Hospital Amenities and Services

Amenities to help make your visit or stay more comfortable 

Hospital Amenities

Amenities and Services available on-site:

Dining Services

Fresh Inspirations

Our cafeteria, Fresh Inspirations, is located on the Ground Floor of the North Wing (outside entrance under the bridge between the hospital and Pavilion) and is open the following hours:

Monday through Sunday, including holidays

  • Breakfast: 7 am to 10 am
  • Lunch: 11 am to 2 pm
  • Dinner: 4 pm to 7 pm

Night Shift Grab & Go meals: 2 am to 3 am, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.

One Vision Café

Our One Vision Café, located in the Gorsky Atrium of the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion, offers heart-healthy menu options including: grab-and-go and made-to-order salads, soups, sandwiches, and smoothies.

Monday through Friday

  • 7:30 am to 2:30 pm
  • Closed on holidays
The Well Bean Café

Our Well Bean Café serves gourmet coffee, refreshing beverages, pastries, sandwiches, and snacks. The Well Bean Café is located in the Main Lobby.

Monday through Friday
  • 6 am to 4:30 pm
  • Closed on holidays
Vending Rooms

Refreshments may be purchased in our Vending Room, adjacent to the North Lobby, all day and after hours.

**For your added convenience, Doylestown Hospital's dining establishments accept credit cards for purchases. Fresh Inspirations Cafeteria, the One Vision Café, and the Well Bean Café take Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and Diners Club.




ArtWalk

On a functional level, our ArtWalk is simply a passageway that connects the Parking Garage to the main hospital building. But in reality, it is so much more!

When you enter our ArtWalk, you are transported to a world of color, light, and texture as you make your way into the building. The 308-foot long ArtWalk showcases the talents of artists from the local community, ranging from well-known painters to youngsters from Children's Village daycare and area schools.

ArtWalk visitors will delight the variety of media displayed, including photography, oils, pastels, pencil drawings, watercolors, and the occasional quilt. The ArtWalk is well lit and has benches built in if you choose to rest a while.

The artwork rotates every three months. Each piece includes information about the artist who has loaned the pieces to our hospital for the three-month period. Our ArtWalk gives local artists an opportunity to share their creativity with the hundreds of people who will pass through every day. It also provides a pleasant atmosphere for those who stroll its length as they make their way to or from the building.

The ArtWalk is open daily from 5:30 am until 10 pm. If you wish to visit the ArtWalk, take the Parking Garage Elevator or the North Elevator nearest the Gift Shop to the ground level.

Gift Shop

The gift shop is located in the North Lobby of the hospital.

Operated by Lori's Gifts, the shop offers a wide variety of gifts including fresh flowers, balloons, greeting cards, stuffed animals, figurines, home décor items, candles and lotions, and jewelry. The shop also provides delivery services to the rooms of hospitalized patients at no additional charge.

Three ways to make a purchase:

In Person

Visit the North Lobby of Doylestown Hospital
595 West State Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
215.345.2238

Online

Place orders online for FREE SAME-DAY DELIVERY from our Gift Shop directly to patients in the hospital.

Shop Online for Gifts, Flowers, and Balloons

By Phone

Please call 215.345.2238 to place your phone order during gift shop business hours.

All orders will be delivered at no charge to the patient room on the day the order is received, unless it is received after business hours.

For your convenience, we accept Cash, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express.

Hours

  • Monday through Friday 9 am to 8 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday 10 am to 7 pm

Special Features

  • Customer Reward Program: Earn Gift Shop Rewards by accumulating points on all qualified purchases.
  • Weekly Special Promotions: Be sure to ask about this week's current feature.

Wireless Internet Access

You, your family as well as other visitors have access to a wireless internet connection throughout most of the Doylestown Hospital (DH) main campus. The name of the wireless Patient/Visitor Guest network is: DH PUBLIC ACCESS. DH Management Information Services broadcasts internet service via wireless access points within the hospital. Users can connect to this service using a connection called "DH PUBLIC ACCESS". This wireless connection will appear automatically with a wireless network card.

