An innovative, new Urgent Care will open in Doylestown in early Fall 2017, offering the convenience, comfort, connectivity & excellence you have come to expect from Doylestown Health.
Urgent Care Delivered with Doylestown Health Quality
Designed to be an integral part of the Doylestown Health continuum of care, the center will be staffed by a medical team led by a Doylestown Health physician who is board-certified in internal medicine and pediatrics, and connected to the full resources of Doylestown Hospital. X-rays taken on site with state-of-the-art radiology equipment will be read by Doylestown Health's experienced, board-certified radiologists. Laboratory services will be on-site and common prescriptions can be filled at the end of your visit.
Meeting a Need in the Community
Urgent Care also provides a convenient place for people to seek treatment who work in and around Doylestown.
"The goal is for patients to see physicians and healthcare providers from an organization they trust," says Jim Brexler, president and CEO of Doylestown Health. "What is special about this Urgent Care is that it is a part of the larger Doylestown Health system. Patients can be quickly and effectively treated in Urgent Care after private practice hours or for cases that don't require the level of care provided in the emergency room."
We're always ready to treat a broad range of conditions on a walk-in basis:
- Broken Bones
- Colds & Flu
- Cuts & Abrasions
- Minor Burns
- Muscle Strains
- Sore Throat
- Stomach Viruses & More
"Electronic medical records will be linked with both primary care physicians and specialists who are part of the Doylestown Healthcare Partnership, a clinically integrated network of over 400 physicians in the community, and Doylestown Hospital, a huge benefit for patients who use Doylestown Health physicians.
The Urgent Care team can access medical records in real time and note the patient's urgent care experience in the records," says Scott S. Levy, MD, Doylestown Health vice president and chief medical officer.
"Adding Urgent Care to our delivery model provides the opportunity to extend the access of care for all ages while preserving the continuity and quality provided by the physicians practicing in the Doylestown community, and at a lower cost than facilities designed to handle more critically ill patients such as emergency departments," says Dr. Levy.
A Healthcare Home
The décor is modern, elegant, patient-centric and provides a more welcoming and comfortable environment than traditional urgent care facilities. A trained member of the Doylestown Health team will guide patients and families through the registration process.
Patients will find light refreshments, free Wi-Fi, and charging stations for electronics in the waiting area. Art and photography adorn the walls, and every exam room offers a cable-connected flat screen television.
Located at 4259 West Swamp Road, Suite 108, Doylestown, PA (at the intersection known as Cross Keys), Urgent Care is conveniently situated near Route 313 and the 611 bypass. Parking is plentiful, and allows direct access for people who have difficulty walking.
About Doylestown Health's Urgent Care
When non-life-threatening illness or injury just can't wait, there's Urgent Care. Staffed by Doylestown Health physicians, Urgent Care is open 365 days a year with extended hours, offering quick and convenient treatment to all ages. With electronic medical records that link Doylestown Health patients with Doylestown Health specialists, primary care physicians, and Doylestown Hospital, your Urgent Care team can access medical records in real time. Patients can reserve an appointment or simply walk-in for treatment on their schedule for a variety of health concerns, as well as for x-rays, sutures, and more. Common prescriptions are even available on-site, allowing patients to get in and out and on and their way to healing – fast.
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