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The generosity of our community strengthens our resilience and inspires us to persevere in the face of every challenge—as we have for nearly one hundred years. With ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health, we are investing in our future and our tradition of compassionate, life-saving patient care.
Join us today with a gift that invests in health and excellence.
ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health is a comprehensive fundraising campaign that will transform healthcare delivery in our community. All gifts made to Doylestown Health will advance the campaign toward its goal of raising $100 million—increased in 2021 from the original $75 million goal— in recognition of the hospital’s centennial year in 2023.
The new Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Center at Doylestown Hospital provides a centralized home for both cardiac rehabilitation and pulmonary rehabilitation services. Located on the ground floor of the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion, it is within easy reach of the Woodall Center for Heart and Vascular Care and the Clark Center for Critical Care Medicine, Doylestown Health’s award-winning heart and critical care services.
On Saturday, December 4, 2021, Doylestown Health held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Children’s Village, which will be rebuilt on the Doylestown Hospital campus for a scheduled opening in 2023. The former Children’s Village, which operated on the hospital campus for 35 years, was destroyed by a tornado in August 2020. Soon after, Doylestown Health announced that rebuilding would be a new priority of ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health, and demolition took place in November 2021.
Doylestown Health Foundation is proud to recognize gifts made by Associates, Medical Staff, and Friends of the Heart Institute totaling $250 or more to ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health between July 1, 2016, and June 30, 2020. On November 18, 2021, three freestanding donor recognition panels were installed in the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion at Doylestown Hospital in honor of these donors.
In answer to the growing need for innovation in breast cancer diagnostics, Doylestown Health has made the expansion of the accredited Women’s Diagnostic Center at Doylestown Hospital the newest priority of ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health. The Doylestown Health Women’s Diagnostic Center will formally open as the Clark Center for Breast Imaging.
Doylestown Health Foundation is pleased to present this special film on the latest advances in diagnostic imaging at Doylestown Hospital, featuring interviews with Kevin C. Fillmore, MD, and Michele Kopach, MD as they explore the development of the diagnostic program, its importance in preventive healthcare, and the rising need in our community for these services.
On Wednesday, April 14, 2021, Doylestown Health celebrated a comprehensive campaign milestone with the ribbon-cutting and dedication of the Clark Center for Critical Care Medicine, featuring the new 32-bed Putman Intensive Care/Intermediate Unit (ICU/IMU), located on the third floor of the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion. Read about the event here.
The Clark Center for Critical Care Medicine at Doylestown Health provides specialized care to patients with serious, immediate healthcare needs. Clark Critical Care encompasses all critical care services at Doylestown Hospital, including the new 32-bed Putman Intensive Care/Intermediate Unit (ICU/IMU). On April 19, patients were relocated from the hospital’s south wing to the Putman ICU/IMU while care continued to be delivered seamlessly.
On Thursday, December 3, 2020, Doylestown Health celebrated a comprehensive campaign milestone with a private ribbon-cutting and dedication of the Clark Outpatient Rehabilitation Center, which also features the Thompson Family Waiting Area and Levy Conference Room on the first floor of the new Doylestown Health Ambulatory Center. Read about the event here.
Designed with an emphasis on efficiency and convenience, the Clark Outpatient Rehabilitation Center is located on the first floor of the Doylestown Health Ambulatory Center and provides a one-stop location for all outpatient therapy multidisciplinary care. Learn more about the Clark Outpatient Rehabilitation Center.
On Thursday, August 27, 2020, the Byers family gathered to celebrate the ribbon-cutting and dedication of the Byers Reflection Garden – named in honor of the family’s generosity to Doylestown Health – outside of the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion. Read a recap of the event.
On December 17, 2019, major donors gathered with local dignitaries, cardiovascular critical care staff, and Doylestown Health leadership to celebrate the ribbon-cutting for the Woodall Center for Heart and Vascular Care, and the reveal of the three-story major donor recognition wall in the newly completed Gorsky Atrium of the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion.
Doylestown Health celebrates a major milestone in the construction of the new, state-of-the-art Woodall Center for Heart and Vascular Care building with the ceremonial Topping Off of the steel structure. Nearly 700 people left their mark on the 20′ special steel beam which was signed by Doylestown Health donors, associates, community partners, and friends.
The groundbreaking ceremony for the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion took place on September 24, 2017. From there, construction proceeded rapidly while a special time-lapse camera recorded the process at intervals every day for over two years. Learn more about the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion.
Designed in recognition of the tremendous generosity of those donors who supported the development of the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion and ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health, the three-story donor recognition wall in the Gorsky Atrium is a triumph of art and architecture. Many hands and many careful hours of planning and installation made this masterpiece come to life.
