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Discover the ways Bryn Mawr Hospital is working to bring you more of the care you and your loved ones seek.
Located just outside Philadelphia, Bryn Mawr Hospital has been ranked one of the top hospitals in Pennsylvania. U.S. News & World Report has released its 2022–2023 Best Hospital rankings, and Bryn Mawr has been named one of the top 10 hospitals out of nearly 100 in the Philadelphia region. In the same rankings, Bryn Mawr Hospital is also among the top 20 hospitals out of more than 200 in Pennsylvania.
Bryn Mawr Hospital is rated as High Performing in orthopedics, back surgery (spinal fusion), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), colon cancer surgery, heart attack, heart failure, hip fracture, hip replacement, kidney failure, knee replacement, prostate cancer surgery and stroke. Bryn Mawr is also consistently recognized for our performance in treating commonly occurring conditions and medical procedures—so you can feel safe and assured with us.
Bryn Mawr Hospital offers a variety of specialty care from experts who believe in collaboration and compassion.
From diagnosis and throughout treatment, Main Line Health cancer specialists (oncologists) provide compassionate care for you and your loved ones through all stages of cancer treatment.
The obstetrician team at Main Line Health is here to help you through your pregnancy journey with more than 90 OB/GYN specialists working at locations in the Philadelphia region.
Orthopaedic doctors at Main Line Health treat simple to complex sports and accident-related injuries as well as the painful effects of many conditions that limit your mobility and cause pain. Find an orthopaedic surgeon near me.
Main Line Health is one of few community health systems offering state-of-the-art neurointervention care. Through our collaboration with the Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience, our Neurointervention Program is an accredited thrombectomy-capable stoke center.
Visiting our campus
Providing a safe environment for patients, visitors and staff is integral to our focus of delivering high-quality care. Main Line Health requires visitors to obtain a temporary visitor's badge from our Greeter Service Ambassadors located at the main entrance of our hospitals. A government-issued ID (state ID, driver's license, passport, etc.) is required to receive a visitor's badge.
Explore the resources below to learn more about how Bryn Mawr Hospital can help you and your loved ones.
Bryn Mawr Hospital
130 South Bryn Mawr Avenue
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
Get Directions from Google Maps
From the North: Take I-95 South. In Philadelphia, exit I-95 onto I-676/76 West. Stay on I-676/76 to I-476 South to Exit 13 (Villanova/St. Davids). At the light, take 30 East (Lancaster Avenue) for 2.25 miles. Make a right on Bryn Mawr Avenue and continue through one intersection. The hospital will be on your right.
From the South: Take I-95 North to I-476 North (Blue Route). Travel to Exit 13 (Villanova/St. David’s). At the light, take 30 East (Lancaster Avenue) for 2.25 miles. Make a right on Bryn Mawr Avenue and continue through one intersection. The hospital will be on your right.
From the East/West: Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike to the Valley Forge Interchange (Exit 326). Take I-76 East to I-476 South. Exit I-476 at Exit 13 (Villanova/St. Davids). At the light, take 30 East (Lancaster Avenue) for 2.25 miles. Make a right on Bryn Mawr Avenue. Remain on Bryn Mawr Avenue and continue through one intersection. The hospital will be on your right.
By bus or train:
By train: From Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station, Suburban Station or Market East Station, take SEPTA’s Regional Rail Paoli/Thorndale Line to Bryn Mawr. From the Bryn Mawr station, it’s a five-minute walk across Lancaster Avenue and two blocks on South Bryn Mawr Avenue to the Hospital. From stops along the length of U.S. Route 30 from Philadelphia to Paoli, it’s possible to catch the 105 bus; ask a SEPTA official or look for the sign marking the stop.
By subway and bus: Take the Market-Frankford Elevated line to the 69th Street terminal, and transfer to the 105 bus to Bryn Mawr. The 105 bus travels along Lancaster Avenue (US Route 30) from Paoli to Center City.
Visitors of the Emergency Department: Park at 130 South Bryn Mawr Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010.
Office Buildings: Park at 830 Old Lancaster Road, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010.
Parking garage, valet parking and metered lots are all available.
