Free Valet Parking

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.

  • My Spouse Has Cancer Support Group

    Doylestown, PA

    No Registration Required

    This group provides a nurturing setting in which individuals can give and receive support related to the unique experience of having a spouse with cancer. Please call to register 215-345-2022.

  • My Spouse Has Cancer Support Group

    Doylestown, PA

    No Registration Required

    This group provides a nurturing setting in which individuals can give and receive support related to the unique experience of having a spouse with cancer. Please call to register 215-345-2022.

  • My Spouse Has Cancer Support Group

    Doylestown, PA

    No Registration Required

    This group provides a nurturing setting in which individuals can give and receive support related to the unique experience of having a spouse with cancer. Please call to register 215-345-2022.

Upcoming Classes and Events

Blog Posts

Digital Mammography
Benefits of 3D Mammography

Doylestown Hospital offers an advanced form of digital mammography that can detect cancer at higher rates than traditional mammography alone. 3-D mammography, or breast tomosynthesis, provides certain patients with an additional option for detecting breast cancer in its earliest stages.

Men Get Breast Cancer
The Facts About Men and Breast Cancer

Men share a number of risk factors for breast cancer with women. There are risk factors unique to men, including never having been married, testicular issues, liver issues, and gynecomastia.

View All Articles

For more information or to register for an event