Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute is dedicated to providing the support and resources survivors need to help keep them well and increase their quality of life.
The Cancer Institute provides many opportunities for patients to access special resources related to cancer care, at the hospital, in the community or online.
Doylestown Health Resources
As a community-focused hospital and cancer center, our goal is to care for patients from the time of initial diagnosis, before and after surgery, for the duration of radiation or chemotherapy treatments and throughout recovery and survivorship. Our support groups provide patients with opportunities to participate according to their own preference or personal needs.
Learn about Doylestown Hospital’s cancer support groups
Classes and Events
We offer the flexibility of registering for classes, attending workshops or participating in events at the hospital or in the Doylestown community.
Learn about our classes and events
Dialogue Online: Cancer Care News
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Ribbons Studio, a retail store based at Doylestown Hospital, offers patients and caregivers the convenience of shopping for accessories and products needed during cancer treatment or as a cancer survivor. Ribbons Studio carries a variety of wigs, head wraps, hats, post-mastectomy garments, bras, prosthetics, skin products, compression sleeves and stockings.
Are you a cancer survivor who is looking to increase your quality of life after treatment and become fitter, faster and stronger? If so, you may be a candidate for the Cancer Fit program. Cancer Fit is a program by Doylestown Health and The Cornerstone Clubs.
Learn more about Cancer Fit
Rachel Saks, MSS, LSW, OSW-C, Oncology Social Worker
Doylestown Health’s Cancer Institute
Debbie Davis, RDN, LDN, MBA
Doylestown Health Rehabilitation Services
Physical, Occupational, Speech Therapy; specializing in Lymphedema
11 Welden Drive
Lenape Valley Foundation
500 N. West Street
24-hour crisis: 215-345-5327
Penn Foundation for Mental Health
807 Lawn Avenue
Thrive: A Program by Central Bucks Family YMCA
2500 Lower State Road
Cancer Informational Resources
American Cancer Society