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Doylestown Health provides a network of care, serving patients and families in the northern suburban communities of Philadelphia, including Bucks and Montgomery Counties in Pennsylvania and Hunterdon and Mercer Counties in New Jersey.
Safety experts urge caution when using fireworks for a reason. Each Fourth of July in the U.S., thousands of people – mostly children and teens – end up in the Emergency Department with fireworks injuries.
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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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We asked Doylestown Hospital electrophysiologist Robert Sangrigoli, MD about the connection between Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) and stroke and why it's so important to recognize.
While the pandemic makes get-togethers more complicated, they can be done safely. Follow these tips from the experts to ensure a safer and happy holiday.