Nancy Redfield

BMH Physician Group Adds Post-Acute Care Provider

BMH Physician Group announces the addition of Nancy J. Redfield, RN, MS, ARNP, BC to its Post-Acute Care Services. Redfield will work with Eric Pofcher, MD to provide direct care for patients from the time of discharge from Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, or another acute care facility, to admission at a skilled nursing facility. Their duties […]

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Chris Lenois

Another Year, Another Beard

Here we are again. A bunch of freshly-shaved guys ready to talk to you about men’s health! Now in its third year, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital’s “BEARDS for BMH” campaign has approximately 35 “growers”, who will be retiring their razors for the month of November. The goal is to use the scruffy state of their faces […]

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Jeff Meckling, PA-C

Brattleboro Family Medicine Welcomes New Providers

BMH Physician Group announced that Amanda J. Hepler, MD and Jeff Meckling, PA-C, have joined Brattleboro Family Medicine and are accepting patients. A graduate of Jefferson Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Dr. Hepler served her family medicine residency at Latrobe Family Medicine in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. She is certified by the American Board […]

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Robert Prohaska Earns Prestigious Certification

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Director of Plant Services Robert Prohaska recently earned the title of Certified Healthcare Facility Manager (CHFM) through the American Hospital Association. The CHFM is a national credential that distinguishes an individual as being among an elite group of healthcare facility management professionals. Nationally, only 1,600 professionals have earned this certification. “Our organization […]

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Gina Pattison Named BMH Director of Development and Marketing

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital announces Gina Pattison has accepted the position of Director of Development and Marketing and will start on December 1, 2014. Pattison has been employed by the American Cancer Society for the past 13 years, first as a Community Executive on the development team and then as Senior Director of Distinguished Events. Her […]

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Flu Shots and Mom

Did you know that most moms-to-be here in the United States get flu shots? (Well, last year it was 52%. But that’s still most!)  Over the years we’ve fielded lots of questions about pregnancy, babies and flu shots in The Birthing Center. Here’s our top three questions with the answers we are happy to give. […]

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Bonnie McKellar

New Places Also Welcoming New Faces

by Bonnie McKellar It’s amazing to look back and realize how much Brattleboro Memorial Hospital has grown since I came on board in October of 2012. In the past two years, the hospital has opened the Center for Wound Healing and the Center for Cardiovascular Health. The Radiology Department has a new, state-of-the-art Magnetic Resonance […]

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Maureen Mohaney, PA-C, ATC

BMH Offers Free Educational Program on High School Sports Injuries

On November 10, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital will be offering a free educational program titled “High School Sports Injuries: Prevention, Treatment and Care,” featuring Physician Assistants Maureen Mahoney, PA-C, and Wayne Temmen, PA-C. They will be presenting information that parents, teachers, coaches and athletes should know about sports injuries, including recognition of an injury and proper […]

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National Radiologic Technology Week® Kicks Off November 2, 2014

Providing patients with safe medical imaging examinations is the prime goal for the nation’s radiologic technologists (R.T.s). To recognize the vital work of its R.T.s, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is celebrating National Radiologic Technology Week® (NRTW), Nov. 2-8, 2014. Brattleboro Memorial Hospital will kick off the week with a series of educational events that target dose […]

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Breast Cancer Prevention Begins With You: The Self-Exam

by Sue Gautot Mammography is often called the first line of defense against breast cancer. That’s why every October, during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, women over the age of 40 are urged to schedule their annual mammogram. But women of all ages have another set of tools that can help with detection and prevention […]

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