A part of the Doylestown Health System, Doylestown Hospital's award-winning services and expert physicians are located in the heart of Bucks County, PA.
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Health and Wellness Center
Doylestown Health offers a convenient outpatient location in Warrington, PA, that includes the Doylestown Hospital Surgery Center, physician offices, diagnostic imaging, laboratory services, and more.
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Doylestown Health Physicians
As physicians employed by Doylestown Health, these members of our care team offer a variety of primary and specialty care services.
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Doylestown Health Urgent Care
Staffed by Doylestown Health physicians and connected seamlessly to Doylestown Health medical records, Urgent Care is open 365 days a year to treat minor illness and injury. Reserve an appointment or walk-in, no appointment needed.
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Doylestown Hospital Home Health and Hospice
Doylestown Hospital Home Health and Hospice provides a range of services, programs, and counseling and are committed to providing excellence in care to all in need. Learn more about Home Health and Hospice.
Pine Run Retirement Community
Owned and operated by Doylestown Health, Pine Run Retirement Community offers access to Retirement Living, Personal Care, Alzheimers/Dementia Care. In addition, Doylestown Health's Pine Run Health Center offers a nursing, post-operative care, rehabilitation services and long-term care.
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Have you ever thought about "unplugging" from technology for a certain amount of time? The truth is, "detoxing" from your devices while taking a vacation can be beneficial to your heart health.
Doylestown Health's new Center for Heart and Vascular Care at Doylestown Hospital is set to achieve a major milestone in its construction as steel framing begins mid-June. Watch the simulated build-out, beam by beam, in a video simulating the construction process.
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It's sweet, and it's in most of the foods we eat. But sugar, especially excessive amounts, can be bad for your health. Learn more in the latest episode of Health Matters with Doylestown Health.