The World Of Deborah®

Welcome to the world of Deborah Heart and Lung Center - a unique hospital in which the pursuit of medical excellence, scientific solutions, and philanthropy meet to provide the region's most comprehensive and outstanding specialized medical care.

Deborah Heart and Lung Center in Browns Mills is Burlington County's only licensed cardiac center. A 139-bed teaching hospital, Deborah specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of congenital and acquired heart, lung, and vascular diseases.

Awards & Recognitions

Ranked among the best hospitals in the Philadelphia Metro Area by U.S. News & World Report for its cardiac and pulmonary programs.
Awarded a high Leapfrog Safe Practices Score. Adding 27 procedures to reduce preventable medical mistakes.
The Joint Commission surveyed this organization and found it to meet the requirements for the Hospital Accreditation Program.
Recognized nationally by HealthStream Research for patient satisfaction with an Excellence Through Insight Award in the medium hospital category.
Rated as one of New Jersey's Top Hospitals by Inside Jersey Magazine. In the under 350-bed category, Deborah was ranked #1 by patients for RNs communicating well and for room & bathroom cleanliness. Ranked #2 by patients for Doctors always communicating well. Physicians rated Deborah as #2 in the state for both coronary surgery and the treatment of heart failure.

What Sets Deborah Apart?

Although Deborah consistently ranks at the top by many rating agencies, it is Deborah's drive for quality and cutting-edge technology and procedures that have made it such a well-respected hospital. Among some of Deborah's newest offerings:

  • Opening of a new Joslin Diabetes Center Affiliate at Deborah, to help people with diabetes live to the fullest.
  • Radial artery (or wrist) catheterizations, a truly new, innovative approach—the utmost in patient comfort with rapid recovery time.
  • Opening of a new Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program onsite, offering personal team training to help patients cope with respiratory problems.
  • Implementing a Code MI/Code Chill protocol this year for immediate response to heart attack and cardiac arrest patients.