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Thank you to Dee Ann and Marvin Woodall, our 2020 and 2021 Honorary Chairs. Their involvement with the VIA and Doylestown Health is long-standing. In 1985 Dee Ann joined the VIA, the extraordinary women’s organization that founded and still governs Doylestown Hospital. She served in many capacities, including President of the VIA from 1996-1998. and she was instrumental in establishing the VIA Women’s Scholarship Fund. Marv’s connection stems from a career in the pharmaceutical and medical device industry, leading teams that developed revolutionary technologies such as heart-saving balloon-expandable stents and TAVR (Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement). With their mutual commitment to the community, the VIA, and quality health care, they have funded various emergency and cardiac care initiatives at Doylestown Health. Additionally, because they strongly believe that excellent treatment is dependent on the training of our practitioners, they support opportunities that enable nurses to obtain bachelor’s degrees and encourage the continued education of the medical staff and associates at Doylestown Hospital.

THANK YOU to Marv and Dee Ann.


We invite you to help us continue making a difference in our community. Since 1895 the women of the VIA have been dedicated to enhancing the health and welfare of Central Bucks County and surrounding communities. Members of our organization continue to govern the nationally-recognized, award-winning Doylestown Health System which we founded in 1923. Additionally, we support those in need, award educational scholarships, donate community-benefitting grants, and much more. Recently, the VIA began to address opioid-related issues affecting our community including mental health and we initiated a program to supply babies born at Doylestown Hospital with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome to leave the hospital with items intended to minimize withdrawal symptoms and aid with eating issues that these newborns experience. The reality is that each year, more residents require the assistance we strive to provide.

This year, our specific focus is the Women’s Diagnostic Center at Doylestown Hospital, which provides early detection and prevention of breast disease through advanced screening options. Proceeds from the 2021 VIA Designer House & Gardens and community donations to our ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health will have an immediate and direct impact on the delivery of award-winning medical care in our community.
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