NES Health commences EM services at Suburban Community Hospital in Norristown, PA

[February 22, 2024] — NES Health, a leading provider of comprehensive emergency and hospitalist medicine services, is excited to announce its new partnership with Suburban Community Hospital, in Norristown, Pennsylvania, starting February 22, 2024 to provide Emergency Medicine (EM) services. This partnership extends NES Health’s footprint in Southeastern Pennsylvania complementing NES Health’s existing services in the region.

Dr. Jose Aguirre, CEO of NES Health, expresses his excitement for this collaboration, stating, “We’re thrilled about our new partnership with Suburban Community Hospital. The appointment of our talented Site Medical Director, Dr. Robert Lucas, reflects our commitment to delivering high-quality healthcare. Their exceptional leadership skills and deep dedication to patient care are the backbone of these programs.” 

This partnership signifies not only the growth of NES Health and Suburban Community Hospital, but also their commitment to transforming healthcare delivery and patient outcomes in the region. 

About NES Health — At NES Health, we are dedicated to transforming healthcare management through our specialized services. Our commitment extends across Hospital Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care and Post Acute Care Contract Management, ensuring our partners receive comprehensive support tailored to their unique needs. With a focus on quality care, operational efficiency, and positive patient outcomes, we partner with healthcare systems to navigate the complexities of healthcare delivery.

About Suburban Community 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).