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MedSitter in-room cart with monitor and camera

We are introducing a new virtual patient observation system at Doylestown Hospital that will allow us to continuously monitor patients who may be at risk for falls.

Patient and wife posing for a photo | Doylestown Health
When Gilbert passed out at work, no one knew his aorta was tearing apart. Fortunately, his coworkers called 911 and he ended up exactly where he needed to be.
Grand Parents chasing grand kids on the beach by the water | Doylestown Health
Doylestown Health remains committed to bringing quality education to the community.
Woman drving a car

If you are worried about loved ones driving safely, our Clinical Driving Screening program can assess if they're safe drivers and help keep them on the road.


Woman and Man smiling

Prostate cancer treatment may have cardiac side effects. Our Cardio-Oncology Program intervenes to care for a patient’s heart health.


Gwynneth Walton and Tony Marinelli (above) are dedicated volunteers and leaders in the Bereavement program | Doylestown Health
Volunteers with our Bereavement program were once recently bereaved and needed support. They gained so much through the program, they want to give back.
Vector hero for the 2022 Unite with Might Mental Health Series Finale | Doylestown Health
The finale event will be in-person at CB West. Listen to an inspiring guest speaker and participate in a group walk and resource fair!
Woman seating comfortably while using her laptop | Doylestown Health
Doylestown Health remains committed to bringing quality education to the community.
Leapfrog A Spring 2022 Logo | Doylestown Health
Doylestown Hospital earned a twelfth consecutive 'A' grade for patient safety in the Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade for Spring 2022.
Nurse using technology | Doylestown Health
Our nurses have shown adaptability in the face of health crises. For Nurses Month, we explore the often overlooked tech mastery needed to do their jobs.
Couple walking in the park on a sunny day | Doylestown Health
New medications are helping many people who have heart failure to feel better, spend less time in the hospital, and live longer.
A nurse and patient at the Clark Breast Imaging | Doylestown Health
Clark Breast Imaging includes two locations and increased access to promote early detection of breast cancer.
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