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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccination

Jefferson Health started a phased roll out of the COVID-19 vaccine for our most at-risk patients, above age 65. Due to the limited vaccines that are available, we are distributing this vaccine in the most equitable way and in accordance with Department of Health and CDC guidelines.

We understand that it may be a challenge to find an appointment. Even if you are eligible to receive a vaccine at this time, based on Department of Health guidance, we are limited by the vaccine supply we receive from the state. As we receive more vaccine, we will expand eligibility and our available appointments.

Visit JeffersonHealth.org/VaccineInfo for the latest information on our vaccine process and to check for vaccine availability

NICU Isolette

New Isolette Enables Air and Ground Transportation for Community's Smallest Babies Transferring to Abington Hospital

Abington Hospital – Jefferson Health’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) now has a special isolette that enables air or ground transportation for babies born from as young as 23 weeks gestation up to three months of age. - Read more

Donate Life

Commonly Asked Questions About Being an Organ Donor

Maybe you are considering registering to become an organ donor but still have a few questions, or, perhaps you are already a registered organ donor but are still curious. Todd Groeber, RN, a nursing supervisor at Abington – Jefferson Health, offers answers to some common questions about organ donation. – Read more

Spine Update with Jefferson Health

Jefferson Health Wellness Webinar Series – April 21, 2021

Join Jefferson Health neurosurgeons they discuss back pain, spine conditions, new treatments including minimally invasive surgery and the latest research. They’ll speak to the need to not delay treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic and answer your questions. - Learn more

BCS for Women who are High-Risk

Breast Cancer Surveillance for Women who are High Risk: The Importance of Early Screening and Detection – April 22, 2021

If you are at high-risk for breast cancer, there are steps you can take to proactively monitor your health, ensure early detection and reduce risk. Join our breast surgeons to learn about breast cancer surveillance for women who are high-risk and the importance of early screening and detection. – Learn more

COVID-19 Updates

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

During this unprecedented time, our administrators, physicians and staff are pivoting daily to keep up with the changes that the COVID-19 pandemic has presented. Please know we are committed to keeping up with the latest CDC guidelines to protect our staff and the community. We are so proud of our dedicated staff members and physicians who continue to be committed to improving lives as we endure this health crisis.
– Read temporary changes to our visitation policy
– Read about how we're keeping our patients safe

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