Grand View Hospital

About Our Campaign

We invite you to join us as we kick off the recognition of our 100th year. Grand View, Bucks County’s first hospital, was established in 1913 by a group of area physicians who purchased two structures and surrounding property on a ridge overlooking our lovely countryside. The parcel was called Grand View— a name so fitting our founders decided to keep it for the new hospital.

As we enter our centennial celebration, our purpose remains the same as 100 years ago—to meet our community’s health-care needs. Together, we’ve weathered epidemics, wars, and financial downturns. Through it all, Grand View has consistently provided compassionate care and the latest in medicine. Our advances have been made possible by astute leaders both within the hospital and community at large who have contributed their effort, time, and resources for the benefit of their neighbors. We are in their debt. Like the Grand View family that precedes us, today’s staff, physicians, and volunteers consider it an honor to serve you. With your continued support, we promise to care for you Well into the Future.

GVH TIMELINE
  • Grand View History - Video

    1913

  • Remembering a First, 1917

    1917

  • Depression, 1932

    1932

  • Maternity/Pediatrics - Video

    1939

  • community oil painting

    1952

  • Mary Afflerbach - Video

    1963

  • First Ortho Specialist, 1965

    1965

  • Drs. Levin/Generations - Video

    1973

  • Arm Reattachment Video

    1977

  • Hospice, 1981

    1981

  • Pennsburg Outpatient Clinic, 1986

    1986

  • CardioTec, 1992

    1992

  • CHOP Pediatrics, 1996

    1996

  • Flowers Family, 2004

    2004

  • Cath Lab, 2009

    2009

  • Cancer Care - Video

    2012

  • Heart Vascular - Video

    2012

  • Grand View Hospital Three Generations, 2012

    2012

  • Centennial - Full Video

    2012

  • annual-meeting-still

    2013

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