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Happy National Doctor's Day to all the physicians that keep us healthy and heal us when we're sick. We thank you for all that you do! Share your thanks in the comments below to recognize your favorite doc! ‪#‎DoctorsDay‬
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Doylestown Health recently celebrated Certified Nurses Day to honor this group of exemplary nurses ➨ http://bit.ly/1IsoNlm
Doylestown Health celebrates its certified nurses. The letters behind the nurse’s name represent knowledge, commitment and improved patient care.
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There are more than 1 million colon cancer survivors in the U.S today. Doylestown Health’s nationally-accredited Cancer Institute offers comprehensive care and support services. Schedule a colonoscopy screening today ➨ http://bit.ly/1Ik3eDi 
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It's here . . . Welcome back spring, we missed you!
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New study suggests breastfeeding linked to higher IQ and income ➨ http://bit.ly/1biYYcw
A study that followed more than 3,000 babies into adulthood found those who were breast-fed had slightly higher IQ test scores, stayed in school longer and earned more money as adults.
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It's National Certified Nurses Day! Thanks to our nurses for their dedication to our patients Happy Certified Nurses Day! 
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Are kitchen towels making you sick? http://bit.ly/1bEwt9a
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Jim Brexler, CEO, @DoylestownHlth, explains how healthcare systems can transform into proactive organizations that better serve patient communities ➨ http://bit.ly/1EYzqLE
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Angelina Jolie, who has the BRCA1 gene which increases your risk of developing breast cancer and ovarian cancer, recently announced she had her ovaries removed to prevent cancer. Learn more about BRCA and assessing your personal risk for breast and ovarian cancer ➨ http://bit.ly/1HAMESg
Angelina Jolie, who has the BRCA1 gene which increases your risk of developing breast cancer and ovarian cancer, recently announced she had her ovaries removed to prevent cancer.
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It's here . . . Welcome back spring, we missed you!
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Can colon cancer be prevented? It starts with screening and includes healthy lifestyle changes. http://bit.ly/19F0C7O
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Here's what Audrey Fleck, Doylestown Health's nutritionist, would select, "If I HAD to eat at McDonald’s I’d get the Premium Southwest salad with grilled chicken and only use ½ a pack of dressing. If I’m really hungry, apples and the cuties would be a good choice. I’d probably steal a fry or two from who I’m eating with for the taste!"
The scenario goes a little something like this: You're on a long drive, the road ahead is completely bare and your stomach is making noises louder than the radio. You've eaten all of your healthy road snacks and there's not a restaurant in si...
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595 W State St Doylestown, PA 18901
595 West State StreetUSPennsylvaniaDoylestown18901
(215) 345-2200doylestownhealth.org
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Doylestown Health is an extensive array of coordinated healthcare services that reflects the care you’ve come to expect from Doylestown Hospital.
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"My daughter was premature and stayed in the NICU for about a week and half."
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John Friel
2 months ago
I came to the ER for severe shortness of breath. They said I had pneumonia, and they found a heart condition called Afib., probably caused by the pneumonia. I was admitted for 5 days to cure pneumonia and underwent a 10min procedure to reverse Afib. The entire staff is uniformly good: hospitalists, technicians, but most important nurses. I cannot imagine a higher quality of nursing care throughout the shifts. They also have up-to-date diagnostic and treatment equipment. Some of which can be brought to the room for testing without having to travel throughout the hospital. If I have to be in the hospital, there is no place I would rather be.
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Lorie Schiffgens
3 months ago
I stayed at Doylestown Hospital, started in the ER had a great experience with Nurses and Doctor. I was diagnosed with Pneumonia and quickly was taken care of to help my breathing and chest pain. Once moved to a room the nursing staff assisted to make me as comfortable as possible. Overall great experience.
Susan Wulf
6 months ago
My 97 year old mother was just treated in the ER and ultimately admitted to the hospital for treatment. I can't bestow enough accolades on the medical staff for their dedicated treatment, kindness and positive energy in dealing with my mother. What caring professionals are found at Doylestown Hospital.
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Mathew Hall
a year ago
for the last 2 years i have suffered horribly, not because im afraid that im going to face the same negligence i did when i went to the Doylestown hospital emergency room 2 years ago, but that if i am faced with the same negligence i faced 2 years ago it will confirm the corruption, arrogance, and negligence of the medical system that i fear exists and is rampant. Thus closing off any hope of being healed and i will have no choice but to kill my self in order to escape this suffering that has thus far only been exploited by the medical system. As such i would rather allow my symptoms to destroy every bit of my life slowly and painfully than go to this or any other hospital with out a guarantee that they will do everything in their ability to cure me.
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Cheryl Tomlinson
5 months ago
Everytime I've been in,it has been very nice and plesent. Enjoyed my stay! Doctors are imformative about prcedures or surggery.
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S Rhoades
5 months ago
Since moving to Upper Black Eddy back in 1999, Doylestown Hospital is my go to hospital. I have been to Jefferson, Abington, Graduate and Doylestown is where I prefer to go when having any type of procedure done. The staff is always professional, friendly, positive and trust me, I have a lot of issues and need to be in the hospital quite often. If anyone is considering any type of procedure, please consider having it done at Doylestown Hospital, you won't be disappointed.
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Kristin Bartell-Curtiss
a year ago
I had my second daughter at DH via emergency c-section last month. The experience was very positive re: staff, cleanliness/privacy of the room, availability and assortment of meals. Care was excellent. Something else I really appreciated was complete lack of pressure from nursing staff to breastfeed. For many reasons, SO and I decided that formula was best and I never met any resistance about this, which is very different from the experience I had with my first child at a different hospital in which I was practically forced into a breast pump despite my clearly stated intentions. My daughter was premature and stayed in the NICU for about a week and half. The nurses were completely wonderful and informative. Their level of knowledge and collective experience was evident in their treatment of my child and instruction given to us from start to finish. Just wanted to comment on the review below that claims NICU staff were not accommodating. I was d/c'd after four nights and yes, that meant I had to visit my baby in the hospital like every other parent with a baby in the NICU, also while recovering from a c-section. I don't understand why anyone would expect special treatment, especially to be put up in a room, whether it be for one night or 10 nights. Babies with any special care needs should be in the NICU where the staff can monitor the child in a sanitary, closed environment and not down the hall in another room for Mom's or Dad's convenience. In my opinion, this entitled attitude is the problem, not the hospital's policies.
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Hase Zhang
a year ago
Had a baby at the maternity center but did not have pleasant experience. The hospital room is very small with big air conditioning blowing at you all the time (which left me serious shoulder pain). Even worse is that the nurses do not care about patient and baby at all. Only 1 or 2 showed real care and I appreciate their help. One nurse on night shift even gave me dirty face when I called for help and said I should do everything by myself instead of asking for help (when it's 2 days after my C-section). They chatted loudly outside the patient room through the night.
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