Please note: All users of our wireless internet services must agree to and comply with the DH Acceptable Use Policy. Read the DH Acceptable Use Policy.

Guidelines for Laptop Safety

  • Laptop computers that have wireless access are required to meet the same requirements outlined in our Cell Phone policy. Should any interference with medical equipment be noted, the patient's computer use will be prohibited.
  • Care should be taken with all power cords to avoid creating tripping hazards. Never use a laptop that has a frayed or damaged power cord.
  • Nursing staff must be alert to the patient's ability to use the equipment safely during the course of the patients stay, and prohibit the use of devices as the situation warrants.
  • All line-powered devices should have at least one of the following marks, Underwriters Laboratories (UL), Canadian Standards Association (CSA), Intertek Testing Services NA Inc. (ITSNA), or MET Laboratories Inc (MET).
  • Always operate your laptop on a hard surface such as a table or bed tray that will allow proper ventilation.
  • Shut down your laptop and unplug all accessories when not in use to prevent overheating.
  • Always consult with the patient's caregiver prior to plugging a laptop into an outlet.
  • Patients / Visitors must have their own laptop in order to connect to the wireless internet. DH does not provide laptops or loaners, and cannot help troubleshoot your device. You must contact the manufacturer or operating system vendor for assistance with your personal device.
  • DH requires that you adhere to the Acceptable Use Policy, which will be displayed when you first connect to DH's Internet wireless network: DH PUBLIC ACCESS.
  • DH is not responsible for the security of your laptop or other wireless devices, nor can DH provide a secure storage space for your laptop. The hospital cannot be held responsible if an individual's laptop is stolen, damaged, or comes in contact with fluids or radioactive material.
  • All audible sound, alarms, and web cams must be turned off on your laptop at all times. Please use headphones if sound is required.

Quiet Places

We strive to create a healing environment for our patients, family members, and visitors who wish to clear their mind, reflect, and renew. Please visit one of our information desks for a map of these tranquil spots.

The Arboretum

Our Arboretum is woven throughout our 56 acres of campus and is a healing environment for the mind, body, and spirit. The Arboretum is beautifully landscaped throughout the year with a variety of flowering plants and shrubs. In addition, there are bronze sculptures, a pavilion overlooking the pond, a bird watching area, and much more.

In 1998, as we celebrated our 75th anniversary, administrators and board members envisioned the transformation of our 56-acre campus into an "Arboretum Woven into a Healing Environment." Landscape architects Carter van Dyke Associates designed an Arboretum plan with seven different gardens that patients, staff, and visitors may enjoy throughout the seasons.

The fragrance of lilacs, the graceful beauty of azaleas in bloom, and the call of wild birds enliven our surroundings, bringing nature a little closer to us. The Arboretum is a healing environment for your mind, body, and spirit.

The Atrium

Our Atrium is a quiet area in the main lobby on the second floor is full of natural light and plants with an inside garden area. This is the waiting area for family members of surgical. Here you will find a selection of magazines, an exhibit of the history of Anesthesia and a painting by Daniel Garber, a Buck's County impressionist. Along the perimeter is a collection of black and white photographs, by local photographer Edmund Eckstein, that portray healing as it is practiced at Doylestown Hospital.

Byers Reflection Garden

The reflection garden is located in front of the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion. Attractive plantings and a seatwall curve around the “Dance of the Cranes” by sculptor John Raimondi. The fluid design of the sculpture suggests different symbols from different angles and was installed so that the first item visitors see when approaching the building is a heart.

The Chapel

Our chapel is furnished with contemporary Nakashima altar, chairs, bench, and bookcase. It is a place of quiet sanctuary for prayer, meditation, or just sitting.

Fred Beans Family Waiting Area

Our family waiting area is situated adjacent to One Vision Café in the Gorsky Atrium. This quiet place offers comfortable, flexible seating arrangements for your family and visitors, made cozier by soft lighting and a welcoming fireplace.

Fresh Inspirations Cafeteria

Our cafeteria is located on the ground floor of the hospital. When meals are not being served, you may find a quiet place to sit.

