Free Valet Parking

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

How to Request an Appointment

How to Request an Appointment

It's important to get the care you need when you need it. That's why we make requesting an appointment, test or procedure with our healthcare providers or at our locations a seamless process.

Doctors or Providers

If you would like to schedule an appointment with a doctor or other healthcare provider, simply search by name, specialty, practice, or zip code in our Find a Doctor tool. Here, you will find important practice information to select your provider and the practice phone number to make an appointment.

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Medical Imaging, Tests and Procedures

General Imaging and Procedures

To schedule an imaging test, procedure or laboratory work, please call Central Scheduling at 215.345.2274.

Mammogram Appointments

Request a Mammogram appointment online or by calling 215.345.2274.

Prenatal Testing

Pregnancy ultrasounds, perinatology consultations, and non-stress tests are scheduled in the Prenatal Testing Center: 215.345.2423

Therapy and Wound Care

Cardiac Rehab

To schedule an appointment for Cardiac Rehab Phase 2 (Outpatient EKG-Monitored Rehab) at Doylestown Hospital, please call 215.345.2390

Lymphedema Therapy Management

To schedule an appointment with a Lymphedema therapist, please call 215.345.2892.

Neurologically Impaired Patients

To schedule an appointment for therapy following a brain injury or stroke, please call 215.345.2634.

Outpatient Therapy

To schedule an appointment with Outpatient Therapy at Doylestown Hospital, please call 215.345.2274 (choose option 4).

Wound Care

To schedule an appointment with Wound Care at Doylestown Hospital, please call 267.885.1775.

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After being diagnosed with spontaneous pneumothorax (collapsed lung), Lyons is breathing easier thanks to Doylestown Health’s Della Penna Pediatric Center.

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Seasonal Allergies 101

Spring is in the air (finally), and so is the pollen that causes seasonal allergies. Learn how to manage your allergy symptoms and when it might be time to see the doctor.

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Upcoming Classes and Events

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