In keeping with Doylestown Health’s patient-first philosophy and unwavering dedication to patient safety, the Clark Center for Critical Care Medicine will allow us to provide the next level of specialized and intensive care to our most critically acute patients in a soothing environment of care.
Within the third ﬂoor of the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion, Doylestown Health will expand its successful Intensivist Program, a model in which board-certified physicians (intensivists), who specialize in the care of critically ill patients, are available in the ICU around the clock, seven days a week. In frequent collaboration and consultation with medical-surgical colleagues across disciplines, the intensivist designs a personalized and coordinated care plan for every patient. Together with the highly-skilled care teams in the ICU, the intensivist personally oversees daily multidisciplinary rounding that engages the patient (when possible) and their family members in the care plan.
As a nationally recognized leader in patient safety, Doylestown Hospital’s commitment to this innovative model has already demonstrated improved outcomes for our most vulnerable patients.
“We are grateful to Richard and Angela Clark for sharing our vision of providing a state-of-the-art environment in which we can deliver the highest levels of intensive care and attention with the loving touch that benefits patients and their families.” ~ Les A. Szekely MD, FCCP, DABSM – Medical Director
Spanning the third floor of the Cardiovascular & Critical Care Pavilion, the new Clark Center for Critical Care Medicine will feature:
In addition to housing the Clark Center for Critical Care Medicine, the second floor of the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion is home to the Woodall Center for Heart and Vascular Care and the 28-bed Della Penna Cardiovascular Intensive Care/Interventional Unit, offering the very best in cardiovascular care in the region.
Doylestown Health has been transforming healthcare delivery for nearly a century. With One Vision, philanthropic investments will allow our new Clark Center for Critical Care Medicine to deliver specialized and intensive care to our most critically ill patients at Doylestown Health.
Your gift to our Second Century Fund will ensure the future of healthcare excellence for patients in our community.
Recognition opportunities are available. For more information about the One Vision campaign, and to learn more about naming opportunities, please contact Laura Wortman, Vice president and Chief Development Officer, at 215.345.2122.
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