All oversized vehicles are directed to use the valet service at the Warden lobby. Old Lancaster Road Garages entries and exits are all 6' 7" including all annexes, entry and exits. Bryn Mawr Avenue Garage entry and exits are 6' 11".
Bryn Mawr Hospital spans 11 buildings, with the hospital divided into seven wings to help you find your way.
Parking garages are located at either end of the campus (buildings 8 and 9) and valet service is available at the main hospital entrance (building 1).
- Blue hallways: Used to navigate to destinations in the new pavilion.
- Green hallways: Used to navigate to destinations or access elevators in the existing hospital.
- Neutral/gray hallways: Used to identify areas that are not on the main circulation routes.
- Pavilion patient rooms—four digits (i.e., 2438-2450)
- Existing hospital patient rooms—three digits (i.e., 532 - 549)
New public elevator names
- Atrium elevator—Formerly Public elevator in the new pavilion
- Bryn Mawr elevator—Formerly A/C elevator
- Rotunda elevator—Formerly B Wing elevator
- Gerhard elevator—Formerly D Wing elevator
- Central elevator—Formerly E Wing elevator
Our staff is available to help you and your family with questions or complaints concerning your stay and to explain hospital policies and procedures. Main Line Health encourages you and your family to openly communicate with your physicians, nurses and other caregivers to resolve your questions and concerns. We want you and your family to feel comfortable raising questions, concerns, complaints or issues.
For assistance, contact the hospital's patient advocate at 484.337.3075.
Questions, concerns and complaints
To share your concerns, suggestions or experience with any Main Line Health hospital, please contact our Patient Relations Department by calling: 1.484.337.2662. You or your representative can also file by mail by sending your written grievance to Regulatory Department, Gerhard Building, 130 South Bryn Mawr Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010, fax to 1.484.337.2013, or email [email protected]. Please note that this fax number is not to be used for medical record requests.
You’re invited to use the lounge available on each patient floor as a quiet place to read or visit. In the psychiatry unit, visitors must remain in the living and dining room areas.
Pastoral/spiritual care/meditation room
Chaplains, who are spiritual care professionals, provide religious, spiritual and emotional support to persons of any or no religious tradition. Care includes empathetic listening, crisis or brief pastoral counseling, guided meditation, spiritual resources such as providing religious texts, supportive care surrounding difficult decisions, prayer and sacramental support. Chaplains are also able to help with special dietary needs related to faith, culture or tradition and can help patients honor rites and rituals specific to their own traditions.
To talk with a spiritual care professional or to learn more about pastoral services, please call 484.337.3000.
For your convenience and comfort, an interfaith prayer and meditation room is located on the first floor and is available 24 hours a day.
For your convenience, an automated teller machine (ATM) is located near the cafeteria.
The cafeteria is located on the ground floor. The hours are as follows:
Breakfast: 6:30–9:30 am
Lunch: 11:00 am–2:00 pm
Dinner: 5:00–7:00 pm (Grill closes at 6:30 pm)
Snacks and Grab ‘N Go: 6:30 am–7:00 pm
Starbucks, located in the Atrium, is open Monday through Friday from 6:30 am to 4:00 pm.
Vending machines offering beverages and snacks are located on the first floor near Labor & Delivery and second floor outside of Maternity.
Located in the Warden Lobby on the ground floor, the Bryn Mawr Hospital Gift Shop carries a variety of giftware, flowers, cards, newspapers, magazines, snacks and personal convenience items. We gladly deliver to patient floors. All major credit cards are accepted.
To contact the gift shop, call 484.337.3180.
All proceeds support Bryn Mawr Hospital programs and services.
Mail, flowers, balloons
Mail and packages will be delivered to patients by a hospital volunteer. Any mail received after discharge will be forwarded to your home address. Outgoing mail may be taken to the nursing station or given to your attending nurse. Postage stamps are available in the gift shop.
If you wish to mail a loved one during their stay at Bryn Mawr, please put the patient’s full name and room number on the front of the envelope and address the parcel to:
Bryn Mawr Hospital
130 South Bryn Mawr Ave.
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
The florist delivers directly to patient rooms. However, flowers or plants are not allowed in intensive care units. Latex balloons are not allowed in the hospital because they can cause serious allergic reactions. Mylar (foil) balloons are allowed.
