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Best hospital around. The staff is always polite, the hospital is extremely clean. The doctors are EXCEPTIONAL. I have been going to this hospital for 17 years. I even drive 30 min from my house to go to this hospital when St Mary is much closer (horrible hospital) Doylestown is well worth the drive!!!
Worst labor and delivery stay last summer. After the c section it took a nurse/staff 2 hours to answer the call bell to help me get my baby and help me ambulate to the bathroom.
Their billing is awful and will send your bills to collection agencies. Both my parents were CPAs and my mother who worked for a large hospital network always told me I never had to pay medical bills on time. I have an excellent credit score. My husband and I always pay our bills on time but we have a big family and we are not loaded like some people are around here. Doylestown must take on a lot of charity cases if they are that quick to send your bills to collection agencies. Unfortunately my husband and I don't make less enough to qualify for financial assistance but when you get a 450 bill for not quality care it makes me sick to think of having to pay them a dime.
My husband went to one of their outpatient facilities (a cardiologist office) for an echocardiogram which was performed in 4 ft. wide room in a musty basement. The shocking bill we received just for the echocardiogram was over $1,600. This was the obscene price "negotiated" by Cigna. Wrote 4 messages to their CEO who didn't even bother to reply. Cigna doesn't give a darn since we have a HDHP and they don't have to pay a dime. Hospitals charge aberrant fees and insurance companies play along to justify their own existence, while patients are getting ripped off. What a mafia! An echocardiogram machine cost $14k - $24k for a refurbished one, which I think this one was, while a new one is around $140k. On average places such as this one perform 8 echocardiograms per day, per technician. In 261 working days even at $200 per echocardiogram it brings the total revenue to $417,600. A technician salary is an average of $65,800. Imagine the profit this hospital makes a year, from one echocardiogram machine! Highway robbery!!! And their CEO takes home an annual salary over $1.1 million - for what?
A recent hospitalization for chest pain comes with mixed reviews. 50% of staff cares. I expected better bedside care as this is a hospital. I bumped up my rating due to the true compassion care of Dr Clark who came to see me 9 pm on a Sunday for eye pain( long story but going on for many years). 9 pm and he was so very kind. I continue to see him and he changed my life as I no longer have pain nor irritation. Doctors here could learn from him about how to care for and show compassion.
Would still use this Hospital again as It’s definitely the best of the lot in Philadelphia area as I have been to many.
Please acknowledge my appreciation to Dr Clark.
He has completely changed my eye health and the quality of my life. A very rare kind doctor.
I was seen efficiently and professionally by the medical staff of the emergency room 2 months back for very worrisome vision problems and was sent immediately to see Dr Francis Clark on a Saturday morning. He was phenomenal and has completely restored my vision. I am so appreciative of my care by all.