Patient and Family Quiet Room

Our Patient and Family Quiet Room is located next to the main lobby elevators is furnished by a donor who has adopted this room and takes pride in adding new items each year. Its soft light, delicate settee and dark colors give this room a feeling of a small nook at home where you can find peace and quiet.

The VIA Past Presidents' Garden

Our Village Improvement Association (VIA) Past Presidents' Garden is located just outside the back exit of the Main Lobby. The garden has two bronze sculptures: one honoring the VIA and another of a girl with a watering can. It is a secluded outdoor area with butterfly bushes and a variety of small, flowering plants that create a tranquil setting.

Chaplains and Pastoral Care Services

Being sick and in the hospital is difficult for you and your family. Pastoral Care is here to help by providing emotional and spiritual support, and an open, listening ear.

Experienced, well-trained chaplains are available to provide spiritual care to you and your family during your hospital stay. All spiritual services are offered with respect and acceptance of individual religious or spiritual practices. You heal better when you feel heard and seen.

Chaplain services are available 24 hours a day. Trained chaplains are in the hospital Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, and are on-call at other times for emergencies. Rabbis, Catholic Priests, Protestant Ministers, and clergy of other faiths can be contacted upon request.

If you could use extra support, please contact us. Perhaps you are struggling with decision-making, processing a new diagnosis, or making the transition to comfort care: in all of these situations and more, a listening ear and non-judgmental caring presence can make a difference. To contact Pastoral Care, you can call extension 2269 if you are within the hospital, ask your nurse to contact Pastoral Care, or call the Operator. You can also reach Pastoral Care from outside the hospital at 215.345.2269.
The Mary and Gerald Santucci Chapel

Our Mary and Gerald Santucci Chapel is located in our hospital and offers a safe space of sanctuary for prayer, meditation, or quiet reflection for all people: patients, family members, and staff. There are a variety of spiritual books and prayers available for your use in the bookcase. Our Chapel is also used for hospital community-wide worship services to mark Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Christmas, and Good Friday, as well as upon request for departments mourning the loss of a co-worker

Hospital Amenities

Amenities and Services available on-site:
Fresh Inspirations

Our cafeteria, Fresh Inspirations, is located on the Ground Floor of the North Wing (outside entrance under the bridge between the hospital and Pavilion) and is open the following hours:

Monday through Sunday, including holidays

  • Breakfast: 7 am to 10 am
  • Lunch: 11 am to 2 pm
  • Dinner: 4 pm to 7 pm

Night Shift Grab & Go meals: 2 am to 3 am, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.

One Vision Café

Our One Vision Café, located in the Gorsky Atrium of the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion, offers heart-healthy menu options including: grab-and-go and made-to-order salads, soups, sandwiches, and smoothies.

Monday through Friday

  • 7:30 am to 2:30 pm
  • Closed on holidays
The Well Bean Café

Our Well Bean Café serves gourmet coffee, refreshing beverages, pastries, sandwiches, and snacks. The Well Bean Café is located in the Main Lobby.

Monday through Friday
  • 6 am to 4:30 pm
  • Closed on holidays
Vending Rooms

Refreshments may be purchased in our Vending Room, adjacent to the North Lobby, all day and after hours.

**For your added convenience, Doylestown Hospital's dining establishments accept credit cards for purchases. Fresh Inspirations Cafeteria, the One Vision Café, and the Well Bean Café take Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and Diners Club.




On a functional level, our ArtWalk is simply a passageway that connects the Parking Garage to the main hospital building. But in reality, it is so much more!

When you enter our ArtWalk, you are transported to a world of color, light, and texture as you make your way into the building. The 308-foot long ArtWalk showcases the talents of artists from the local community, ranging from well-known painters to youngsters from Children's Village daycare and area schools.

ArtWalk visitors will delight the variety of media displayed, including photography, oils, pastels, pencil drawings, watercolors, and the occasional quilt. The ArtWalk is well lit and has benches built in if you choose to rest a while.

