Baby Steps – Why Is My Back Killing Me?

Baby Steps – Why Is My Back Killing Me? Ask ten different women with new babies if their back hurts, and four of them will say yes. But those four may be hurting in four different places! During pregnancy our bodies change to accommodate our growing babies. For years, common wisdom said this was due […]

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Carolyn L. Taylor-Olson, MD

Taylor-Olson Appointed Medical Director for Post-Acute Care

Taylor-Olson Appointed Medical Director for Post-Acute Care Brattleboro Memorial Hospital announced that Carolyn Taylor-Olson, MD has been appointed the Medical Director for Post-Acute Care. In this position, Dr. Taylor-Olson will work with Pine Heights, Vernon Green and Thompson House to provide post-acute care for their residents. BMH President and CEO Steven R. Gordon says Dr. […]

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New Moms Network May Schedule

New Moms Network May Schedule Programs of Brattleboro Memorial Hospital’s New Moms Network in May start with a session called “Things My Mother Taught Me” on Wednesday, May 9th. This is a Mother’s Day discussion led by Dawn Kersula RN, a perinatal specialist in the BMH Birthing Center. The program on Wednesday, May 16th will […]

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Breast MRI: The Role of Advanced Technology in Detection of Breast Cancer

Breast MRI: The Role of Advanced Technology in Detection of Breast Cancer By Marcy Rushford You may be asking what the big deal is about Breast MRI? Isn’t mammography or ultrasound enough? For some patients, the answer is yes, mammography is enough. Mammography is still considered the “gold standard” to screen for breast cancer. That […]

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Michelle Harmon

Behavioral Specialist Added to Blueprint Community Health Team

Behavioral Specialist Added to Blueprint Community Health Team The Brattleboro Hospital Service Area of the Vermont Blueprint Community Health Team today announced the addition of Michelle Harmon, a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor. Harmon becomes the third member for this area’s Community Health Team, according to Vermont Blueprint for Health Project Manager Wendy Cornwell. Through […]

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Free Workshop for Managing Chronic Pain Starts May 15

Free Workshop for Managing Chronic Pain Starts May 15 Brattleboro Memorial Hospital will offer a free Chronic Pain Self-Management Program starting Tuesday, May 15. The Stanford University Patient Education Research Centre developed the six-week program to empower individuals with a primary diagnosis of chronic pain to better manage their condition. Classes meet each Tuesday through […]

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Craig Rinder, MD

BMH Hosts Prostate Screening Discussion, May 16

BMH Hosts Prostate Screening Discussion, May 16 Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is offering a free presentation entitled “The Prostate Screening Controversy: What’s a Man to Do?” on Wednesday, May 16 at 7:00 PM in the Brew Barry Conference Center. Prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer in men. In light of the recent draft recommendations […]

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Visiting After Birth 101

Visiting After Birth 101 My son was born during a very big snowstorm, at the very little hospital in Bellows Falls. Clean-up had barely started the next day when a woman I barely knew popped her head in before breakfast and said, “Hey! I was getting my blood drawn and I heard you had your […]

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BMH Hosts Legal and Financial Planning for Alzheimer’s Disease Seminar

BMH Hosts Legal and Financial Planning for Alzheimer’s Disease Seminar Brattleboro Memorial Hospital will host a free, two-part program entitled “Legal and Financial Planning for Alzheimer’s Disease” on Monday, May 14 and Monday, May 21. The interactive program offers people the chance to learn important legal and financial issues to consider, how to put plans […]

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Next Tobacco Cessation Workshop at BMH Starts May 10

Next Tobacco Cessation Workshop at BMH Starts May 10 Brattleboro Memorial Hospital will host another installment of the “Fresh Start: Tobacco Cessation Workshop” in BMH Room B beginning Thursday, May 10. A facilitator trained by the Vermont Department of Health Access will run the free, four-week class, which takes place every Thursday through May 31 […]

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