Penn State Health is expanding pediatric specialty care of Penn State Children’s Hospital to Lancaster County with the construction of a 47,000-square-foot pediatric outpatient center. The new facility – Penn State Health Lancaster Pediatric Center – will be located at the intersection of Harrisburg Pike and Rt. 30 in Manheim Township, the site of a former Toys “R” Us retail store.
Penn State Health Lancaster Pediatric Center will offer Lancaster County residents pediatric care in an environment designed for and dedicated to children, teens and their families. The new outpatient center will enhance access to pediatric specialty care for patients and families in Lancaster County and the surrounding area without having to travel outside of the county.
“Penn State Health is committed to bringing our primary and specialty care to where it’s convenient for our patients and their families,” said Steve Massini, CEO of Penn State Health. “Having a dedicated outpatient center for pediatrics in Lancaster will help reduce stress and travel time for those families that need this specialty care.”
Construction is expected to begin this spring. Penn State Health is partnering with High Construction Company on the new outpatient center, which is slated to open in spring 2022.