Free Valet Parking

Doylestown Hospital will provide complimentary valet services Monday – Friday from 7 am – 5 pm for patients and visitors. Learn more

Doylestown Hospital

Doylestown Hospital

Doylestown Hospital, the flagship of Doylestown Health, is part of a clinically integrated system of inpatient and outpatient healthcare services. Nationally and regionally recognized for high quality and innovation, Doylestown Hospital is a comprehensive, community-focused healthcare facility serving patients and families in the northern suburban communities of Philadelphia, including Bucks and Montgomery Counties in Pennsylvania and Hunterdon and Mercer Counties in New Jersey.

Areas of clinical emphasis include heart and vascular care, maternity care, pediatric care, emergency medicine, critical care, cancer care, radiation oncologyinterventional radiology, orthopedics, gastroenterology, pulmonology, urology, rehabilitation, and robotic surgery.

The Village Improvement Association (VIA), which still oversees the governance of the hospital, recognized the need for public health initiatives and employed a Visiting Nurse in 1916 and soon after opened the Doylestown Emergency Hospital in 1923.

Today, Doylestown Hospital has 232 beds and a Medical Staff of more than 435 physicians in over 50 specialties offering a comprehensive continuum of services from childbirth to end-of-life care.

  • Directions

    Doylestown Hospital serves patients in the northern suburbs of Philadelphia, including Bucks and Montgomery Counties in Pennsylvania and Hunterdon and Mercer Counties in New Jersey

  • Parking

    Parking information, including parking advisories for Doylestown Hospital.

  • Doylestown Hospital Floor Plans

    Doylestown Hospital is a 232-bed facility. Doylestown Hospital provides floor plans for patients and visitors.

  • Pavilion Floor Plans

    Floor plan for The Pavilion at Doylestown Hospital.

  • Hospital Amenities and Services

    Learn about amenities available at Doylestown Hospital.

Blog Posts

Holiday Food
Healthy Holiday Eating

On average, Americans gain one to two pounds during the holiday season. While this weight gain isn't dramatic, it tends to stick and accumulate over the years.

View All Articles

Upcoming Classes and Events