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    Capital Health acquires medical facility in Lower Bucks County

    Capital Health recently completed the purchase of a property at 280 Middletown Boulevard in Langhorne.

    Formerly operating as Barix Clinics of Pennsylvania, the facility will be renamed Capital Health at Oxford Valley and is expected to offer inpatient and outpatient services.

    The facility is licensed as a hospital by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and is currently equipped with four operating rooms and inpatient beds for patient care.

    “Capital Health at Oxford Valley is a major step forward for our organization and the region as a whole,” said Al Maghazehe, president and CEO of Capital Health. “Right now, we’re working with the clinical programs to match the needs of the community. We look forward to providing residents of Bucks County and surrounding areas with even more convenient options for quality health care.”

    Capital Health at Oxford Valley will be Capital Health’s fourth Bucks County location, following the opening of primary care offices in Washington Crossing, Newtown, and Langhorne in the past year. Capital Health will be working closely with the Pennsylvania Department of Health throughout the transition.

    To learn more about Capital Health, visit capitalhealth.org