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BMH Art Exhibit Honors Farmers, Support Stroll

The halls of Brattleboro Memorial Hospital have been graced with paintings by local artists who draw inspiration from agricultural and natural settings. The show, “Farm Art,” is curated by artist Caryn King, and will remain on view through May. All of the works are offered for sale, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit […]

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BMH Offers Two Versions of Fresh Start Tobacco Cessation Workshop in January

BMH Offers Two Versions of Fresh Start Tobacco Cessation Workshop in January Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is offering two separate installments of the four-week “Fresh Start: Tobacco Cessation Workshop” in January 2013. A morning version will meet from 10:00-11:30 AM every Tuesday, January 8 through January 29 in BMH Conference Room B. The second track will […]

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Kathleen McGraw, MD, FHM

BMH Introduces Kathleen McGraw as Chief Medical Officer

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital today announced that Kathleen McGraw, MD, FHM, has been hired to serve as Chief Medical Officer, taking the place of David Albright, MD, who officially retired from this position in mid-August. She will begin work on January 15, 2013. McGraw comes from Baystate Franklin Medical Center, where she developed the Hospital Medicine […]

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BMH Restores MRI Services

BMH Restores MRI Services Brattleboro Memorial Hospital officials announced the Diagnostic Imaging Department began seeing patients in its upgraded Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) suite on Monday, November 26. Launch of the new service follows the hospital’s planned move of its MRI equipment to accommodate renovations and expansion of the Emergency Department. The new location, on […]

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(left to right) Matt Schibley, Michael Luciani, Caleb Clark, Jesse Eldridge and Stephen Washkevich

BMH’s New DaddyViews Blog Hits Fatherhood From All Angles

BMH’s New DaddyViews Blog Hits Fatherhood From All Angles (left to right) Matt Schibley, Michael Luciani, Caleb Clark, Jesse Eldridge and Stephen Washkevich Brattleboro Memorial Hospital’s new DaddyViews blog launched earlier this month, following a contest to find five fathers who bring a wide paternal perspective to the parenting blogosphere. Daddyviews.com updates several times a […]

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Fresh Start Tobacco Cessation Workshop at BMH Starts November 27

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital will host another installment of the “Fresh Start: Tobacco Cessation Workshop” in BMH Conference Room B beginning Tuesday, November 27. The Fresh Start Tobacco Cessation Workshop is a free program open to anyone interested in becoming tobacco free. Terri Kneipp, a facilitator trained by the Vermont Department of Health Access, leads the […]

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BMH Announces Groundbreaking for Emergency Department Renovation

BMH Announces Groundbreaking for Emergency Department Renovation Brattleboro Memorial Hospital held a groundbreaking ceremony for the Emergency Department renovation and expansion on Friday, November 9. Construction will start on Monday, November 12. BMH President and CEO Steven R. Gordon stated “This is an exciting time for our community and Hospital family. The State of Vermont […]

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Surgeons Discuss Joint Replacement Options in Series of Talks

Surgeons Discuss Joint Replacement Options in Series of Talks Southern Vermont Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine will present a three-part discussion series entitled, “A Joint Effort: Conversations about Orthopaedic Surgery and Integrated Care.” During each presentation, the audience will hear about advances in joint replacement techniques from orthopaedic surgeons and patients who have undergone the procedures […]

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BMH Sends Drug Recall Notifications to Patients

BMH Sends Drug Recall Notifications to Patients Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is sending notification to patients who were given drugs manufactured by the New England Compounding Center (NECC). Under the joint recommendation of Centers for Disease Control and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, all drugs manufactured by NECC have now been recalled. NECC has been […]

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Craig Rinder, MD

BMH Offers Free Prostate Screening Clinic, October 29

BMH Offers Free Prostate Screening Clinic, October 29 Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is offering a free prostate screening clinic from 5:30-7:30PM on Monday, October 29 on the third floor of the BMH Dunham Building. Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of death for men in America. In addition to the free screening, the visit will […]

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