Jefferson Hospital is a tertiary care, university teaching hospital. The Hospital serves the patient and hospital community across the entire healthcare continuum and considers the needs for the individual in relationship to their individual level of development. Clinical services are divided into six divisions: perioperative services, medical/surgical, rehabilitation, women and children, critical care services and the Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience.
Perioperative Services includes:
Thirty-one Operating Rooms, which provide surgical intervention for a variety of specialties for all age ranges. Ambulatory Procedure/Same Day Admission Unit, which encompasses 37 cubicles where pre- and postoperative care is provided to ambulatory patients undergoing same-day short procedures. Endoscopy Suite (6 suites).
Post-Anesthesia Care Unit.
Critical Care Services includes:
Pulmonary Care Services, providing respiratory care and pulmonary function testing as well as bronchoscopies.
Emergency Department, which is a Level 1 Trauma Center with 27 treatment areas/beds and a seclusion room. Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit with 14 beds for adolescent, adult and geriatric critical care patients.
A 17-bed Intermediate Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit.
A 13-bed Acute Stroke Unit for adolescent, adult or geriatric patients with cerebral vascular accidents or neurosensory disorders.
An 8-bed Surgical Intensive Care Unit.
A 17-bed Intermediate Surgical Intensive Care Unit.
A 9-bed Surgical Cardiac Care Unit.
A 9-bed Medical Cardiac Care Unit.
Three Intermediate Cardiac Care Units, comprising a total of 77 beds with bedside hardwire monitoring and continuous telemetry capability.
An 8-bed Medical Respiratory Intensive Care Unit.
A 5-bed Intermediate Medical Respiratory Intensive Care Unit
A 13-bed Bone Marrow Transplant Unit.
A 34-bed Medical/Telemetry Unit.
Specialty Services Units for:
Psychiatry (16 beds and 2 seclusion rooms)
Geriatric psychiatry (20 beds including an 8-bed secured unit)
Women and children (31 beds for new mothers and infants, an 18-bed high-risk maternity unit, 32 bassinets, 13-bed pediatric unit, 8-bed chronic care unit for neonates, infants and pediatric patients, 24 monitored beds for neonatal intensive care, 16-bed transitional nursery, 15-bed delivery area)
Star Pavilion (18 beds) for adolescent, adult and geriatric post-surgery patients.
10 Thompson (13 beds) for migraine headache, neurology and neurosurgery patients.
9 Pavilion (13 beds), 9 Thompson (13 beds) and 9 West (39 beds) for adolescent, adult and geriatric patients with orthopedic, spinal cord or trauma injuries.
9 Center (16 beds), for neurology, otolaryngology and neurosurgical patients.
Epilepsy Care Unit (6 beds)
7 Northeast (25 beds) for transplant, urology, renal failure and surgery patients.
7 Center (23 beds) for medical, general surgery and trauma adult and geriatric patients.
7 West (30 beds) for oncology, gynecology and general surgery patients.
3 East (29 beds), 3 Center (25 beds) and 3 West (34 beds) for general medical and oncology patients.
3 Rehab (26 beds) for physical rehabilitation.
Ambulatory Services include:
Bodine Infusion Unit (18 beds) for outpatient medical services in oncology, hematology and neurology/headache.
Jefferson Surgical Center (4 ambulatory operating rooms)
Urodynamic Testing Center
Prostatron Center for clinical thermal interventions.
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