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Eagleville Hospital: Building for Tomorrow

Eagleville Hospital is a behavioral health organization dedicated to providing treatment to individuals suffering from addiction and mental illness. Originally established in 1909, the Hospital has a rich history of providing compassionate care to the most vulnerable within our community. We are proud to announce our transformative campus revitalization project that will provide our patients with a state-of-the-art physical environment combined with recognized, evidence-based clinical programming in co-occurring disorders. At the core of this project is a 122,000 square-foot patient care center that promotes engagement, recovery, and wellness.

Highlights of the patient services project include:

  • Interconnected patient care “neighborhoods” that encourage person-to-person interaction
  • State-of-the-art safety features included throughout the campus (Eagleville is one of the state’s first non-profit, co-occurring disorder treatment facilities to include these elements)
  • Welcoming common spaces that encourage healthy interactions and patient engagement
  • Viewing decks and open walkways overlooking the woodlands and meadows that comprise our natural 40-acre campus
  • Natural lighting throughout most of the interior spaces
  • A spacious wellness center featuring a gymnasium, exercise room, and designated areas for yoga, art, music, and other therapeutic activities
  • New dining facilities that are patient centric
  • Staff centers that allow for provider/patient collaboration and informal conversation
  • Integrated clinical and medical services directly centered around patient living quarters

Building stats:

  • 122,000 square feet
  • $50 million project
  • 3 two-story neighborhoods, each with 88 beds
  • Neighborhoods comprised of four, 22-bed units
  • Construction Manager: W. S. Cumby Construction, Springfield, Pa.