Every gift matters at Doylestown Health. As a non-profit health system, Doylestown Health relies on each and every philanthropic gift, no matter the size, to deliver the highest level of patient care with the most advanced technologies and treatment options. By supporting us through annual, leadership, and planned giving, and through corporate partnerships, our generous donors have allowed Doylestown Health to become a leader in innovation and health care delivery. Here are just a few of their inspirational stories.
As Honorary Chairs of ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health, Pat and Alex Gorsky have helped elevate philanthropy and made transformational gifts to support cardiovascular health services and the new Children’s Village, among other priorities.
Nearly 170 members of the Doylestown Health medical staff collectively contributed $2 million, reaching a record-setting philanthropic giving goal as part of ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health.
With their recent philanthropic gifts to Pine Run Retirement Community, Alice and Bob Vernon continue their decades-long support for organizations that create a more vibrant Bucks County.
Gifts from John S. McManus, Inc. have supported philanthropic initiatives at Doylestown Health for decades, including title sponsorships of the annual golf outing and gifts for the hospital’s global humanitarian relief efforts. They also named a pediatric procedure room in the Surgical Suite area in loving memory of Eileen.
As steadfast supporters of Doylestown Health, Dick and Angela Clark, in partnership with their daughters, Kelly and Lisa, made a transformational gift through their foundation to create the Clark Center for Breast Imaging at Doylestown Hospital.
As Pine Run Retirement Community celebrates its 45th anniversary, its picturesque campus and lush landscape continue to benefit from transformational philanthropic investments through ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health.
Jim and Jean Clark’s leadership gift to ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health has helped establish the new Pharmacy Residency Program at Doylestown Hospital, advancing education and clinical pharmacy innovation to benefit patients and providers across the health system.
With a unique fundraising challenge, the Boards of Trustees for Doylestown Hospital and Doylestown Health Foundation invited the community to join them in honoring the doctors, nurses, and volunteers of Doylestown Health for their exceptional compassion and dedication.
Through volunteering and her support of ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health, Dr. Chanchal Khanna deepens her connections with patients at Doylestown Hospital and fellow Villagers at Pine Run Retirement Community.
Howard and Lisa Brown put their faith, hope, and trust in Doylestown Hospital as Howard’s life hung in the balance after he tested positive for COVID-19.
An innovative Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) procedure gives Jack a new lease on life.
A birth story comes full circle as Nicole welcomes her second child at the Doylestown Health VIA Maternity Center.
A breast cancer journey brings a new perspective on life for Mary Ann.
When Doylestown Health Foundation invited the community to partake in a virtual rally event during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Andrea and Ed Noonan were inspired to share a message and make a gift to strengthen Doylestown Hospital’s response efforts.
Marge and Rick Volpe have long supported a wide range of worthy causes, with giving spanning the globe, and now landing closer to home with their recent gifts to Doylestown Health.
A personal commitment to health and wellness unites Fred Beans’ philosophies on business and philanthropy.
Together with his children and grandchildren, Frank Terry, founder of Marvic Supply Company, is a proponent of making a difference in the community.
For Joyce and Bob Byers, Sr., the joy of giving launched successful careers and a thriving family business that allows them to make a difference year-round.
For Barb and Tom Hebel, the roots of their community involvement run deep across Bucks County—with Doylestown Health as a centerpiece of their generosity.
A life-saving intervention at Doylestown Hospital inspires patient Grey Warner to give back.
Accomplished potter Sylvia Roman helps Pine Run Retirement Community rejuvenate a beloved artistic space.
Philanthropic Investments Advance Next Phase of Critical Care Medicine at Doylestown Health.
With a leadership gift to ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health, this generous support will strengthen Doylestown Hospital’s ability to continue to offer the very latest in medical imaging technology.
Sharing their time and talent with others has kept Norm and Jean Leister active during their 63-year marriage. Now, as residents of Doylestown Health’s Pine Run Retirement Community, their boundless spirit of generosity and volunteerism takes shape with a philanthropic gift to support campus expansion through the One Vision campaign.
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A heartfelt note of thanks from a surgeon acknowledges the outstanding care he received at Doylestown Hospital and the team of colleagues who delivered it.
John Conway is adept at evaluating a winning enterprise. After a personal introduction to Doylestown Health, he was inspired to make a leadership gift to support the new Center for Heart and Vascular Care.
Since the beginning, the women leaders of the Village Improvement Association of Doylestown (VIA) have personified caring leadership by designing innovative ways to meet the changing healthcare needs of the Doylestown community.
As Jack and Carol developed plans for retirement, they chose to create a Charitable Remainder Trust as a way to create income, save taxes, and give back to Doylestown Health.
Through his 40+ years as a Bucks County-based financial adviser, Bill knew from experience that his financial and philanthropic goals could easily align to benefit an organization close to his heart.
Carol and Louis Della Penna’s generous investment in 2014 helped make the hospital’s vision of a new inpatient pediatric center a reality. Now, the Della Penna Pediatric Center is helping to save the lives of countless children.
At 92, Bob Ervin is a gentleman who genuinely appreciates a job well done. After undergoing Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) at Doylestown Health's Richard A. Reif Heart Institute, he recognized the people and the organization who cared for him so well.
Stephen Hirt spent his career raising funds for charitable, non-profit organizations. Today, as a grateful Doylestown Health patient, volunteer, and leader, the tables have turned--and he is the one proudly giving back.
Healthcare champions Jeanne and John Hubbard are the embodiment of a quintessential partnership. Doylestown Health Foundation recently spoke with them about their ongoing involvement and philanthropic support.
Driven by their gratitude for exceptional care, Bill and Mary Lee Lieser's decision to include Doylestown Health in their estate plans will benefit patients well into the future. Like so many of our donors, their generosity is the cornerstone of our success.
Pat Counihan and his wife Carol, long term Doylestown residents with a strong, local family history, know all too well the importance of a quick-thinking medical team.
In the game of golf, a “mulligan” is the equivalent of a do-over. As a golfer, Steve Novello appreciates just how much this term applies to his own life.
Need something at the grocery store? If you’re in the Warminster, PA area, you can head to the ShopRite for milk, bread, eggs – and support for better health.
A track record of success matters to William Mulligan. It is something he considers carefully when making investment decisions, both as a breeder of harness racers and a consumer of healthcare.
Leaders. Volunteers. Supporters. Innovators. For more than 30 years, Marv and Dee Ann Woodall have applied their personal and professional experiences to advancing life-saving technologies and life-changing opportunities at Doylestown Health. Jim Brexler, President and CEO, recently spoke with them about their continued involvement.
Emotions run high, and life becomes more complicated, when a child is admitted to the hospital. Pediatric patients are often fearful, parents struggle with anxiety and fatigue, siblings at home must be cared for and households need to be managed. Helen Clemens is a mom who knows the scenario all too well.
Decades before the concept of crowdsourcing and Kickstarter campaigns were common, local Bucks County businessman Herman Silverman invited three friends and business associates to lunch to discuss an important need at the newly built Doylestown Hospital. It was 1978, and Silverman had recently experienced chest pain (angina).
Debbie Minford Dailey turned a cancer diagnosis into a mission to help other women.
In 2011, devoted husband Jim Stumpf was forced to seek help for his wife Donna when her increasing health care requirements outweighed his heartfelt, but increasingly limited, caregiving ability. He turned to Doylestown Health’s Pine Run Retirement Community, which Jim decided would best meet Donna’s needs for Alzheimer’s care.
Beth Ann Hirschmann, her seven siblings and their extended family experienced all of this and more when their parents, residents at Pine Run Retirement Community, suddenly experienced dual health crises.
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