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Doylestown Hospital will provide complimentary valet services Monday – Friday from 7 am – 5 pm for patients and visitors. Learn more

Classes and Events

Doylestown Health offers a variety of classes, support groups and special events. We offer health screenings, lectures and awareness programs at locations throughout the region, including the main Doylestown Hospital campus, Pine Run Retirement Community, the Health & Wellness Center in Warrington, Doylestown Health Connections in Warminster and other community locations.

For fee-based programs, you can register online and pay with a credit card or register online and pay by check at the event. If you have any questions or need help registering for an event, please call 215.345.2121.

  • Are You at Risk of Falling? Lecture and Screening

    Doylestown, PA

    Registration Open

    Doylestown Health’s physical therapists discuss fall risk and prevention. Following the lecture, therapists will perform personalized balance screenings. Registration required. FREE

  • Fall Prevention Workshop

    Warminster, PA

    Registration Open

    Learn what factors put you at risk for a fall and how to avoid them. Discuss medication factors, how to make your home safer, the latest home safety devices and healthy lifestyle choices that promote better balance. Presented by Karen Snow, PT, from ...

  • Stand Up to Good Posture: Screening & Consult

    Warminster, PA

    Registration Open

    Maura Tierney, DPT, from MossRehab at Doylestown Hospital, will provide individualized assessments of the neck and back. Recommendations will be made to correct common bad habits and learn tips to decrease stress on your spine for better posture and ...

  • Balance & Fall Risk Screening

    Warminster, PA

    Registration Open

    Each year, 1 in 3 adults over the age of 65 suffers a fall. Physical therapist Jeannine Greenberg, DPT, PT, from MossRehab at Doylestown Hospital, will be offering fall risk screenings to evaluate your risk of falling and provide recommendations for ...

  • Sit Up Straight! Proper Posture and Lifting

    Doylestown, PA

    Registration Open

    Join physical therapist Lauren Direso, DPT, for a discussion on proper workplace set-up and sitting posture. Proper bending and lifting will also be discussed to help reduce the risk of injury to the spine. This program is open to health care profess...

  • “Footsteps” Balance Workshop

    Warminster, PA

    Registration Open

    Do you have balance issues? This mini-seminar includes a few simple tests to determine if your balance is impaired. Learn exercises and movements that can be used in the home to improve your balance and reduce your risk of falling. Wear closed toe sh...

  • Exercise Safety for Seniors

    Doylestown, PA

    Registration Open

    Join physical therapist Frank Kolp, PT, DPT, for a discussion on how to exercise safely and the importance of exercise in the senior population. 

  • Are You at Risk of Falling? Lecture and Screening

    Doylestown, PA

    Registration Open

    Doylestown Health’s physical therapists discuss fall risk and prevention. Following the lecture, therapists will perform personalized balance screenings. Registration required. FREE

  • Get a HANDle on it!

    Doylestown, PA

    Registration Open

    Learn about common upper extremity repetitive strain injuries including tendinitis and neuropathies that can affect the hand, wrist and elbow. Discussion will include symptoms, treatment options and prevention. Presented by Doylestown Health certifie...

Upcoming Classes and Events

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