ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health has reached another milestone with more than $80 million in contributions and pledges as of October 2021.
The campaign, launched with a silent phase in 2016 and publicly in 2018, started with a goal of reaching $75 million, which was increased to $100 million in January after the campaign reached its goal ahead of schedule due to generous donations. Support from thousands of donors—many of them first-time contributors to the health system—has allowed philanthropy to advance Doylestown Health’s strategic vision.
Within the last two years, completion of the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion, the Clark Outpatient Rehabilitation Center, the Pine Run Community Center, and other capital projects has accelerated the hospital’s growth and expanded the health system’s ability to treat patients across a wide spectrum of preventive and acute care. More information about the current campaign priorities, such as rebuilding Children’s Village and relocating and expanding the Women’s Diagnostic Center, now reopened as the Clark Center for Breast Imaging, can be found here.
Support is still needed to meet the $100 million goal by the campaign’s planned conclusion in 2023, and many naming opportunities are still available.