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AS doctor and patient discussing testicular cancer | Doylestown Health
April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month. Learn about this cancer that is more common in younger males, including risk factors and how perform a self-exam.
Top Doctors Logo 2022 | Doylestown Health
Seventy-five members of Doylestown Health’s Medical Staff were named to Philadelphia magazine’s list of Top Doctors 2022.
Walk with a Doc event | Doylestown Health
Doylestown Health remains committed to bringing quality education to the community.
Spring outdoors with a bike rider | Doylestown Health
Doylestown Health remains committed to bringing quality education to the community.
Two woman reviewing information
At Doylestown Health, we consider you a valued member of our healthcare team. Learn how you can advocate for your own care or for the care of a loved one.
World Best Hospital 2022 | Doylestown Health
Doylestown Hospital is 1 of only 25 hospitals from across Pennsylvania included on the United States list.
Kelly Schmitt and Rok Hyon| Doylestown Health
Part Two of Two: Kelly lost her mother suddenly, which introduced her to organ donation. That experience inspired Kelly's most selfless action.
Kelly Schmitt | Doylestown Health
Part One of Two: When Kelly's mom suddenly passed away, she had to make a tough decision that ended up saving other lives and transformed her own.
Doylestown Health staff holding Ukranian flag
Doylestown Health community of associates and clinicians pulls together medical supplies to help war-torn Ukraine.
Man using arm bike at rehab | Doylestown Health
Discover how Doylestown Health's Pulmonary Rehab Exercise Program helps Charlie Catherwood build endurance, breathe easier and live his best life.
woman clutching stomach
Endometriosis affects more than 10% of women. Don't suffer in silence – talk to your OB/GYN about ways they can help you.
doctor holding blue awareness ribbon
Ernesto Reina ignored his doctor's annual recommendation to get a colonoscopy and developed colorectal cancer. He regrets he didn't get the screening sooner.