Information on Restricted Visitor Policy and Response to COVID-19

Doylestown Health's COVID-19 vaccine offering is restricted by PA Department of Health guidelines.  Find the latest information regarding Doylestown Health's response to COVID, including testing, visitor policies and more. Learn more

Preadmission Testing Announcement

As of Monday, January 25th, all preadmission testing -- with the exception of cardiac and vascular surgeries -- will be performed in the Ambulatory Center and those  patients should park in A4.

Don’t Delay Medical Attention During COVID-19 Crisis

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a serious public health crisis that has captured the world's attention. While the community has been encouraged to remain home to help slow the spread of the pandemic, it's important that you seek care if you need it. Even during this unprecedented time, you should never delay necessary healthcare, especially in the event of an emergency.

"I'm really proud of Doylestown Hospital's response to the coronavirus, and inspired by the healthcare workers on the front lines," says Doylestown Hospital Emergency Department physician Thomas DiEnna, DO. "What worries me are the patients who are reluctant to seek medical care because they are fearful of going to a hospital during the pandemic."

The health and safety of all Doylestown Hospital patients, associates and medical staff is of utmost importance to us. We are closely following guidance from the CDC to limit exposure and quickly identify patients who may be at risk of coronavirus. Learn more about measures Doylestown Health is taking to keep our community safe.

"The Emergency Department is fully staffed and ready – as always – to treat all emergent conditions, day and night," assures Dr. DiEnna. "It is especially necessary for those with heart attack or stroke symptoms to seek medical care immediately. Do not delay! Inaction can worsen the outcome for heart attack and stroke patients."

If you have heart attack or stroke symptoms, call 9-1-1. Do not drive yourself to the hospital. Ambulances are equipped to send critical information to the Emergency Department before you arrive to expedite care and improve outcomes. Even during this public health emergency, "we have great relationships with ambulance services that help expedite hospital care even before the patient arrives. We are ready to act at all times in your best interests," emphasizes Dr. DiEnna.

About Emergency Services

When medical emergencies arise, patients of all ages can count on the skilled physicians and specialized nurses of Doylestown Health Emergency Services. Fully equipped with private treatment areas, critical care suites and a designated pediatric/minor acute area, the Emergency department can handle any emergency while offering patients confidentiality and comfort. Dedicated resources for specialized care include the Woodall Chest Pain Center and a certified Stroke Resource Center, as well as affiliations with Jefferson Expert Teleconsulting and Temple MedFlight.

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