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Doylestown Health - The mission of Doylestown Health is to continuously improve the quality of life and proactively advocate for the health and well-being of the individuals we serve.

  • https://www.doylestownhealth.org/for-patients-visitors/chapel-and-pastoral-care Chaplains and Pastoral Care Services - Doylestown Health's Pastoral Care Department chaplains are available 24 hours a day to provide spiritual care to hospital patients and families.
  • https://www.doylestownhealth.org/for-patients-visitors/amenities Hospital Amenities and Services - Get information about Doylestown Hospital amentities including dining services, the gift shop, pharmacy and wifi.

    Country:, North America, US

    City: -76.5967 Maryland, United States

  • Noira - Finally!

    I have tried so many natural and un-natural treatments and nothing worked but after a week of using this balm on both mine and my husband's feet ( and trust me my husband's feet had areas that felt hard as stone for years) you'd think we'd had plastic surgery for our feet (does that exist ??). I was definitely concerned when I'd read some reviews that said the formula had changed and it wasn't as good but I figured I had nothing to lose and was desperate enough so I gave it a shot and wow am I ever glad I did. I'm not sure what the difference is now that people are seeing? Maybe it worked faster before ? Who knows but it worked great for us and this is definitely one of my go to products now.

  • John Cudak - Best stop leak I Have ever tried. So far safe for engine

    I have a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee ( a 15 year old SUV). I took the car on a small trip to Bethlehem PA from NY. When I got back home I was smelling a little burning oil, it has a very distinct smell. I looked at the whole engine from top to bottom to find out that some oil was leaking from the front of the engine and from the crankcase. It wasn't an alarming or a fast leak, It wasn't even dripping. But no matter how fast, an oil leak is never a good thing. Obviously my gaskets are a little worn from age, they don't last forever.