Dec. 18, 2014 (Upper Darby, Pa) – The Delaware County WIC Program’s Upper Darby Clinic through Crozer-Keystone recently moved to the Barclay Square Shopping Center at 1500 Garrett Road, Suite 20, Upper Darby, Pa 19082. The clinic is now located behind the
for Therapy and Sports Medicine within the Shopping Center. The clinic
was previously located at Crozer-Keystone
Outpatient Center One
South State Road, Upper Darby.
The clinic is open on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1:30 to 4 p.m., and on Wednesday from
a.m. to noon and 1:30-5:30 p.m.
Appointments are requi 10 d. The new office phone number is (610)
The Delaware County WIC program assists
residents with nutrition education, nutritious foods, breastfeeding support and
healthcare referrals. To qualify, applicants must Pennsylvania dical or
nutritional risk, have a household gross income less than 185 percent of the
U.S. Poverty Income Guidelines, and fall into one of the following categories: have a me
- Pregnant women
- Women who have given birth within the last six months
- Women who are breastfeeding infants under twelve months of age
- Infants and children, including foster children, up to their 5th birthday
The two additional offices for W
are l IC n ocated i Chester
( 2600 West 9th Street)
( Springfield 1260 East Woodland Ave). e, Suite
For more information about WIC or to schedule a WIC appointment, call the
WIC Appointment Line at (610)
497-7660 or visit http://wicwins.crozerkeystone.org.
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