At Suburban, your health and safety are our very highest priorities. We are ready to care for you and your family. Learn how we are keeping you safe and protected so that you can get the care you need.
Suburban Hospital is a designated regional trauma center, a certified primary stroke center, and is recognized for excellence in many areas, including nursing, cardiac care, orthopedics and joint replacement surgery, neurosciences and oncology. The hospital’s affiliation with many local healthcare organizations and its close proximity to the National Institutes of Health helps ensure that our patients have access to the best care available.
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We Care For You
At Suburban Hospital, we pride ourselves on providing world-class care in a local, community setting. No matter what heath concern brings you here, you'll get the quality of care that comes with a large medical center, while enjoying the personal attention you have come to expect from us.
Jessica's Story: Overcoming Addiction
With the help of our Addiction Treatment Center, Jessica overcame her substance abuse problems and found a new calling in life.
Sara's Story: Complex Scoliosis
The expertise of the spine care team and the technology available at Suburban, made it possible for Sara to get her scoliosis under control and improve comfort.
Rodney's Story: From Heart Attack to Boston Marathon
Ten years after his heart attack, Rodney is revisiting his experience with the Suburban's emergency department and the cardiac rehabilitation team, sharing his progress and gratitude.
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