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Doylestown Health to open its first primary care clinic


Doylestown Health recently announced it will be opening a primary care clinic in its Health and Wellness Center in Warrington.

Set to open July 10, the new facility will provide a wide range of healthcare services, including sick visits, routine checkups, vaccinations, physicals, health risk assessments, cancer screenings, as well as health and wellness education, the hospital said in a statement.

“We’re thrilled to combine academic medicine and the top-notch primary care Bucks County is known for,” said Dr. Scott Blore, associate program director for the clinic.

Located on the second floor of the Wellness Center at 847 Easton Road, the clinic will be staffed by board-certified family medicine physicians and medical residents. It will offer care to newborns through end-of-life with scheduled appointments, same-day appointments, as well as walk-in visits for those who are sick as well as routine and well visits, the hospital said.

“We’re excited to provide our community with top-tier care in our new office in Warrington,” said Dr. Benjamin Mathews, program director for the family medicine residency. “Our hand-picked family medicine residents will be seeing patients under the direct supervision of our board certified physicians.”

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