Phase 2 of campus revitalization now underway
March 27, 2018 (Cherry Hill, NJ) – For more than 50 years, the now-closed Medical Office Building at Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital (2204 Chapel Avenue West) served area patients with an array of medical services. The tear-down of the two-story, hexagon building is now underway and is expected to be completed in early April. It is the first step in making way for a new seven-story Patient Tower at the hospital. The original medical office building, which opened in 1960, was recently replaced by a new 102,000 square-foot facility, located within the new Hospital Atrium Lobby.
The new Medical Office Building features several physician practices, including Kennedy Health Alliance Surgical & Specialty Care; Rehabilitation Services (PT, OT and Speech Therapy); a Sleep & Balance Center; a Wound Care Center, and the 22,000-square foot outpatient Jefferson Surgery Center – Cherry Hill. Construction of the new Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital Patient Tower, which will feature 90 private patient rooms, is slated to begin in April and will take approximately two years to complete.