The Richard A. Reif Heart Institute of Doylestown Hospital is ranked #2 in the United States for 30-day heart attack mortality, as reported by the federal government. Also, patients experiencing a heart attack are more likely to survive at Doylestown Hospital than any other hospital in Pennsylvania. For the second year in a row, Doylestown’s outcomes place the hospital in the elite upper echelon of quality care providers.
Whether you need emergency cardiac care, treatment for a chronic condition or help managing risk factors for heart disease, the experts at The Richard A. Reif Heart Institute of Doylestown Hospital are dedicated to providing the highest level of quality care and patient safety. Quality Reports
The name “Richard A. Reif Heart Institute of Doylestown Hospital” honors the legacy of long-time President and CEO Richard Reif, who recently retired after 23 years of leading the growth of the hospital’s heart program. Reif became Chief Executive Officer of Doylestown Hospital in June 1989. Under his leadership, the hospital and its staff have received special recognition from a variety of organizations related to patient care and the management of the hospital and its nationally recognized cardiac program.
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