Free Valet Parking

Beginning 10/2/17, Doylestown Hospital will provide complimentary valet services from 7 am–5 pm for patients and visitors. Learn more

Volunteer Week

Thursday, Apr 16, 2015

Volunteers at Doylestown Hospital are everywhere. They greet patients and visitors at the front door. They transport patients going home. And they're involved in many of the activities that take place in between. In fact, our volunteers impact the lives of patients and their families from birth through the end-of-life.

Over 900 Adult and Teen Volunteers

Volunteer Services

Doylestown Hospital is fortunate to have about 900 adult and teen volunteers. These committed community members assist in close to 90 different services at the hospital.

Assisting in Up to 90 Different Services at the Hospital

Last year, they contributed more than 124,300 hours of service doing everything from knitting blankets for hospice patients to assisting patients and visitors at the hospital's information desks.

Contributed More Than 124,300 Hours of Service

"Bucks County is a very generous area where people want to be invested in their community," says Karen Langley, director of Doylestown Hospital Volunteer Services. "We are eternally grateful our volunteers choose to serve with us."

About Doylestown Health

Doylestown Health is a comprehensive system of inpatient, outpatient and community services connected to meet the health and wellness needs of all members of the community. Our independent and nonprofit system is dedicated to healthcare excellence from childbirth to end-of-life care.

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.

Blog Archive