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Woman syncing watch with phone
Many of us are tracking our heart rates with smartwatches and phones, but how does this technology work and is it beneficial?
Children's Village new building rendering | Doylestown Health
Help us bring Children's Village home to the Doylestown Hospital campus with the $1.5 Million Children's Village Challenge Match.
Carol Duffy | Doylestown Health
When Carol Duffy, 81, was diagnosed with breast cancer, she found comfort with a nurse navigator who was there for her every step of the way.
Granddaughter with outstretched arms for grandfather in wheelchair
Considering hospice care for a loved one can feel daunting. Empower yourself with knowledge and learn all that Doylestown Health Hospice can provide.
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The American College of Cardiology recognized Doylestown Health for its demonstrated expertise and commitment in treating patients who come to an electrophysiology (EP) lab for care.
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Doylestown Hospital is again ranked as one of the best hospitals in the region and Pennsylvania in the latest U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals rankings.
Matthew Ferro with wife and care team| Doylestown Health
Matthew followed the rules and is only 51 with no underlying health conditions. But he still contracted COVID-19 and was hospitalized in ICU. Here is his story.
Stan Gualtieri | Doylestown Health
Stan Gualtieri never really thought about hospital services, until a highly-skilled vascular surgeon and team saved his life in Doylestown Health’s Hybrid O.R.
Doctor using DaVinci technology | Doylestown Health
Doylestown Health surgeons are using robotic technology to perform complex procedures through smaller incisions so patients recover faster with less pain.
Woman talking with her doctor
Convenience and precision—the FDA-approved SCOUT® wire-free technology for breast tumor removal is improving patients' overall surgical experience.
Man and woman happily walking in park
About one in four Americans has arthritis. If you're one of them, you know how painful and restricting it can be. While joint replacement can be a effective solution, there's much that can be done before you get to that point.
Patient talking with nurse
Having to go through cancer treatment or major surgery can be overwhelming. Doylestown Health patient navigators are a reliable resource to help.