The artwork rotates every three months. Each piece includes information about the artist who has loaned the pieces to our hospital for the three-month period. Our ArtWalk gives local artists an opportunity to share their creativity with the hundreds of people who will pass through every day. It also provides a pleasant atmosphere for those who stroll its length as they make their way to or from the building.

The ArtWalk is open daily from 5:30 am until 10 pm. If you wish to visit the ArtWalk, take the Parking Garage Elevator or the North Elevator nearest the Gift Shop to the ground level.

The gift shop is located in the North Lobby of the hospital.

Operated by Lori's Gifts, the shop offers a wide variety of gifts including fresh flowers, balloons, greeting cards, stuffed animals, figurines, home décor items, candles and lotions, and jewelry. The shop also provides delivery services to the rooms of hospitalized patients at no additional charge.

Three ways to make a purchase:

In Person

Visit the North Lobby of Doylestown Hospital
595 West State Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
215.345.2238

Online

Place orders online for FREE SAME-DAY DELIVERY from our Gift Shop directly to patients in the hospital.

Shop Online for Gifts, Flowers, and Balloons

By Phone

Please call 215.345.2238 to place your phone order during gift shop business hours.

All orders will be delivered at no charge to the patient room on the day the order is received, unless it is received after business hours.

For your convenience, we accept Cash, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express.

Hours

  • Monday through Friday 9 am to 8 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday 10 am to 7 pm

Special Features

  • Customer Reward Program: Earn Gift Shop Rewards by accumulating points on all qualified purchases.
  • Weekly Special Promotions: Be sure to ask about this week's current feature.

You, your family as well as other visitors have access to a wireless internet connection throughout most of the Doylestown Hospital (DH) main campus. The name of the wireless Patient/Visitor Guest network is: DH PUBLIC ACCESS. DH Management Information Services broadcasts internet service via wireless access points within the hospital. Users can connect to this service using a connection called "DH PUBLIC ACCESS". This wireless connection will appear automatically with a wireless network card.

Please note: All users of our wireless internet services must agree to and comply with the DH Acceptable Use Policy. Read the DH Acceptable Use Policy.

Guidelines for Laptop Safety

  • Laptop computers that have wireless access are required to meet the same requirements outlined in our Cell Phone policy. Should any interference with medical equipment be noted, the patient's computer use will be prohibited.
  • Care should be taken with all power cords to avoid creating tripping hazards. Never use a laptop that has a frayed or damaged power cord.
  • Nursing staff must be alert to the patient's ability to use the equipment safely during the course of the patients stay, and prohibit the use of devices as the situation warrants.
  • All line-powered devices should have at least one of the following marks, Underwriters Laboratories (UL), Canadian Standards Association (CSA), Intertek Testing Services NA Inc. (ITSNA), or MET Laboratories Inc (MET).
  • Always operate your laptop on a hard surface such as a table or bed tray that will allow proper ventilation.
  • Shut down your laptop and unplug all accessories when not in use to prevent overheating.
  • Always consult with the patient's caregiver prior to plugging a laptop into an outlet.
  • Patients / Visitors must have their own laptop in order to connect to the wireless internet. DH does not provide laptops or loaners, and cannot help troubleshoot your device. You must contact the manufacturer or operating system vendor for assistance with your personal device.
  • DH requires that you adhere to the Acceptable Use Policy, which will be displayed when you first connect to DH's Internet wireless network: DH PUBLIC ACCESS.
  • DH is not responsible for the security of your laptop or other wireless devices, nor can DH provide a secure storage space for your laptop. The hospital cannot be held responsible if an individual's laptop is stolen, damaged, or comes in contact with fluids or radioactive material.
  • All audible sound, alarms, and web cams must be turned off on your laptop at all times. Please use headphones if sound is required.

We strive to create a healing environment for our patients, family members, and visitors who wish to clear their mind, reflect, and renew. Please visit one of our information desks for a map of these tranquil spots.

