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Free Workshop on Managing Chronic Pain, August 7 – September 11

Free Workshop on Managing Chronic Pain, August 7 – September 11 Brattleboro Memorial Hospital will offer another series of the Stanford University Chronic Pain Self-Management Program starting Thursday, August 7. The free, six-week workshop teaches participants to better self-manage their pain, stress and frustration with a variety of fun and practical techniques including flexibility exercises, […]

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First-ever Wellness in Windham Health Festival

First-ever Wellness in Windham Health Festival This year Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, the Brattleboro Retreat and Grace Cottage Hospital are presenting the first-ever Wellness in Windham Health Festival. This fun, free, family-friendly event will be held on Saturday, September 22, 2012 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm on the Brattleboro Retreat lawn. The festival will include […]

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BMH “Clicks for Foodbank” Campaign Raises Awareness About Food Insecurity

BMH “Clicks for Foodbank” Campaign Raises Awareness About Food Insecurity Brattleboro Memorial Hospital filled seven grocery bags with canned items for those in need in Windham County thanks to the participation of more than 100 people in its “Clicks for Foodbank” campaign. During the month of June, BMH pledged to donate one canned item to […]

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Medical Community Recognizes Retiring Physicians

Medical Community Recognizes Retiring Physicians Brattleboro Memorial Hospital and other medical service providers in the area recognized and toasted the careers of twelve retiring physicians during a reception on Thursday, June 28 at The Putney Inn in Putney, Vermont. The honored physicians, in alphabetical order, were David J. Albright, MD; John R. Bookwalter, MD; Hilke […]

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New Moms Network July Schedule

New Moms Network July Schedule Programs of Brattleboro Memorial Hospital’s New Moms Network in July start with a session called “Summer Safety” on Wednesday, July 4th. This will be presented by BMH perinatal specialist Dawn Kersula. The program on Wednesday, July 11th is called “How a Baby Learns to Love” presented by Jennifer Bailes Hart, […]

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Making Memories Art Exhibit on Display at BMH in July

Making Memories Art Exhibit on Display at BMH in July The New England Organ Bank touring art exhibit, Making Memories, will be on display between the hours of 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM in the hallways off the main lobby at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital from July 1-31. Making Memories began touring in 2008 and has […]

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FDA Re-certifies BMH Breast Care Program

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital announced its Comprehensive Breast Care program has been re-certified by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. FDA officials visited the hospital on June 13 to review technical and physician ongoing education, and to evaluate quality control measures, equipment, hospital policies and other information. Under the Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA), recertification is […]

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BMH Offering Moderate Sedation for MRI Patients

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is now offering patients who need Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) services the option for moderate sedation during the procedure. The new service is a collaboration between the Departments of Radiology and Anesthesiology, and allows patients who might be in pain or feel claustrophobic to have imaging studies that assist with diagnosis and […]

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Ann Wang-Dohlman, MD, MPH

Allergist Joins Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Starting June 22

Allergist Joins Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Starting June 22 Brattleboro Memorial Hospital announced allergy specialist Ann Wang-Dohlman, MD, MPH will be joining the medical staff on Friday, June 22. She will be available to see patients every Friday at 19 Belmont Avenue, 1st Floor, Suite 1201. The phone number for appointments is 802-451-1980. Dr. Dohlman received […]

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Free Managing Chronic Pain Workshop Offered June 28

Free Managing Chronic Pain Workshop Offered June 28 Brattleboro Memorial Hospital will offer another series of the Stanford University Chronic Pain Self-Management Program starting Thursday, June 28. The free, six-week workshop will cover truths and myths about chronic pain and help participants make an action plan. Participants should come wearing comfortable clothing that allows for […]

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