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|Geisinger Holy Spirit|
|Sisters of Christian Charity|
|Location||Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Network||Geisinger Health System|
|Emergency department||Level II trauma center|
|Lists||Hospitals in Pennsylvania|
Geisinger Holy Spirit is a 307-bed non-profit Catholic community hospital located in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and serves as the primary facility for its related health system. The hospital was founded in 1963 and is sponsored by the Sisters of Christian Charity.
In 2003, the hospital opened the Ortenzio Heart Center, a four-story, 140,000-square-foot (13,000 m2) facility located adjacent to the hospital specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of heart problems.
Holy Spirit Health System, provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services and includes a regional network of six family health centers, one internal medicine office, a pediatric practice and two women's health centers. The health system employs over 550 physicians in a variety of specialties to include women’s health, cardiovascular care and orthopedic, stroke, and rehabilitative services. Holy Spirit is a Level III Neonatal intensive-care unit. Physician residency programs, affiliated with Memorial Hospital in York, Pennsylvania, exist on-site for emergency medicine and surgery.
On September 9, 2013, Holy Spirit Health System signed a letter of intent with Geisinger Health System, a world-class health care organization that serves the needs of 2 million people in 31 counties in central Pennsylvania. The letter of intent serves as a necessary step to explore affiliation options. On September 1, 2017, Geisinger Holy Spirit was granted Level II Trauma Center accreditation by the Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation.
Geisinger Holy Spirit was formerly "Holy Spirit Hospital." The hospital's name was changed as part of a rebranding campaign in a press release  on February 23, 2017.