Bucks County health system receives $10M donation

Doylestown Health Foundation, located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, received two gifts of $5 million in order to support expansion projects at the hospital.

The donors, Alex and Patricia Gorsky and Richard and Angela Clark, were co-leaders of a fundraising campaign for the health system.

“Four generations of our family have been cared for at Doylestown Hospital — from the births of our grandchildren to the specialized geriatric services provided to our parents at Pine Run’s Health Center,” the Clarks said in a Philadelphia Business Journal article. “Through our outstanding personal patient experiences to the expert, world-class care we have witnessed for our family and received ourselves, we are proud to give back to Doylestown Health. This hospital is a gem in our community and we want it to thrive for future generations.”

There are numerous projects already underway, including a heart and vascular care center and community center. There will also be a future fundraising campaign for upgraded operating suites and a new outpatient center.

Doylestown Health is one 15 major health systems in the Greater Philadelphia region that collectively have over 100 hospitals throughout the 11 counties.