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Road Closure and Traffic Pattern Change

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Parking Alert

All patients and visitors to Doylestown Hospital are asked to be aware of a temporary traffic pattern change on the campus.

Rich Reif Way, which connects Progress and Memorial Drives (see image), is closed for approximately four weeks as the construction of the new Outpatient Pavilion progresses. A new parking lot is also being added in the area of the road closure.

Those wishing to access the main Hospital, including the Emergency Department, are asked to enter the campus via Progress Drive. Those wanting to reach Pavilion I and II, the parking garage and Children's Village, are requested to enter the campus via Memorial Drive.

Free valet parking is available to all patients and visitors at the entrance to the Main Lobby and at Pavilion I. This service is available Monday through Friday from 7 am to 5 pm.

If you have questions about the road closure or parking on the main campus, please call 215.345.2121.

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 232 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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