Pine Run is PROUD to be a forward-thinking senior living community, promoting exceptional care and independence.
Care at Pine Run Retirement Community is shaped by our dedicated service philosophy and delivered within the ecosystem of care offered by the Doylestown Health network.
Owned and operated by Doylestown Health, Pine Run offers a full spectrum of nursing care, post-operative care, rehabilitation services, long-term care, and convenient coordination with hospital-based caregivers and services.
Nestled in the heart of Central Bucks County, Pennsylvania, our beautiful 43-acre campus encompasses historic farmhouses, walking paths, a pond, and nearby Pine Run Creek.
Located just outside of Doylestown Borough, Pine Run Retirement Community offers a variety of daily activities and programs on campus, and trips to nearby destinations such as shopping in New Hope or visiting the Mercer Museum.
As a premier senior living and continuing care community, Pine Run Retirement Community offers many financing options that vary according to one’s living space and care needs.
All living arrangements include the hassle-free lifestyle you want in retirement, from bi-weekly housekeeping to local transportation and delicious meals on our flex dining plan.
Dementia patients treated by specially trained caregivers experience less stress and interact more comfortably throughout the day. Improved mood and quality of life are other benefits noted by nurses, housekeepers, and other experienced caregivers taking part in “Lace Curtains,” a new educational program taking place at Lakeview and Pine Run Retirement Community. The name was inspired by a book, Alzheimer’s from the Inside Out, written by Richard Taylor which includes an essay about “a web of lace.”
“My dog Ginger and I both made new friends when we moved to Pine Run. I’m not sure who likes it more. ”
Pine Run Cottages are the gold-standard in retirement living. See for yourself in this video tour of our Doylestown cottage, a two-bedroom, two-bath cottage with custom design options.
Pine Run Villagers Donate 140 Good Bears to Children’s Village - One week after a tornado damaged the day care center at Doylestown Health, Children’s Village reopened in a new location, with new toys, books, supplies – and 140 Good Bears, courtesy... More >>
Live Cooking Show at Pine Run Retirement Community Inspires Villagers - DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (July 2020) – The culinary team at Pine Run Retirement Community is used to bringing people together over meals. When the coronavirus pandemic suddenly changed their usual dining options,... More >>
Pine Run Retirement Community Villagers Sew 25,000th Teddy Bear for Children at Doylestown Hospital - DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (July 2020) – Sick and injured children arrive at Doylestown Hospital’s Emergency Department every day. The doctors, nurses and hospital staff provide them with the... More >>
We Look Forward to the Day When We Can Host Events Again on Campus! - Until then, please call 800-992-8992 for a personal tour of Pine Run. Thanks for your patience.... More >>
Pine Run Retirement Community Bridge Clubs Go Online During Pandemic - DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (June 2020) – Pine Run Retirement Community’s bridge clubs are more than just a place to play bridge. From an official American Contract Bridge League game to social bridge... More >>