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Cardiovascular Critical Care Pavilion

Throughout our near 100-year history, Doylestown Health has never rested on its laurels. While we take immense pride in our humble beginnings and extraordinary accomplishments during our first century, we are determined to move boldly toward even greater heights.

Campus Expansion

Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion

One of the most visible signs of growth is the expansion on our main campus. The new Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion, home to the Center for Heart and Vascular Care and Clark Center for Critical Care Medicine, will expand the depth and scope of Doylestown Health's nationally recognized cardiovascular services and provide enhanced access to patients throughout the region. Scheduled opening, December 2019.

The Outpatient Pavilion

Also under construction, the Outpatient Pavilion will house a new Ambulatory Surgery Center. Designed for optimal patient comfort, convenience and safety, this advanced facility also establishes a "home base" for the delivery of care for support services such as rehabilitation medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. Scheduled opening, May 2020.

Main Entrance and Wayfinding

Renovations to our existing main entrance and new wayfinding tools will help patients and visitors navigate our hospital campus with ease, and provide space for patient and community education.

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New Primary Care Practices & Physicians

The primary care physician (PCP) is first point of care for many healthcare needs. Studies show that having a PCP keeps people healthier. Your relationship with your PCP builds over time as he/she provides preventive care, routine checkups, vaccinations and screenings while managing your overall physical and mental health. This important connection enables your PCP to catch health issues before they become serious, and to identify changes in your mental and physical condition.

In addition to caring for immediate medical needs such as cold, flu and other nonemergency injuries and ailments, your PCP manages chronic disease (ongoing illness) and may coordinate your care with specialists as needed.

Doylestown Healthcare Partnership includes numerous primary care physician practices in convenient locations:

Family Medicine

  • Central Bucks Family Practice
  • Chalfont Family Practice
  • Dublin Medical Center
  • Ivyland Medical Center
  • New Britain Family Practice
  • Personal Physician Services, PC
  • Plumsteadville Family Practice
  • Doylestown Health Primary Care
    • Buckingham – New
    • New Hope – New
    • Chalfont
    • Doylestown
    • Richboro

Internal Medicine

  • Broderman Internal
  • Medicine Associates
  • BuxMont Medical Associates
  • Coverdale-Hermann, Ltd
  • Doylestown Health Internal Medicine
  • Doylestown Medical Associates, PC
  • Dublin Internal Medicine
  • Fountainville Medical Specialists
  • New Start Medical
  • Peace Valley Internal Medicine
  • Tohickon Internal Medicine, LLC

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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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