Doylestown Health is consistent with the COVID-19 recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

Doylestown Health supports continued proactive efforts to prevent an uncontrolled outbreak among our most vulnerable populations, including unvaccinated adults as well as children under 5 who are ineligible for vaccination at this time.

For more Doylestown Health COVID-19 information, visit our COVID-19 Update page.

Join Us for an Important FREE HPV Discussion

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Did you know that approximately 80 percent of people will get an HPV infection during their lifetime? Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection (STI). The disease is passed through sexual contact, even when an infected person has no symptoms. While usually harmless, HPV can sometimes turn into genital warts or cancer.

To prevent this disease, physicians may encourage parents with children ages 11 to 12 to research and understand the benefits of the HPV vaccine. It is recommended that the vaccine is given to teenage children in two doses, earlier rather than later. Children who are 15 years and older may receive the vaccine in three doses.

Learn more about HPV and your child. Susan Kressly, MD, will lead a critical virtual discussion on the HPV vaccine and how to protect children long before they are ever exposed to the disease. The online event is FREE to attend, but you must register.

About Doylestown Health

Doylestown Health is a comprehensive healthcare system of inpatient, outpatient and wellness education services connected to meet the health needs of all members of the local and regional community. Doylestown Hospital, the flagship to Doylestown Health has 271 beds and a Medical Staff of more than 435 physicians in over 50 specialties. An independent nonprofit health system, Doylestown Health is dedicated to providing innovative, patient-centered care for all ages.

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