A Message to the Doylestown Health Family and the Community

Jim Brexler, President and CEO: Today we reaffirm our commitment to live by our stated values for equality, diversity and openness. Read More

Restricted Visitor Policy

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

Information on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Your health and well-being is our highest priority. As we welcome you back to services, please continue to stay informed with Doylestown Health's response to COVID-19. Learn more

Mother and Newborn Baby Care

Mother and Newborn Baby Care

From the moment you deliver your baby, you will have access to the very best personalized medical care and resources. Our caring, compassionate staff is here to support you and your newborn. You can remain in the comfort of your private room while our experienced pediatricians, physicians and newborn nurses care for you and your baby. If specialized care is required due to a premature birth or medical complications, our Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Nursery is staffed 24/7 and equipped to provide exceptional care.

Our experienced pediatricians, family practice physicians and newborn nurses provide inpatient newborn care. You and your baby will normally stay for up to 48 hours in the VIA Maternity Center. We encourage you to "room in" with your newborn. Having your baby with you in the room allows for important bonding time.

  • Breastfeeding

    Studies have shown breastfed infants tend to have fewer illnesses, less likely to develop allergies, lower incidence of diabetes in addition to a number of other benefits.

  • Classes

    Our maternity classes can help alleviate some of your concerns, answer your questions, and prepare you and your family for the new addition. Our programs focus on all aspects of pregnancy, infant care and parenting.

  • Resources

    Doylestown Health provides many opportunities for patients to access helpful and educational resources for you and your baby.

Blog Posts

Signs to Prevent a Stroke
What Do You Know About Stroke?

Would you be able to tell if someone was having a stroke? Doylestown Health experts discuss how to tell if someone is having a stroke and what to do about it.

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

(Updated 7/2/20) Doylestown Health is coordinating with federal, state and local agencies to prevent the spread of potential COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

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