As part of Main Line Health, we provide you the services of an exceptional team of highly skilled and dedicated individuals. While each staff member is a specialist in his or her chosen field, we all share a common commitment to your good health and well-being.
Providing a safe environment for patients, staff and the community is integral to our focus of delivering high-quality care. Main Line Health requires visitors to obtain a temporary visitor's badge from our Greeter Service Ambassadors located at the main entrance of our hospitals. A government-issued ID (state ID, driver's license, passport, etc.) is required to receive a visitor's badge.
Patients are permitted to have visitors from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Sunday, as long as it is not disruptive to their healing. Patients are permitted to have two visitors at a time, and visitors are allowed to swap out throughout the day. Children below the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Visitation is always at the discretion of the patient’s care team. Main Line Health staff will facilitate this to the best of their ability and may need to limit or restrict visitors to protect the health, privacy and safety of the patient. The patient has the right to be made aware of any clinical limitations or restrictions.
Main number: 484.337.3000
Billing department/customer service: 484.337.8905
Blood Donor Center: 1.800.35.BLOOD (1.800.352.5669)
Community education: 1.866.CALL.MLH (1.866.225.5654) or browse the events calendar online
Emergency room: 484.337.3582
Gift shop: 484.337.3180
Home care services: 484.580.1500
Hospital operator: Dial 0 from a hospital phone
Interpreters: Dial 0 from a hospital phone
Nutrition counseling services: 484.337.6065
Patient guest relations navigator: 484.337.3075
Radiology scheduling: 484.337.4500
Social work: 484.337.3036
Speech and hearing impaired calling assistance: Dial 0 from a hospital phone
Volunteer office: 484.337.3058
When you’re in the hospital, it’s easy to miss the comforts of home. Our concierge suites, located in the new Bryn Mawr Hospital Patient Pavilion, combine quality clinical care with personal amenities for a comfortable and convenient care experience. Our two-room suites offer an adjoining room, bathroom and dining area for family members and visitors.
Services and amenities for patients include:
- A selection of specially-prepared gourmet entrees
- Complimentary coffee and tea
- Freshly made cookies and milk delivered nightly
- Fine linens and ultra-soft robe and socks
- Deluxe toiletries
- Integrative services (including hand massage, aromatherapy and reiki)
- Flat-screen TV
- Daily flower delivery
- Daily Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper delivery
- Large wardrobe with lock
- Large windows with motorized blackout shades
- Access to spa services, restaurants and hotels
Accommodating family and visitors
We understand how important it is to have the people you love surrounding and supporting you during your hospital stay. Our concierge team promises to go to great lengths to ensure all your loved ones feel comfortable and cared for during your stay.
To learn more or to reserve a suite for yourself or a loved one, call 484.337.4767.
For Bryn Mawr Hospital’s youngest patients, the Lori Beth Brodsky Pediatric Wing has beautifully renovated rooms to make this a healing place for children and provide comfort for parents. With flat-screen televisions and video game systems as well as sleeping chairs for parents, the hallways, playroom, family nourishment room and nursing stations are upgraded for ultimate efficiency and patient safety. We’re happy to share that these improvements have allowed us to provide families with more comfort and convenience than ever before.
At Bryn Mawr Hospital in the western suburbs of Philadelphia, we collaborate with the pediatric experts of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) to provide optimal pediatric care that’s close to home. In the Bryn Mawr Hospital Pediatric Emergency Department (ED) and Lori Beth Brodsky Pediatric Wing, CHOP pediatricians with specialty training and experience in pediatric medicine provide compassionate care for children of all ages. They’re supported by Bryn Mawr Hospital pediatric nurses who are trained in pediatric advanced life support (PALS).
The unit has been named in loving memory of the daughter of longtime Main Line Health benefactor, Mrs. Barbara Brodsky.
Through Bryn Mawr Hospital's collaboration with the Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience, the university-affiliated Neurointervention Program offers rapid access to advanced diagnostics and treatment options for stroke care.
Bryn Mawr Hospital has also collaborated with Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to provide round-the-clock care for the level III neonatal intensive care unit, inpatient pediatric unit and the pediatric emergency department. Through this affiliation, we’re able to connect patients with board-certified, fellowship-trained pediatric emergency medicine physicians.
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