Doylestown Health breaks ground on heart and vascular center

On September 15, Heery's Healthcare Design group joined administrators, doctors, patients and friends of Doylestown Health to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Center for Heart and Vascular Care. The 102,637 square foot renovation and expansion project will add a new ground floor entrance and central atrium along with a three-story bed wing with 63-private rooms and a planned outpatient cardiac clinic. The project will renovate the facility’s cardiac catherization labs and add a new endovascular hybrid operating room for vascular services. Heery’s Design team is also upgrading the hospital’s surgical suite including its pre- and post-operative areas.

This groundbreaking marks the beginning of Doylestown’s long-range community-focused Master Plan developed by Heery with the Hospital. The need for a significant addition and renovation was identified as a priority to accommodate the excellent cardiac program. The new wing of the hospital’s nationally-recognized Richard A. Reif Heart Institute will provide the space needed for its innovative programs and services to thrive and grow.  The project is expected to be completed in 2019.

Read more about the groundbreaking ceremony here.