Lend a Helping Hand to Doylestown Hospital

Doylestown Hospital, our community health facility and part of Doylestown Health, is in need of assistance from the local community. And there are many ways we can lend a hand to help those who are working tirelessly to care for the community.

Doylestown Hospital is currently accepting donations due to the current crisis at hand. There is a critical shortage pertaining to surgical masks and other items. As the facility continues to operate at full capacity, they are in need of the personal protective equipment (PPE) to ensure that these extraordinary health professionals are properly protected as they continue to tend to the health needs of the community.

Visit the Doylestown Health Foundation website, which is the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that supports Doylestown Health and Doylestown Hospital. On that page you’ll see the current donation needs in addition to monetary donations (which are accepted at all times). Today, the current medical supply needs include the following:

  • 3M N95 masks, new and unused (preferably small)
  • Surgical masks and procedure masks
  • Goggles
  • Face shields
  • Vinyl gloves
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Lysol and Clorox
  • Germicidal wipes
  • Bouffant caps
  • Thermometers (infrared, glass, and digital)
  • Disposable gowns
  • Shoe covers

The facility is also accepting homemade masks and details on these mask can be found online, along with how and when to deliver the medical supplies.

Please consider making a monetary donation or medical supply donation so that our local health professionals can continue to stay safe while they serve the community.

Thank you so much to everyone working at Doylestown Health, and medical professionals everywhere, for being on the front lines of this pandemic and working with the utmost courage, expertise, and dedication in this extremely important role! We appreciate you so much. Please stay well!

 

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