Meet Our Dedicated Donors
Every gift matters at Doylestown Health. As a non-profit health system, Doylestown Health relies on each and every philanthropic gift, no matter the size, to deliver the highest level of patient care with the most advanced technologies and treatment options. By supporting us through annual, leadership, and planned giving, and through corporate partnerships, our generous donors have allowed Doylestown Health to become a leader in innovation and health care delivery. Here are just a few of their inspirational stories.
For more than 30 years, Marv and Dee Ann Woodall have applied their personal and professional experiences to advancing life-saving technologies and life-changing opportunities at Doylestown Health. Jim Brexler, President and CEO, recently spoke with them about their continued involvement.Read Marv and Dee Ann's Story
At 92, Bob Ervin is a gentleman who genuinely appreciates a job well done. After undergoing Transcatheter Aortic Value Replacement (TAVR) at Doylestown Health's Richard A. Reif Heart Institute, he recognized the people and the organization who cared for him so well.Read Bob's Story
Stephen Hirt spent his career raising funds for charitable, non-profit organizations. Today, as a grateful Doylestown Health patient, volunteer and leader, the tables have turned – and he is the one proudly giving back. Read Stephen's Story
Six-year-old, Gretchen, has been hospitalized numerous times during her young life. In the past, those admissions required pediatric care at hospitals far from home. Today, Gretchen and her family can access the care they need locally, at the recently established Doylestown Health Carol and Louis Della Penna Pediatric Center.Read Helen's Story
Driven by their gratitude for exceptional care, Bill and Mary Lee Lieser's decision to include Doylestown Health in their estate plans will benefit patients well into the future. Like so many of our donors, their generosity is the cornerstone of our success.Read Bill and Mary Lee's Story
Decades before the concept of crowdsourcing and Kickstarter campaigns were common, local Bucks County businessman Herman Silverman invited three friends and business associates to lunch to discuss an important need at the newly built Doylestown Hospital. The "ripple effects" of their generous actions that day are still being felt decades later.Read Herman's Story
In 2009, Debbie Minford Dailey, a second-grade teacher at Doylestown's Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, was diagnosed with breast cancer. Debbie surveyed her area treatment prospects and concluded that the best overall plan would be found right in her backyard at Doylestown Health's Breast Center. Debbie has since turned her cancer diagnosis into a mission to help other women.Read Debbie's Story
Devoted husband Jim Stumpf was forced to seek help for his wife Donna when her increasing health care requirements outweighed his heartfelt, but increasingly limited, care giving ability. He turned to Doylestown Health's Pine Run Retirement Community, which Jim decided would best meet Donna's needs for Alzheimer's care.Read Jim's Story
Pat and Carol Counihan, long term Doylestown residents with a strong, local family history, know all too well the importance of a quick-thinking medical team. The couple raised three energetic boys in Doylestown and had numerous "situations" that required trips to the hospital. Now, they're giving back so other families will continue to experience the same level of excellent care.Read Pat and Carol's Story
Generosity That Matters
Your investment in Doylestown Health promises the most priceless return: innovations in healthcare delivery and healthier and richer lives for every member of our community. Pledge your support today - thank you!
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