ER Wait Time: 28 minutes | If you are having a medical emergency, call 9-1-1.

Exceptional care. Every patient. Every day.

Exceptional care. Every patient. Every day.

Our digital imaging technology allows doctors to access test results immediately, so treatment can begin more quickly.

we offer a range of orthopedic services to help get you back to the life you enjoy – from injury prevention and recovery to total joint replacement and rehabilitation.

Proving comprehensive diagnostic and interventional services.

Our highly trained staff can provide care for everything from cuts and broken bones to life-threatening conditions such as heart attack or stroke. We provide efficient, prompt, and compassionate care.

Diagnostic Imaging

Our digital imaging technology allows doctors to access test results immediately, so treatment can begin more quickly.

we offer a range of orthopedic services to help get you back to the life you enjoy – from injury prevention and recovery to total joint replacement and rehabilitation.

Proving comprehensive diagnostic and interventional services.

Emergency Services

Our highly trained staff can provide care for everything from cuts and broken bones to life-threatening conditions such as heart attack or stroke. We provide efficient, prompt, and compassionate care.

More than 78 Years of Care
Suburban Community Hospital has been delivering quality healthcare to Montgomery County and the surrounding region since 1944.

Welcome to Suburban Community Hospital

Suburban Community Hospital is a not-for-profit, acute care hospital, and a member of the Prime Healthcare Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity. For over 75 years, Suburban Community Hospital has been delivering quality healthcare to Montgomery County and the surrounding region. Located in East Norriton, Pennsylvania, the hospital was built in 1944 and originally named Riverview Hospital.

Suburban Community Hospital is an award-winning acute care hospital providing high-quality, compassionate care in a warm and welcoming environment. Operated by Prime Healthcare, the 126-bed acute care teaching hospital is Certified by The Joint Commission as a Primary Stroke Center and has won multiple awards through Healthgrades. As part of its award-winning stroke services, the hospital recently was awarded and accredited by the American College of Emergency Physicians for a Level 3 Geriatric Emergency Department Accreditation (GEDA).

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Patient Testimonials

So often we only ever hear about the bad stuff or the faults of something that is taking place in our community, but it is important to acknowledge the good.

I am happy to say my experience from the security guard, check-in, volunteers, waiting area, nurses, and even the selfie-station was phenomenal!! I cannot thank them enough!! My heart truly goes out to them for all the hard work they put into making my experience exceptional.

Jay. P.

My husband and I would like to thank Suburban Community Hospital for providing the opportunity for us to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

We would also like to commend the hospital staff on a job very well done. The organization of the event was exceptional. The staff was friendly, professional and efficient. We felt so welcome. Several staff actually thanked us for coming. We even enjoyed taking a selfie to share with our family.

Thank you again and kudos to the hospital for a job well done!

Carol and Paul W.

On June 3rd, a patient walked into our Emergency Department with mild symptoms of COVID-19. He was admitted to the hospital and unfortunately his condition deteriorated. He was placed in our ICU and intubated. For many weeks, our clinical team was not sure he was going to make it. Our clinical team fought hard and the patient fought too. He was eventually successfully extubated and began a long road to recovery. He was discharged from our hospital on October 5th – 4 months later.

On the day of the patient’s discharge, many of our hospital staff gathered in our front lobby to cheer for the patient and his wife as they left. It was truly one of the most beautiful moments that I have ever witnessed.

Kristen Piano

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