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QNB Bank Pledges $50,000 to Grand View Health Foundation

Donation To Fund New Six-Story Hospital Pavilion


Pictured: Doug Hughes - GVH Interim President & Chief Executive Officer;

David Freeman - QNB President & Chief Executive Officer; Mark Horne - GVH

Senior Vice President, Chief Operating Officer


            QNB Bank has proudly pledged $50,000 to Grand View Health Foundation's This Is Us Together campaign supporting critical healthcare infrastructure. For more than a century, Grand View Health and QNB Bank have been protecting the well-being of people in Upper Bucks and Northern Montgomery counties while delivering exceptional services, trusted by the people they serve.

            "QNB is tremendously grateful to support Grand View Health's ongoing commitment to the well-being of our community," said David Freeman, QNB Bank President & CEO. "Together, we are helping make this community a great place to live and work, because we care."

            In summer 2023, Grand View Health will mark 110 years of serving the community with the opening of a new 190,000 square foot, six-story pavilion. Located on Lawn Ave. in Sellersville, the hospital expansion will feature 52 private patient rooms, 10 state-of-the-art operating rooms, and a new emergency department and rooftop helipad to support Grand View Health's Level II adult trauma center, the only level II trauma center in Upper Bucks County.

            "The importance of this gift from QNB Bank cannot be understated as we move toward our goal to raise $14 million," said Sandy Alderfer, Grand View Health Foundation Board Chair and Campaign Chair.

            Doug Hughes, interim President and CEO of Grand View Health, added, "Since we announced our building project a little over two years ago, healthcare has undergone a historic transformation, and reinforced the need for high quality, community-based healthcare services. We've been able to take what we've learned from the pandemic and adapt our plans so that we can be ready for whatever comes next."






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