Status Update: September 15, 2021
Due to the increasing spread of COVID-19 cases in Pennsylvania and the virulence of the Delta variant, Pine Run is once again requiring masks in all public areas at all times, regardless of vaccination status. Guests are welcome to visit in Cottages and Apartments, but at this time are restricted from entering the Community Center.
Lakeview Personal Care is closed to inside visitation at this time. Outside visits are permitted, no appointments necessary.
Pine Run Retirement Community and Doylestown Health remain attentive to changes and flexible to the needs and safety of residents, community, and staff.
Pine Run Retirement Community and Doylestown Health are closely following Department of Health and CDC recommendations and guidelines for the identification of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Supplies and Donations
Pine Run Retirement Community and Doylestown Health are very appreciative of the offers we continue to receive to donate equipment, supplies, and meals for Associates. Doylestown Health Foundation is compiling your offers for assistance, both in-kind donations of goods and supplies as well as direct contributions of funds. You can direct your support to Pine Run Retirement Community by noting our name in the comment section. Our staff and residents are grateful for your proactive outreach to us. Your kindness is a powerful and uplifting message for all of us.
All public events sponsored by Pine Run Retirement Community are cancelled until it is safe to gather again. Whenever possible, engagements will occur remotely using Zoom, webinars, teleconferences, etc.
Doylestown Health Information
For more information on Hospital specific programs, testing, resources, and questions, please visit their Information on Coronavirus (COVID-19) page.
For information on ONE VISION: The Campaign for Doylestown Health comprehensive fundraising campaign that will transform healthcare delivery in our community, please visit Doylestown Health Foundation. All gifts made to Doylestown Health will advance the campaign toward its goal of raising $100 million—increased in 2021 from the original $75 million goal— in recognition of the hospital’s centennial year in 2023.
Guidelines and recommendations from the Department of Health and CDC are updated regularly. Please visit these websites for the most recent information:
Doylestown Health established a COVID-19 hotline (267-885-1722) and email address for questions related to COVID-19: ContactDH@dh.org. Expect a delay in responding to emails, especially during times of high volume. In an emergency, call 9-1-1