When New York City residents Nancy and Elliot Dickson were interviewing midwives and hospital staff for the delivery of their first child, they had specific ideas about what they wanted as a birth experience. As they researched the more than twenty-five hospitals and birthing centers in the New York metropolitan area they became increasingly concerned. Nancy and Elliot knew what they wanted for the birth of their first child but, as they spoke to more and more of their friends, they became increasingly anxious. They were told stories of how these soon-to-be parents had to fight with midwives and hospital staff for their birthing choices to be honored. And then a friend recommended Brattleboro Memorial Hospital. Nancy tells their story:Watch the Full Story
BMH has the first and only STAR Program® in the state of Vermont.
Having a baby is one of the most exciting times in your life. It’s wonderful to have family and friends around to help as you make the transition to being a whole new family – whether it’s your first or you’re fifth!
The Birthing Center at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital has many ways to make this special day a safe and happy birthday.
After an injury, illness or a surgery nothing is more important than getting your life back to normal. BMH Rehab Services is there to help. At BMH you’ll find our staff of physical, occupational and speech therapists ready to offer their expertise to help you get your life back on track.
Orthopaedic Surgeons Join BMH Physician Group
December 11, 2013
Orthopaedic surgeons Elizabeth McLarney, MD, Jon Thatcher, MD, and William Vranos, MD, announce they have joined......
BMH Travel Clinic Becomes the New Tri-State Travel Clinic
December 2, 2013
Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce the transition of its travel clinic services to the......
The Richards Group Helps BMH Open “The New Doorway to Exceptional Care”
November 18, 2013
Brattleboro Memorial Hospital officials announced today that The Richards Group had made a leadership pledge to......
JOIN US. GIVE NOW.
We have embarked on a capital campaign to expand and renovate our Emergency Department and we need your help. Brattleboro Memorial Hospital employees dance and sing their way through the Emergency Department encouraging the community to "Join Us. Give Now." Learn more about the ED project by clicking here.