The culmination of years of planning, careful thought, and innovative design, the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion ushers in a new era in the history of Doylestown Health. The patient experience is at the heart of every decision, and meticulous attention to detail ensures that we are creating a unique, comprehensive environment in which to deliver exceptional care.
Construction on the Doylestown Hospital campus has been in full swing. Enjoy this fly by video of the construction progress in January 2019.
Designed using the latest technology and with extensive input from clinical staff, the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion is an outstanding achievement.
Enjoy a tour of the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion Second Floor Reception area.
Join us for a tour of the nurse station and a patient room in the Woodall Center for Heart and Vascular Care, now operating on the second floor of the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion.
Aesthetic and structural improvements to the hospital’s main entrance will highlight the warm welcome traditionally given by our hospital staff and volunteers. New, streamlined pathways through the interior of the hospital will help patients, families, and visitors navigate our facility and enhance the patient and visitor experience.
Many thanks to everyone who supported the 20th Annual Doylestown Health Foundation Raffle! This year’s raffle raised nearly $80,000 in support of rebuilding Children’s Village. The winning tickets were drawn on Facebook and Instagram Live on Friday, November 19, 2021, at 1 p.m. EST.
The Annual Doylestown Health Foundation Special Recognition Reception honors our most generous supporters. We were pleased to host the event in the Byers’ Choice Formal Gardens, and celebrate both those who continue to give year after year, and those new to our family of donors.
With sincere gratitude for their support, we were pleased to host donors and their families in the Doylestown Health Foundation Hospitality Tent at the Bucks County Classic. From cheering the racers and ringing cowbells, to catching up with friends, it was a memorable day for everyone.
Many thanks to everyone who supported the 19th Annual Doylestown Health Foundation Raffle! This year’s raffle raised over $71,000 in support of the Doylestown Health Women’s Diagnostic Center. The winning tickets were drawn on Facebook Live on Friday, November 13, 2020, at 3 p.m. EST.
A birth story comes full circle as Nicole welcomed her second child at the Doylestown Health VIA Maternity Center. Learn more about Nicole and the numerous grateful patients like her.
The Village Improvement Association of Doylestown (VIA) was founded in 1895 by fourteen women concerned with the wellbeing of their community. In 1923, they established the first Doylestown Hospital. The VIA continues to oversee governance of Doylestown Health to this day. Doylestown Health Foundation is proud of the longstanding leadership and philanthropic support of the VIA. Congratulations on 125 years of serving the community!
We invite you to watch a new short film, “Leading Through a Crisis with Extraordinary Resilience,” that highlights Doylestown Health’s rapid response to the pandemic, and the care we took to protect our Associates and patients.
Part I: Leading Through A Crisis
Pandemic Preparedness and Response
The first installment of our historic documentary, “Leading Through a Crisis,” showcases Doylestown Health’s rapid and innovative response to the COVID-19 pandemic, from the earliest news of the virus and through the first surge in Bucks County.
Part II: Extraordinary Resilience
Evolution and Future Outlook
This chapter offers an in-depth look at hospital operations, patient testimonials, and how procedures and protocols adopted during the first surge of the pandemic have positioned Doylestown Health to continue to lead the region, and prepare better for the future.
Join us for a virtual tour of part of the Doylestown Hospital Art Walk, where signs, messages, posters, and cards from our community are proudly displayed. Learn more about how our community has supported us during this time.
On Thursday, May 7, 2020, Doylestown Hospital welcomed Philly Strong: Feeding our Local Heroes—a local food truck initiative arranged by Aardvark Mobile Tours of Conshohocken with support from Bimbo Bakeries USA, Dietz & Watson, Herr’s, and Ardmore Toyota. Larry Borden, CEO and Founder of Aardvark, organized Philly Strong to thank healthcare workers and first responders in the Philadelphia region.
On April 13, 2020, Doylestown Health invited the community to come together from a distance and send messages of hope and encouragement to our healthcare heroes on the front lines. They responded with an outpouring of support including prayers, photos, music, and artwork that we are honored to share here.
On March 30, 2020, we recognized National Doctors Day by honoring our doctors and clinical staff for the work they do every day. We were overwhelmed with messages of love and gratitude from our community. Here are a few of them that show how much our community cherishes and honors our hospital staff. See more of our community’s generosity.
As we welcome the new year, we look ahead with unwavering gratitude for your support. Your gifts, and the tremendous generosity of our community, strengthen our resilience and inspire us to persevere in the face of every challenge—as we have for nearly one hundred years.
As we look to the new year, we know that Doylestown Health’s future is bright thanks to the generosity of our community.
From our family at Doylestown Health to yours: As we enter the new year, our vision—One Vision—for 2020 and beyond is even clearer.
We extend our warmest wishes to you and yours and are delighted to share this new year’s greeting with you. Please take a moment to view our message of heartfelt appreciation.