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Doylestown Health General Surgery

Doylestown Health Physicians

Doylestown Health Physicians are a network of practices led by physicians employed by the Doylestown Health system.

Breast Surgery, Colon and Rectal Surgery, General Surgery, Robotic Surgery

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  • Doylestown, PA
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The surgeons of Doylestown Health General Surgery (formerly Surgical Associates) perform both elective and emergency surgeries to treat a broad spectrum of conditions. Our most experienced surgeons have served as Doylestown Hospital Medical Staff leaders. They are complemented by young, innovative surgeons who have honed their skills in fellowships in prestigious teaching hospitals. Our surgeons continually perform with the best of their peers. One indicator of excellence is the number and rate of surgical site infection rates, which is well below the national benchmark Standardized Infection Ratio used to predict the incidence of surgical infections. These highly-skilled physicians employ experience and the latest technology in general surgery and minimally-invasive procedures.

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215.348.7195

The Pavilion at Doylestown Hospital
599 W. State Street
Suite 302
Doylestown, PA 18901
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SPECIALTIES / TESTS: Breast Surgery, Colon and Rectal Surgery, General Surgery, Robotic Surgery

PHONE: 215.348.7195

PHONE: 215.348.7195

FAX: 215.348.8633

HOURS: Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm

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215.348.7195

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