Doylestown Hospital
595 West State Street, Doylestown, PA 18901 (215) 345-2200
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Lymphedema and Breast Cancer

Infusion Services/Cancer Services

Infusion Services - Much More Than Chemotherapy

The spacious and comfortable Outpatient Infusion unit in The Cancer Institute includes both private rooms and open treatment bays. The unit provides services for patients being treated for cancer, as well as a wide range of medical conditions.

An on-site clinical pharmacist works closely with the patient's physician and with infusion nurses to coordinate care and ensure the best possible outcomes.

Therapies include:

  • Antibiotics, Antivirals and Antifungals
  • Biologic Response Modifiers
  • Bisphosphonates
  • Blood Products
  • Chemotherapy
  • Corticosteriods
  • Endocrine Testing
  • Immune Globulin
  • IV Iron Replacement
  • IV Electrolyte Replacement
  • Phlebotomy
  • Remicade
  • Rituxan
  • Targeted therapies for RA , Chron's & Psoriasis
  • Therapeutic Injections
  • Therapeutic Phlebotomy
  • Xolair

Cancer Services

Cancer Risk Evaluation Program (CREP)

This program is specifically designed for women who want information about their personal risk for breast and ovarian cancer. This comprehensive program is a collaborative effort of Doylestown Hospital and the Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania, one of a select group of cancer centers in the country designated by the National Cancer Institute as a Comprehensive Cancer Center. The free risk-assessment program provides our community access to information, evaluation, and genetic counseling.

To learn more about this program, contact our genetics counselor, Cheryl Knight, at 267-885-1864.

Look Good, Feel Better

The Cancer Institute of Doylestown Hospital, Suite 307, The Pavilion
This American Cancer Society program and demonstration is for women undergoing radiation or chemotherapy treatment. The program covers coping with the side effects of treatment on hair, skin, and nails. This is a free program.

Call 215-345-2261 for information.

Gilda ’s Club

Gilda’s Club at Doylestown Hospital is located on the first floor, around the corner from the Main Lobby. Look for the Red Door. Gilda's Club offers social and emotional support to people living with any type of cancer, and to their families and friends, as well. Support groups, lectures, exercise classes, relaxation workshops, and creative activities are available to anyone in the community affected by cancer. FREE OF CHARGE.

Becoming a member is free and easy. Just come by during Become a Member times; call 215-345-2022; or e-mail Doylestown Hospital’s Gilda’s Club coordinator, Rebecca Garwood, at to set up a time. We’ll answer your questions and help find programs that interest you. Don’t hesitate to call or e-mail with any questions.

Gilda’s Club at Doylestown Hospital is open Wednesdays and Thursdays, 10am to 2pm.

Please register for all Doylestown Hospital Gilda’s Club programs by calling 215-345-2022 or e-mail

Ribbons Studio

The Ribbons Studio store features wigs, hair accessories, hats, head wraps, post-mastectomy garments, bras & prosthetics, compression sleeves & stockings and skin care products.

For more information, call 267-880-6951.

Patient and Family Education and Support Groups

For monthy information, visit Cancer Support Groups Serving Doylestown and the Community.

  • Breast Cancer Support Group
    Meets 2nd Wednesday of every month.
    Doylestown Hospital, Conference Room A
  • Lymphedema
    Conference Room G/H, Doylestown Hospital
  • Prostate Cancer Support Group
    For men with prostate cancer or who have questions about prostate health.
    Doylestown Hospital, Conference Room A
    Meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month.
    1-888-227-5445 (press 1)
  • Reach to Recovery
    A volunteer visitation program to help women with breast cancer understand and cope with the physical, emotional, and cosmetic changes related to their disease and treatment.
    1-800-ACS-2345 (1-800-227-2345)
  • Young Women's Cancer Survival Coalition
    First Wednesday monthly, 6:30pm Gilda's Club,
    200 Kirk Road, Warminster