Doylestown Health is committed to keeping our community healthy through education and outreach. Here is a recap of our efforts in the community:
Recognition of Care for Premature Babies
During National Prematurity Awareness Month, Robert Smoose with March of Dimes presented a plaque to the VIA Maternity Center for their dedication to caring for premature babies and their families.
Walk With A Doc Attendees Learn About Eating Healthy During the Holidays
Doylestown Health nutrition expert Annette Werner, RD, led December's Walk With A Doc, where she gave a brief discussion on incorporating healthy options into holiday dishes, and how to enjoy holiday festivities without overindulging. After the talk, attendees enjoyed a refreshing walk with Doylestown Health clinicians around the hospital campus.
New Year, New You
Doylestown Health's Wellness Team collaborated with local businesses to provide the program, New Year, New You, where they sat down with individuals and helped them set goals for the New Year.
CPR and AED Training
Doylestown Health's Education department taught an overview on CPR to employees of LRP Publications in Horsham, and trained them on how to use an AED in their office.
Request Community Outreach
Interested in health education and outreach opportunities for your organization or school? Doylestown Health provides a variety of outreach services, including speakers, screenings and wellness resources.
For more information or to make a request for a sponsorship or education program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Doylestown Health Pulseline at 215-345-2121.
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About Doylestown Health
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