Brattleboro Memorial joins NE Alliance for Health

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital will join the New England Alliance for Health (NEAH), effective December 1, 2011. Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital (MHMH) owns and manages NEAH, a limited-liability company under which Dartmouth-Hitchcock shares services with 15 health-care organizations in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts, in purchasing, value improvement, staff development and education, and financial planning and […]

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BMH’s Marie Gill Completes Nursing Re-certifications

Marie Gill, RNC of Brattleboro Memorial Hospital’s Birthing Center recently completed her third specialty recertification, making her the only nurse in the birthing center to hold three specialty certifications. Gill, who has been working at BMH for 33 years, completed and passed certifications administered by the National Certification Corporation (NCC) in the specialties of Maternal/Newborn […]

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Southern Vermont Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Welcomes Robert Feinberg, PA

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital announced that Robert Feinberg, PA has joined Southern Vermont Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine. Feinberg is a 2005 graduate of the University of Utah’s Physician Assistant Masters Program and his certification includes an orthopedic emphasis. His previous experience in orthopedic settings includes the Mansfield Orthopaedics in Morrisville, Vermont and the VA Medical Center […]

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Karen Hein

“Even when I was an intern in the Bronx, I would be on from midnight to 4:00 am and then I’d get in the car and come to Vermont. It was always a magnet,” says Dr. Karen Hein, who bought a dilapidated house in Jacksonville at a time when she was still finishing her medical […]

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Stephen and Jane Baker

Anyone who knows Stephen Baker wouldn’t be surprised to hear that, upon learning Brattleboro Memorial Hospital wanted to honor him and his wife, Jane, at the February 12 “Giving from the Heart” Gala, his first reaction was to keep it low-key. “But Jane and our son, Jim, pointed out that the family has been very […]

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Paula Marie

When Paula Marie was a young girl, she would unwittingly upset her mother by telling her she was moving to California the minute she turned 18 years old. Now she’s 19 and on the verge of moving out of her family home in Guilford to an apartment in Brattleboro, and that might end up being […]

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Ron Romano

Why I Support BMH – “My goal was always to resolve the problem” Ron Romano has many blessings to count. Quasi-retired at the age of 50 and living in a beautiful log home in Saxtons River, he and Chuck, his partner of 24 years, can hike through their 21 acres of land or simply sit […]

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Jon Thatcher, MD

Why I Support BMH – Dr. Jon Thatcher

As a Dartmouth undergrad, Jonathan Thatcher mused on the possibility of living in Vermont. He made a few ski trips up this way while in high school and found the open landscapes preferable to his northern New Jersey home. But his path to a life in New England as an orthopedic surgeon started in an […]

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Helen Lord

“This is about Mom.” Sue Flagler and Jane Deubler wanted to make that clear, as the two sisters sat side-by-side on the living room sofa in the Deubler family’s Brattleboro vacation home. Jane and her husband, Tom, had come up from Brockton for the holidays, while Sue and her husband, Rick, drove over from their […]

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Jeff and Nancy Hagstrom

This past May, Jeff and Nancy Hagstrom celebrated 20 years as owners of Newton Business. Jeff says the company itself dates back to the 1950s, when Fred Newton “sold and repaired business equipment right out of his house on Route 30.” He’s not exactly sure when Fred sold it to Bob Parro, but he knew […]

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