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Directions to Doylestown Hospital

Doylestown Hospital
595 West State Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
215.345.2200

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From New Jersey and east

Traveling on I-95 in New Jersey toward Pennsylvania, take Exit #49, PA-332, toward Newtown. Keep RIGHT at the fork in the ramp. Merge onto Newtown Yardley RD/ PA-332 W., which becomes the Newtown Bypass. Turn Slight Right onto Newtown Bypass/ PA-413 N. Turn Left onto Durham RD/ PA-413 N. Follow PA-413 N. until you cross over Rt. 263. Turn Left at next light onto Doylestown Buckingham Pike; make slight left on to Rt. 202 Parkway South. Exit (2 miles) on to Route 611 North. Exit at State Street, and make a left at the traffic light at the top of the ramp. Hospital entrance is one block on the left.

From Philadelphia and south

Take Route I-76 (Schuylkill Expressway) West to Route I-476 North (Blue Route) to where it intersects with the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Follow turnpike directions listed below.

From the north

From Allentown/Bethlehem area, take Route 309 South to Route 313 East (in Quakertown). Follow Route 313 East to Route 611 South. Exit at State Street (2 miles). Bear right off exit. Hospital is two blocks on left.

From the west

Traveling from Montgomery County/Norristown area, take Route 202 North which becomes a Parkway as it enters Montgomery Township (before Route 309). Continue on 202 North for 8 miles. Make a left on to Lower State Road. In 1.2 miles, make a left onto Memorial Drive. Continue to first traffic light. Hospital is directly ahead across State Street. Enter hospital campus via Memorial Drive.

From the Pennsylvania Turnpike

Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike to Exit 343, Willow Grove. Bear right off the exit onto Route 611 North. Stay on Route 611 North (road will become limited access bypass around Doylestown - bear left toward Easton.) Exit right at State Street, and make a left at the traffic light at the top of the ramp. Hospital entrance is one block on the left.

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