Doylestown Hospital is the flagship of the Doylestown Health system, a connected system of inpatient, outpatient and community services. Doylestown Hospital is nationally and regionally recognized for high quality and innovation. The Hospital has 232 beds and a Medical Staff of more than 425 physicians offering comprehensive healthcare services from childbirth to end-of-life care.
Doylestown Hospital was founded in 1923 as an emergency and maternity hospital and continues to expand services to meet the growing needs of the community. Doylestown Health’s Richard A. Reif Heart Institute is a regional center of excellence for cardiology and cardiac surgery. The AFib Center of the Heart Institute maintains success rates for AFib ablation comparable to the leading AFib centers across the United States. The Cancer Institute of Doylestown Hospital and Penn Radiation Oncology at Doylestown offer comprehensive cancer treatment. The Breast Center of Doylestown Hospital offers a range of breast cancer care including early detection through advanced screening options like 3-D mammography at our accredited diagnostic center, to complex surgical treatments including breast-sparing techniques. The Orthopedic Institute of Doylestown Hospital earned the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for its Hip and Knee Replacement programs in 2015. The Carol and Louis Della Penna Pediatric Center opened in Fall 2014 and offers expert inpatient care to all ages including infants, children and teens.
86% of patients said they would definitely recommend the hospital to others.
82% of patients reported doctors here "always" communicated well - ranking the hospital 3rd in the region.
78% of patients reported their pain was "always" controlled well - ranking the hospital 2nd in the region.
The hospital has a 30-day mortality rate from heart attack of 10.9. That's better than the U.S. rate.
The hospital has a 30-day mortality rate from pneumonia of 11.9. That's no different than the U.S. rate.
The hospital ranks best in the region in measurements of blood infection from a catheter in a large vein, and 42nd in the region in measurements of infection from a urinary catheter.