Doylestown Hospital Holds Community Health Fair|
DOYLESTOWN–Area families and residents are invited to Doylestown Hospital’s free Community Health Fair on Saturday, May 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the 2014 Bucks County Designer House & Gardens in Doylestown. Guests can receive free health and wellness information, screenings and exercise tips while they talk with Doylestown Hospital health experts and clinicians.
Featured exhibits include:
- Blood pressure, stroke and cholesterol screenings
- Smoking cessation
- Medication safety
- Emergency medicine
- Breast cancer prevention
- Bike safety and concussions
- Nutrition and Diabetes
- Newborn and pregnancy safety
- Pediatric Services – NEW!
- Women’s Health Services
This event is perfect for families, and kids can enjoy activities including a teddybear clinic, face painting and arts and crafts. Associates from Doylestown Hospital’s Children’s Village will be offering FREE brief child watch sessions for kids ages 18 months and older while caregivers tour the Bucks County Designer House & Gardens.
Serendipity Farm is located at 131 Pine Mill Circle in Doylestown.
Visit the Community Health Fairwebpagefor more information.
Visit the Bucks County Designer Housewebsite for more information.
About Doylestown Hospital
Doylestown Hospital is a comprehensive 238-bed medical center serving families throughout Bucks and Montgomery Counties and Western New Jersey. The hospital, along with The Doylestown Hospital Surgery Center at the Health & Wellness Center in Warrington; Pine Run Community and Health Center; Lakeview by Pine Run, and VIA Affiliates, comprise the VIA Health System.
Doylestown Hospital’s Medical Staff includes more than 420 physicians in more than 40 specialty areas. The Richard A. Reif Heart Institute of Doylestown Hospital is a regional center of excellence for cardiology and cardiac surgery. The Cancer Institute of Doylestown Hospital and Penn Radiation Oncology at Doylestown offer comprehensive cancer treatment in an integrated environment.
Other areas of clinical emphasis include emergency medicine, maternal-child health, orthopedics, interventional radiology, gastroenterology, urology, general surgery and robotic surgery.