Award-winning cardiovascular care within reach

With One Vision, the new state-of-the-art Dee Ann and Marvin Woodall Center for Heart and Vascular Care expands the depth and scope of Doylestown Health’s nationally recognized cardiovascular services and provides enhanced access to patients throughout the region. Centralized within the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion, Doylestown Health’s Woodall Center for Heart and Vascular Care features an endovascular hybrid procedural suite, upgraded equipment, and advanced technologies. An advanced pre- and post-operative suite and the 28-bed Della Penna Cardiovascular Intensive Care/Interventional Unit (CVICU/IVU) enhance patient safety, comfort, and privacy. Woodall Heart and Vascular also includes the Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Suite on the first floor, opened in 2021
MaryAnn Williamson
MD, FACC, board-certified cardiologist
In this new facility, we’re using our decades of experience and best practice in heart and vascular care to do more of what we do best–take care of our patients like family and provide them with the best outcomes. This setting is completely state-of-the-art and patient-centered at the same time. This is a new day for heart and vascular care in Doylestown and beyond.”
Center for Heart and Vascular Care

Designed for Healing

Evidence-based design places our new facility at the forefront of today’s medicine. The Woodall Center for Heart and Vascular Care incorporates features and amenities that seamlessly integrate the highest levels of clinical care and patient privacy with a special focus on wellness and comfort.
Designed for healing room | Doylestown Health
Center for Heart and Vascular Care

Project Highlights

  • 28 new private patient rooms with “zoned” areas designated for clinicians, patients, and families
  • The state-of-the-art Endovascular Hybrid Operating Suite integrates the latest technology and techniques in minimally invasive surgery
  • 20 private bays create distinct areas for pre-procedural care and post-op recovery, enhancing patient comfort and privacy
  • New clinical space houses upgraded equipment and advanced diagnostic and imaging technologies
  • The configuration of nursing stations and other clinical functions throughout dramatically reduces ambient noise throughout the unit
  • The One Vision Café offers heart-healthy menu options for breakfast and lunch
  • Natural light, soothing colors, and signature artwork create a more relaxing and uplifting environment for patients and visitors
  • Elegantly appointed family and visitor waiting areas provide comfortable spaces to gather in support of loved ones
  • This facility connects seamlessly with the existing Doylestown Hospital through the new Shindell Concourse

In addition to housing a comprehensive cardiovascular program, the third floor of the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion accommodates the newly established Clark Center for Critical Care Medicine, serving as a new home for the hospital’s 32-bed state-of-the-art Putman ICU/IMU.

Providers inside an operating room discussing charts | Doylestown Health