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Doylestown Health­—You're Well Connected!

Thursday, Jan 29, 2015

Our goal is to inspire a more vibrant, healthier world for our community. That's why we introduce a new name - Doylestown Health, to represent our seamless network of health care services and providers whose mission is to get you well and help you stay well, before, during and after care.

Doylestown Hospital was founded in 1923 by the Village Improvement Association of Doylestown (VIA), but its health-centered roots trace back to 1895 as they coordinated efforts to eliminate unhealthy dust from the town's streets. This passion for public health evolved into the establishment of the first visiting nurse service in Doylestown.

Over the years, the VIA continued to address the health needs of our community by expanding or developing new services that comprise Doylestown Health to include:

  • Doylestown Hospital
  • Doylestown Hospital Surgery Center & Outpatient Testing
  • Doylestown Hospital Home Care
  • Doylestown Hospital Hospice
  • Doylestown Health Physicians
  • Health Connections by Doylestown Hospital
  • Pine Run Retirement Community
  • Pine Run Health Center
  • Pine Run Lakeview Personal Care
  • Children's Village

Doylestown Health reflects an extended care network specifically designed to align with your health care needs and simplify the way care is delivered. We work to ensure that every family member can access the care they need, not just when they're sick or injured, but when they want to experience the benefits that great health provides.

It's a system of collaboration and innovation that's designed to connect you to the best care available.

So there's nothing between you and an array of health care expertise, coordinated to streamline your care and put you at the center of better health.

Doylestown Health. It's where you're well connected.

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