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Let the Dialogue Begin

Thursday, Nov 14, 2013

"A conversation is a dialogue, not a monologue." - Truman Capote

Doylestown Hospital encourages you to join the conversation through the Dialogue Online.

Do you have friends or family in the medical field who you typically seek out for medical advice? Many of us do, and we feel like we get the edge and inside information others aren’t privy to. But what if you had more than one friend to turn to? What if you had a community of experts in a variety of medical fields, such as cardiology, orthopedics, or women’s health services? What if you had others who were going through the same experiences you were going through?

The Dialogue Online is a blog that is devoted to opening up conversations with our community and discussing a variety of topics in healthcare. Check in often for posts from our experts on the latest health news, services and programs, and stories about our amazing patients, families, doctors, nurses and of course our associates! We want to hear from you, but please check our disclaimer before commenting.

We hope you come back often or subscribe to our blog to receive an email once a post is published.

If there's a topic that you are interested in learning more about or if you’d like to write a guest post feel free to email our Marketing and Communications staff at socialmedia@dh.org.

By posting on the Dialogue Online blog, I understand and agree that my comments will be reviewed and may be removed if they are libelous or otherwise illegal, or contain abusive, obscene, or otherwise inappropriate material. Please do not share personal health or financial information on the blog. I also understand that my comments will be available for view by the public and may be copied, stored, reproduced or disclosed by a third party for any use. For more information, please review the Doylestown Hospital's commenting guidelines.

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