ChesPenn Health ServicesOutside Philadelphia, Pa.
"ChesPenn Health Services opened its fourth treatment site for low-income patients, the Center for Family Health at Upper Darby.... ChesPenn received $1.1 million under the stimulus package for the Upper Darby center. Covenant House of Philadelphia.... The Upper Darby center was established in a partnership between ChesPenn and the family medicine residency program at Crozer-Keystone Health System. The facility actually began seeing patients in June.... During its first year of operation, the center and its staff of 11 are projected to provide services to 2,065 patients. By the end of its second year, the number of patients is expected to grow to 3,375. By its third year, that number is estimated to reach 4,000." -- Philadelphia Business Journal, October 7, 2009
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