An artist rendering designed in pastel colors shows the front of a three-story building with glass lined walls filling the frame, with simple green trees to either side of the building in the foreground and several cars and people passing in front at the center. The building has a blue logo at the top of the building in the center, which says Penn State Health Hampden Medical Center.

The health care the West Shore deserves, closer to home.

Penn State Health Hampden Medical Center will bring Penn State Health-caliber acute inpatient medical services to communities in Cumberland, Perry and York counties. The site will include a 108-bed hospital and an attached outpatient medical office building.

Location: 2200 Good Hope Road, Enola, Pa., 17025

Intersection of Wertzville and Good Hope roads, Hampden Township

Groundbreaking: March 29, 2019

Open to patients: Summer 2021

Inpatient Services: Adult acute care hospital services, including Emergency Medicine and Labor and Delivery, provided by community-based and Penn State Health physicians held to Penn State Health quality standards

Outpatient Services: Women’s Health, Radiation Oncology, Lab, Imaging Services, Surgery, and Non-Invasive Diagnostic Cardiology

Community-conscious building design: Facility will be built into the landscape to take full advantage of the natural surroundings and minimize impact to the area’s noise, light and sightline standards.

This new, acute care facility will play a fundamental role in helping achieve Penn State Health’s long-term goal of ensuring that everyone in the communities we serve is within 10 minutes of our primary care providers, 20 minutes of our specialty care services and 30 minutes of a Penn State Health acute care hospital.

Hampden Medical Center will help ensure residents of these communities have access, quality and choice of care as close to home as possible. 

Images

An artist’s rendering in pastel colors shows an aerial view of Hampden Medical Center, looking from the rear of the property south toward Wertzville Road. Good Hope Road runs to the right or west of the hospital rendering, and Interstate 81 is shown along the left or east of the hospital. Empty parking lots planned at the site show to the bottom, right and top of the building, while many deciduous and evergreen trees encircle the site. A large retention pond can be seen to the south of the hospital between the parking lot and Wertzville Road.
An artist’s rendering in pastel colors shows a close-up of the front of the Hampden Medical Center. Glass windows along three stories with a white overhang from the second story reflect sunlight and clouds in a blue sky above, as eight people by themselves or in pairs and a yellow car pass below. Some low, green ornamental vegetation appears in the foreground.