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COVID-19 or if you live in or have

This project will support the
health system's growth in specialty
care, including WellSpan York
Hospital's Comprehensive Stroke
Center - a designation held by just
4 percent of hospitals nationwide
and one of only two in central
Pennsylvania. Here, care teams
coordinate with four other Primary
Stroke Centers across WellSpan to
offer expertise in stroke treatment.
As a result of the hospital's
ongoing expansion, which has been
underway for the past several years,
WellSpan York Hospital now boasts:

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Centers in the region.
* One of the region's most advanced
interventional heart and vascular suites.
* A state-of-the-art Emergency Department.

* The largest Level 3 neonatal
intensive care unit (NICU) in
the region.

WellSpan York Hospital is considered a high
performer by U.S. News & World Report, in
neurology and neurosurgery, heart failure, and
colon cancer surgery, to name a few.

* One of only two Level 1
Regional Resource Trauma

That reputation is why the hospital is
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community, according to Roxanna L. Gapstur,
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"We are grateful for the trust our community
has placed in WellSpan York Hospital," Gapstur
said. "And we will continue to work toward
making southcentral Pennsylvania a healthier
place for all of us to live, work and play."
For more about the expansion and for project
updates, visit WellSpan.org/YorkFuture.
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