nearly 34,000 admissions and observations each year, as well as approximately 2,500 births, 29,000 surgeries, 125,000 emergency department visits, 80,000 home care visits, 360,000 radiology tests and much more.
Crozer-Keystone is a leader in community health, providing services and programs that meet the medical and social needs of thousands of Delaware County residents each year. In 2013, the health system earned one of the nation’s top honors, the Foster G. McGaw Award for Excellence in Community Service.
Crozer-Keystone is dedicated to being a High Reliability Organization and has earned numerous awards and recognitions for its commitment to excellent care by VHA, the Joint Commission, the American College of Cardiology, the Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania and more.
The health system is also a leader in population health. All of its primary care practices are patient-centered medical homes, and the system operates an innovative “super-utilizer” fellowship.
Crozer-Keystone educates hundreds of future health care providers annually through six allied health schools, eight residency programs and two fellowship programs.
The health system is a leader in information technology, and was named a “Most Wired” health system by Hospitals and Health Networks magazine for 13 straight years.


Biomedical Engineering Technician

September 2018 Chester, PA
“I was very interested in the equipment that I was able to work on or repair. I also loved being able to work with people in the hospital and the environment that I was able to work with and the help they gave me. The motto they used was "The device is already broken, you can't break it more so learn everything you can from it".”

Patient Care Technician

June 2019 Chester, PA
“flexible hours and great experience”
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