The Arboretum

Our Arboretum is woven throughout our 56 acres of campus and is a healing environment for the mind, body, and spirit. The Arboretum is beautifully landscaped throughout the year with a variety of flowering plants and shrubs. In addition, there are bronze sculptures, a pavilion overlooking the pond, a bird watching area, and much more.

In 1998, as we celebrated our 75th anniversary, administrators and board members envisioned the transformation of our 56-acre campus into an "Arboretum Woven into a Healing Environment." Landscape architects Carter van Dyke Associates designed an Arboretum plan with seven different gardens that patients, staff, and visitors may enjoy throughout the seasons.

The fragrance of lilacs, the graceful beauty of azaleas in bloom, and the call of wild birds enliven our surroundings, bringing nature a little closer to us. The Arboretum is a healing environment for your mind, body, and spirit.

The Atrium

Our Atrium is a quiet area in the main lobby on the second floor is full of natural light and plants with an inside garden area. This is the waiting area for family members of surgical. Here you will find a selection of magazines, an exhibit of the history of Anesthesia and a painting by Daniel Garber, a Buck's County impressionist. Along the perimeter is a collection of black and white photographs, by local photographer Edmund Eckstein, that portray healing as it is practiced at Doylestown Hospital.

Byers Reflection Garden

The reflection garden is located in front of the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion. Attractive plantings and a seatwall curve around the “Dance of the Cranes” by sculptor John Raimondi. The fluid design of the sculpture suggests different symbols from different angles and was installed so that the first item visitors see when approaching the building is a heart.

The Chapel

Our chapel is furnished with contemporary Nakashima altar, chairs, bench, and bookcase. It is a place of quiet sanctuary for prayer, meditation, or just sitting.

Fred Beans Family Waiting Area

Our family waiting area is situated adjacent to One Vision Café in the Gorsky Atrium. This quiet place offers comfortable, flexible seating arrangements for your family and visitors, made cozier by soft lighting and a welcoming fireplace.

Fresh Inspirations Cafeteria

Our cafeteria is located on the ground floor of the hospital. When meals are not being served, you may find a quiet place to sit.

Patient and Family Quiet Room

Our Patient and Family Quiet Room is located next to the main lobby elevators is furnished by a donor who has adopted this room and takes pride in adding new items each year. Its soft light, delicate settee and dark colors give this room a feeling of a small nook at home where you can find peace and quiet.

The VIA Past Presidents' Garden

Our Village Improvement Association (VIA) Past Presidents' Garden is located just outside the back exit of the Main Lobby. The garden has two bronze sculptures: one honoring the VIA and another of a girl with a watering can. It is a secluded outdoor area with butterfly bushes and a variety of small, flowering plants that create a tranquil setting.

Being sick and in the hospital is difficult for you and your family. Pastoral Care is here to help by providing emotional and spiritual support, and an open, listening ear.

Experienced, well-trained chaplains are available to provide spiritual care to you and your family during your hospital stay. All spiritual services are offered with respect and acceptance of individual religious or spiritual practices. You heal better when you feel heard and seen.

Chaplain services are available 24 hours a day. Trained chaplains are in the hospital Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, and are on-call at other times for emergencies. Rabbis, Catholic Priests, Protestant Ministers, and clergy of other faiths can be contacted upon request.

If you could use extra support, please contact us. Perhaps you are struggling with decision-making, processing a new diagnosis, or making the transition to comfort care: in all of these situations and more, a listening ear and non-judgmental caring presence can make a difference. To contact Pastoral Care, you can call extension 2269 if you are within the hospital, ask your nurse to contact Pastoral Care, or call the Operator. You can also reach Pastoral Care from outside the hospital at 215.345.2269.
The Mary and Gerald Santucci Chapel

Our Mary and Gerald Santucci Chapel is located in our hospital and offers a safe space of sanctuary for prayer, meditation, or quiet reflection for all people: patients, family members, and staff. There are a variety of spiritual books and prayers available for your use in the bookcase. Our Chapel is also used for hospital community-wide worship services to mark Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Christmas, and Good Friday, as well as upon request for departments mourning the loss of a co-worker