Penn State Health Cocoa Outpatient Center now open to patients
Penn State Health Cocoa Outpatient Center is now open to patients, providing them with improved access and convenience to several high-demand services.
Two internal medicine practices that were operating on the east and west side of the Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center campus, as well as adult endocrinology and nephrology, which were located at the University Physician Center, have moved to the Cocoa Outpatient Center.
Moving these services off campus provides easier access and more accessible parking for patients. The move allows Penn State Health to create additional capacity for pediatric specialties on the Hershey campus. It also frees up more space for services remaining in the University Physician Center – including pulmonology, audiology and ear, nose and throat – to expand and treat more patients.
Penn State Health Cocoa Outpatient Center is in the same complex as Penn State Health Medical Group – Cocoa. The space is also close to Penn State Health Medical Group – Fishburn and within less than a half-mile of the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center campus.
Construction for Penn State Health Cocoa Outpatient Center began in early 2020.
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