Doylestown Health is consistent with the COVID-19 recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

Doylestown Health supports continued proactive efforts to prevent an uncontrolled outbreak among our most vulnerable populations, including unvaccinated adults as well as children under 5 who are ineligible for vaccination at this time.

For more Doylestown Health COVID-19 information, visit our COVID-19 Update page.

Pediatric Outreach and Education

Pediatric Outreach and Education

Doylestown Health Pediatric Services extend beyond the Hospital and into the community through partnerships with local school districts and youth organizations.

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    Pediatric Education

    Doylestown Health Pediatric Services extend beyond the hospital setting into the community through partnerships with local school districts, youth organizations and educational foundations.

    Annually, we reach more than 1,400 kids and parents in the community on health topics including stress, proper hand-washing, poison prevention, safety, nutrition and many more.

    For more information about pediatric outreach and education, contact Ashley J. Heidler, MSN, RN, CPN, at 484.680.6822 or email

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    "Hospital" by Doylestown Health at the Bucks County Children's Museum

    Doylestown Health has partnered with the Bucks County Children's Museum in New Hope to present the "Hospital" by Doylestown Health, a brand new educational exhibit. The exhibit features kid-sized hospital equipment and interactive displays, giving kids the chance to learn about their bodies and the medical field.

  • Health Matters

    Health Matters with Doylestown Health

    Doylestown Health and Central Bucks Schools have partnered to produce Health Matters with Doylestown Health, an educational program featuring expert guests from Doylestown Health, the community and the school district. The show brings to light timely topics of interest to local families, and is produced and filmed by students studying broadcasting at Central Bucks Schools, who also act as co-hosts and help develop questions for the panel of guests.

    Viewers can watch Health Matters on the Central Bucks School District cable network, CBTV on Comcast channel 28 and Verizon Fios channel 40 in municipalities that comprise the Central Bucks School District.

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