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Physician Practices and Outpatient Services in the Pavilion Open With Few Exceptions

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Nearly all physician and outpatient services at The Pavilion on the Doylestown Hospital campus are open following the tornado that caused extensive damage on Tuesday, August 4.

Doylestown Health's Cancer Institute in The Pavilion remained closed on Friday, August 7; however, outpatient infusion services continue to be administered in a conference room in the hospital and patient calls are answered.

Alliance Cancer Specialists also remained closed Friday, August 7. The office is answering patient calls and patients are being seen at other Alliance Cancer locations in the region.

Both the Cancer Institute and Alliance Cancer Specialists expect to reopen early next week following repairs.

Penn Radiation Oncology at Doylestown partially reopened on Thursday, August 6 and was in full operation Friday, August 7, with plans for Saturday hours to treat patients who may have missed appointments in the wake of the storm.

In addition to all physician offices in The Pavilion, the Doylestown Health GI Lab and Doylestown Health Sleep Center are fully operational. The outpatient MRI and PET/CT located in The Pavilion remain closed for repairs.

Children's Village will reopen at a nearby off-campus location early next week. Structural engineers continue to assess damage to the daycare center.

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