Frederick R. Harrison

Frederick Harrison Named BMH Center for Wound Healing Program Director

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital announced Frederick R. Harrison has been hired as Program Director for the BMH Center for Wound Healing. Harrison’s responsibilities include oversight and operation of the Center in conjunction with BMH’s partner, Healogics, to promote healing of complex wounds in place of amputation, maintaining quality of life for patients. He will also coordinate […]

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Kelly McCue, MSN, CNS-Oncology, RN, OCN, CHPN

Body Weight and Breast Cancer: There is a Relationship

by Kelly McCue Much of the conversation about increased body weight, and in particular, obesity and health, focuses on how obesity increases a person’s risk for chronic illnesses, such as heart disease or diabetes. Several types of cancer are also associated with obesity, however, including breast cancer. According to the National Cancer Institute (NCI), obese […]

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BMH Collaborates with Winstanley Solar Development

Winstanley Solar Development (WSD) and Brattleboro Memorial Hospital (BMH) announce an agreement to collaborate on the construction and operation of a 500 kilo-Watt solar power array on land owned by Winstanley Enterprises.  The electricity generated by this array will serve the main BMH hospital building, and generate significant savings for BMH over the twenty-year term […]

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Maureen Mohaney, PA-C, ATC

Plantar Fasciitis…A Real Pain in the Heel

By Maureen Mahoney, PA-C, ATC Do you get stabbing pain in the heel or bottom of your foot with your first steps out of bed in the morning? Does it feel better once you start walking around? Does the pain return after standing for a long time or at the end of the day? Do […]

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Wayne Temmen, PA-C

Physician Assistant Temmen Returns to BMH Ortho

The BMH Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine office is pleased to welcome back certified physician assistant Wayne Temmen, PA-C, to their team. Wayne Temmen has more than 30 years of experience in the diagnosis and care of orthopaedic patients under the supervision of orthopaedic surgeons. His background includes surgical assistance for general orthopaedic surgery, assistance with […]

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Vermont AARP Selects BMH as Host of the Year

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital has been selected by the Vermont AARP Driver Safety Program as the 2014 Host of the Year. According to David Peters, the Vermont State program coordinator, BMH “has hosted our classes for 20 years and the staff has always provided a level of support and cooperation that is exceptional. I hope that, […]

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Dr. Elizabeth McLarney

Five things that I have learned as an orthopaedic surgeon

By Elizabeth McLarney, MD In my almost 20 years of being an orthopaedic surgeon, I have learned many things. There are a few things that I would like to share with you. Motion is life. Orthopaedic surgeons say this because we know if we don’t keep the soft tissues around a joint moving after surgery […]

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Dr. Sarah Fulham

Brattleboro Internal Medicine Welcomes New Physician

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is pleased to welcome new internist Dr. Sarah Fulham to Brattleboro Internal Medicine, as of September 15, 2014. Dr. Fulham will be providing care at Brattleboro Internal Medicine Tuesday through Friday. Dr. Fulham earned her medical degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City and completed her […]

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Sally Fegley

BMH Welcomes New Patient Experience Manager

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is pleased to welcome Sally E. Fegley as the new Patient Experience Manager in the BMH Quality Department. In this position, Fegley will work closely with the hospital’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Kathleen McGraw, as well as with the quality director and department managers, to work with the patient call-back process; to […]

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BMH Nutrition and Cardiac Rehab Staff Host Mediterranean Dinner

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is hosting a special event entitled, “Mediterranean Dining: A Healthy Approach to Living,” sponsored by the hospital’s Nutrition Services Department and the Cardiac Rehabilitation Program. The event will feature a dinner of Mediterranean food and a presentation by Drs. Judy and Ed Flower, a clinical psychologist and a marriage and family therapist. […]

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