A Home for Creativity and Inspiration
Patient Stories |
Sylvia Roman, an accomplished potter, helps Pine Run Retirement Community rejuvenate the Craft Barn, a beloved artistic space.
Sylvia's decision to live at Pine Run Retirement Community was simple. After spotting a dormant kiln during a tour of the campus, she was excited by the promise of a creative place where she could continue her artistic passion. The historic Craft Barn, on the grounds of the Pine Run campus, provides Sylvia with the opportunity to teach weekly pottery classes and enjoy a variety of other artistic pursuits.
Read Sylvia's Story
About Pine Run
Owned and operated by Doylestown Health, Pine Run is a progressive, resident-focused community that is full of vitality and enthusiasm and promotes independence and wellness among its Villagers and Residents. Pine Run offers a full continuum of services at state-of-the-art facilities in Doylestown, PA, including a retirement community with independent living units on 42 acres of land (the Village); a skilled nursing facility and personal care facility (the Health Center), and a personal care facility on a separate campus in Doylestown (Lakeview). Thriving for over 35 years, Pine Run attracts exceptional people whose energies enhance life for everyone in the community.
About Doylestown Health Foundation
As the philanthropic arm of Doylestown Health, Doylestown Health Foundation raises funds to safeguard the future of excellence in patient care and improves the quality of life for all members of the community. Now, in the public phase of an ambitious $75 million comprehensive campaign, Doylestown Health is beginning a bold new chapter as it approaches its second century of healthcare delivery. Philanthropic support of ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health will fund transformational renovation and expansion across the Doylestown Hospital and Pine Run campuses and will help chart the course for the next generation of patients, providers, and technology.
For more information, visit the Doylestown Health Foundation website or call 215-345-2009.