Restricted Visitor Policy

Doylestown Hospital implemented a RESTRICTED visitor policy in light of COVID-19. Learn More

Information on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Doylestown Health Urgent Care does not collect specimens for COVID-19 testing. Screening on the Doylestown Hospital campus is for those who are pre-registered as medically necessary. Learn more

Cancer Support Groups Serving Doylestown and the Community

Cancer Support Groups Serving Doylestown and the Community

Doylestown Health's Cancer Institute offers cancer support groups at the hospital or through community-based regional programs. We offer a wide range of services, educational resources and social activities including:

  • Doylestown Health Cancer Support Groups

    Doylestown Health cancer support groups meet at Doylestown Hospital or at the Health and Wellness Center in Warrington, PA. Individuals who are diagnosed with or affected by cancer are welcome to attend. Groups cover various topics including living with cancer, life after cancer treatment, managing treatment side effects and bereavement support.

  • Cancer Support Community Greater Philadelphia at Doylestown Hospital (formerly Gilda's Club)

    Cancer Support Community at Doylestown Hospital is a free membership program for anyone affected by cancer. The club is part of the Delaware Valley chapter and provides support groups; networking, educational and social activities; seminars; post-treatment survivor services and much more. The Cancer Support Community office is located in the hospital, near the Main Lobby. Look for the club’s signature "Red Door!"

  • Young Women's Cancer Survival Coalition

    The Young Women's Cancer Survival Coalition helps young women with cancer face the unique challenges that affect them, such as higher mortality rates, fertility and childcare issues, and the possibility of early menopause.

  • The American Cancer Society

    The American Cancer Society has many free resources that help support cancer patients, caregivers, community leaders or volunteers, health care professionals, or someone who wants to know about programs and services in the Bucks/Chester/Delaware/Montgomery communities.

Blog Posts

Jim Brexler speaks with Doylestown Township Manager Stephanie Mason
COVID-19: Beating the Pandemic Together

Doylestown Health President and CEO Jim Brexler, Ron Strouse, Doylestown Borough Mayor, and Stephanie Mason, Doylestown Township Manager, discuss COVID-19.

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