As of 2015, Main Line Health serves parts of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and its western suburbs, according to the organization. Founded in 1985, the nonprofit health care system includes Lankenau Medical Center, Paoli Hospital, Bryn Mawr Hospital and Riddle Hospital. Other facilities in the Main Line heath care system include Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital, Mirmont Treatment Center for alcohol and drug addiction recovery, HomeCare & Hospice, and Main Line Health Centers in Newton Square, Exton, Broomall and Collegeville.
The Lankenau Medical Center campus includes the Lankenau Institute for Medical Research, which is a research organization devoted to improving prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diabetes, cancer and heart diseases, explains Main Line Health. Main Line Health Centers offer primary care physicians, specialists and outpatient services, such as radiology, laboratory and rehabilitation. HomeCare & Hospice provides home infusion services, home health and extended home care, hospice care, and home medical equipment.
Main Line Health utilizes more than 2,000 physicians and 10,000 employees to serve its patients, notes the organization. The system's four acute care hospitals are accredited primary stroke care centers, chest pain centers and comprehensive breast centers. The health care organization provides care to patients who have emergency medical needs without regard to their abilities to pay for the care or to their places of residence.