March for Babies – 2018 Bucks County Walk
Join Doylestown Health's team to support the March of Dimes at the March for Babies 2018 – Bucks County.
Doylestown Health's VIA Maternity Center is proud to sponsor the March of Dimes March for Babies 2018 – Bucks County to raise awareness and funds to prevent preterm birth and birth defects. Walk with us to support premature and sick infants and their families. The event takes place on Sunday, April 29 at Bucks County Community College's Newtown Campus.
Premature birth is the leading cause of newborn death. In the United States, one in ten babies is born prematurely. By participating in March for Babies, you are supporting programs that help moms have healthy, full-term pregnancies, and funding important research to prevent prematurity.
When you walk in March for Babies, you give hope to nearly half a million babies born too soon each year. The March of Dimes has sponsored walks since 1970, raising more than $2 billion to benefit all babies.
Join the Fun
Doylestown Health is proud to sponsor the March for Babies 2018 – Bucks County. Join us for a fun day for the whole family that supports a great cause!
March for Babies 2018 – Bucks County
Date: Sunday, April 29, 2018
Time: 9 am, registration begins at 8 am
Where: Bucks County Community College
275 Swamp Road, Newtown, PA 18940
Learn More and Register to Walk
About the VIA Maternity Center
Doylestown Health’s VIA Maternity Center is rated among the best in the region for maternity care with services available for every stage of pregnancy through the birth experience. The VIA Maternity Center features a 32-bed maternity unit that includes 9 labor, delivery & recovery rooms, 22 private post-partum rooms, and a Level II NICU staffed by CHOP neonatologists.
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