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Ardana, KC Prime Steakhouse donate over $12,000 to Doylestown Health


Mike and Antoni Christou, owners of Warrington restaurants Ardana Food and Drink and KC Prime Steakhouse, presented checks totaling over $12,000 to Doylestown Health Monday, Nov. 15.
The Ardana and KC Prime families designated half of all sales every Monday in October to Doylestown Hospital in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This is the second fundraiser of its kind organized by the restaurant owners, who honored American Heart Month in February by donating half of Tuesday sales throughout the month.
“We are back to doing our normal business, both dine-in and takeout, and are happy to be able to give back and support our community,” said Mike Christou, co-owner of Ardana Food & Drink and KC Prime Steakhouse. “We wanted to continue to show our appreciation for Doylestown Hospital, and supporting the Women’s Diagnostic Center during Breast Cancer Awareness Month seemed the perfect way to do it.”

The Women’s Diagnostic Center at Doylestown Hospital is one of the newest priorities of ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health. Formally reopening as the Clark Center for Breast Imaging in the spring of 2022, the Women’s Diagnostic Center at Doylestown Hospital will relocate to a larger space on the ground floor with increased capacity to serve more patients with lifesaving services, therapies, and technologies.
“Support like this is what will allow us to move to a new and improved space and help us meet rising demand for diagnostic services in our community,” said Michele Kopach, MD, director, Women’s Diagnostic Center. “We can’t thank Ardana and KC Prime enough for supporting this initiative.”
Doylestown Health is deeply grateful for the extraordinary generosity and kindness of the community and the creative and meaningful ways they find to show support for the health system. More information on the Women’s Diagnostic Center expansion and how to support this and other campaign priorities can be found at

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