Information on Restricted Visitor Policy and Response to COVID-19

Doylestown Health's COVID-19 vaccine offering is restricted by PA Department of Health guidelines.  Find the latest information regarding Doylestown Health's response to COVID, including testing, visitor policies and more. Learn more

Preadmission Testing Announcement

As of Monday, January 25th, all preadmission testing -- with the exception of cardiac and vascular surgeries -- will be performed in the Ambulatory Center and those  patients should park in A4.

Infectious Disease

Infectious Disease

Infectious diseases are caused by microscopic organisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites, and can be spread, directly or indirectly, from one person to another. Many infectious diseases, such as colds, will resolve on their own and are preventable with handwashing, vaccinations and other simple measures. Other infectious diseases are treated with antibiotics, antivirals and other medications.

Doylestown Health's board-certified infectious disease physicians provide specialty expertise to primary care physicians (PCP), internal and family medicine physicians, affiliates such as Pine Run Retirement Community, and other medical professionals in the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment for infectious diseases.

To schedule an appointment with a Doylestown Health Infectious Disease specialist, contact your primary care provider to make a referral.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update from Doylestown Health
Information on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

(Updated 1/25/21) Doylestown Health is coordinating with federal, state and local agencies to prevent the spread of potential COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

A Day in the Life of an ER Doc
A Day in the Life of an ER Doc

The life of an ER doc is never dull--especially during a pandemic. Step into the ER with Doylestown Health Emergency Medicine physician Brenda Foley, MD.

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IBS vs. IBD: What Is the Difference?

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) are two very different gastrointestinal (GI) disorders. Learn the differences.

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