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Louisa Rahner, DO | Doylestown Health
Doylestown Health Primary Care is proud to welcome Louisa Rahner, DO, to Doylestown Health Primary Care--Buckingham.
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Top-notch health care by leading medical providers using state-of-the-art technology does not require a trip to the city. Better Begins Here.

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Doylestown Health's innovative Cardio-Oncology program manages an oncology patient's cardiovascular risk and connects them with nutrition and exercise programs.
Mary Ann Nissley | Doylestown Health
Meet Mary Ann Nissley, 88, an avid hiker and Doylestown Health Walk with a Doc regular who has trekked thousands of miles on the Appalachian and Buckeye trails.
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Doylestown Hospital earned an eleventh consecutive “A” grade for patient safety.
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Doylestown Hospital's Emergency Department earns national distinction as a top-performer in patient experience.
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Doylestown Health now offers a palliative care program to help bring comfort to patients with serious illness.
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Grief is complicated but especially during the holiday season. Learn about ways you can cope during this challenging time.
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President's Perspective
As the month of October ushers in pumpkin spice season, we must also be cognizant that it marks the beginning of flu season as well. Influenza, or the flu, is a serious contagious respiratory illness.
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Among the top choices, readers chose Doylestown Hospital as the Best Hospital, and Pine Run Retirement Community as the Best Independent Living.
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The lung cancer screening guidelines recently expanded eligibility for those at high risk. Is lung cancer screening right for you or someone you love?
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