A 913-bed, 1.3-million-square-foot, modern facility in Newark, Delaware, Christiana Hospital provides a level of care only available in large-scale teaching hospitals. Christiana Hospital includes Delaware’s only Level I trauma center (as verified by the American College of Surgeons), which is prepared to handle the most extreme medical emergencies. In fact, it is the only Level I trauma center on the East Coast corridor between Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Christiana Hospital is also the only high risk delivering hospital in Delaware offering Level III neonatal intensive care. More than 7,200 babies are born at Christiana Hospital each year.
More than 1,400 physicians and surgeons are active members of Christiana Care’s Medical-Dental staff, and more than one in 10 of them have located at least part of their practices on the Christiana Hospital campus in two Medical Arts Pavilions adjoining the main hospital.
The Christiana Hospital campus also includes the Helen F. Graham Cancer Center.
Center for Heart & Vascular Health
The Center for Heart & Vascular Health in the Bank of America Pavilion at Christiana Hospital offers the latest advances in cardiology and cardiovascular surgery, cardiac rehabilitation and preventive medicine. Each year, the medical team at the Center for Heart & Vascular Health performs more than 1,000 open-heart surgical procedures, plus thousands of diagnostic and interventional procedures in our cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology labs. The Center for Heart and Vascular Health is involved in nearly 50 clinical trials each year.
John H. Ammon Medical Education Center
Adjacent to the Center for Heart & Vascular Health is the John H. Ammon Medical Education Center, which houses 13 classrooms, a 240-seat auditorium equipped with audio-visual and video-conferencing technology, a 7,000-square-foot medical library and a high-tech physician simulation lab that allows doctors and residents to train in a realistic, simulated hospital setting.
4755 Ogletown-Stanton Road, Newark, DE 19718 directions