As the area’s most comprehensive medical center, St. Mary Medical Center provides state-of-the-art technology and advanced care for the most complex cases through a compassionate team of more than 700 physicians, 3,200 colleagues, and 1,100 volunteers. Services include the region’s leading cardiovascular program; Bucks County’s only state-accredited trauma center; emergency services including a dedicated pediatric emergency care center; neurosciences; a Joint Commission-certified primary stroke center, joint replacement program, and sleep disorder center; specialized diagnostic imaging; obstetrics; NICU and emergency pediatric care in partnership with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP); orthopedic surgery and rehabilitation; pain management; the St. Mary breast center; and the St. Mary cancer center.
Home to more than 628,000 people, Bucks County maintains the integrity of its lively past by protecting its historic resources. The past, present, and future blend beautifully throughout the County's 608 square miles filled with an array of parks, quality housing, cultural and recreational facilities, quaint boutiques, modern shopping malls, industrial complexes, and much more. Bucks is known for its cultural traditions, parklands, shopping, gourmet dining, and family fun.
Renowned for its high quality of life, Bucks County offers many recreational and leisure opportunities.
Some of our most popular visitor destinations include New Hope, Sesame Place in Langhorne, Peddlers Village in Lahaska, and the "Mercer Mile" in Doylestown.
A drive through Bucks County offers views of the scenic Delaware River, stone farmhouses dating to the American Revolution, covered bridges, and quaint boroughs such as Bristol, Newtown, Doylestown, and Quakertown.
Visitors and residents also enjoy the natural beauty of our County; such as hiking, birding, sailing, fishing, or simply the outdoors in one of the 22 County parks. There are thousands of acres of state parks such as the Neshaminy, Delaware Canal, Nockamixon and Tyler State Parks, serving residents throughout all areas of Bucks County. Play a round of golf at one of the many public and private golf courses throughout the County.
There are many opportunities to take in the performing arts, including the famous Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, the new Commerce Bank Amphitheater in Bensalem, and the Sellersville Theater in Sellersville.
Nearby professional sports teams include the Philadelphia Phillies, the Flyers, the 76ers, and the Eagles. Many in Bucks County frequently enjoy a relaxing summer evening watching the Trenton Thunder minor league baseball team perform across the Delaware River in Trenton, New Jersey. Sports fans of all stripes will find a team to root for in and around Bucks County!