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Mark Burke, MD Joins Brattleboro Cardiology

Mark Burke, MD Joins Brattleboro Cardiology Brattleboro Memorial Hospital today announced Mark Burke, MD, will be joining Brattleboro Cardiology, and will begin seeing patients on the BMH campus starting Wednesday, April 4. Dr. Burke practiced at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital for five years before moving to Cheshire Medical Center in Keene, New Hampshire in 2001. “We […]

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Next Tobacco Cessation Workshop at BMH Starts March 29

Next Tobacco Cessation Workshop at BMH Starts March 29 Brattleboro Memorial Hospital will host another installment of the “Fresh Start: Tobacco Cessation Workshop” in BMH Room B on Thursday, March 29. A trained facilitator from the Vermont Department of Health Access will run the free, four-week class, which takes place every Thursday through April 19 […]

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BMH Nurse Manager To Discuss Success of Mentorship Program in Virginia

BMH Nurse Manager To Discuss Success of Mentorship Program in Virginia The success of Brattleboro Memorial Hospital’s nurse mentoring program is leading to national notoriety for its creator, Debbie Partrick, RN-C. The nurse manager for the BMH Birthing Center has been invited to give a presentation on the program at the Inova Fair Oaks Hospital […]

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BMH Honors Chuck Cummings at Annual Giving From The Heart Gala

BMH Honors Chuck Cummings at Annual Giving From The Heart Gala Brattleboro Memorial Hospital announced tickets are on sale now for its annual Giving From The Heart Gala, which starts at 6:30 PM on Saturday, April 21 at the All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church. During this year’s festivities, BMH will honor Chuck Cummings for his […]

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Safe Driving Class for Senior Citizens, March 24

Safe Driving Class for Senior Citizens, March 24 Brattleboro Memorial Hospital will offer the AARP Safe Driving Class on Saturday, March 24 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm in the Brew Barry Conference Center. The safe driving class is open to anyone who is 55 years or older, both AARP members and non-members. The class […]

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BMH Stress Reduction Class Starts March 20

BMH Stress Reduction Class Starts March 20 Brattleboro Memorial Hospital will offer a free, introductory session for its six-week course “Letting Go of Stress” on Tuesday, March 20. The introductory session will explore how stress affects an individual’s body and mind, and how one can counteract the negative impact of stress and develop “stress hardiness.” […]

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BMH is First US Hospital To Install Anti-idling Kiosk Stations for Ambulances

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is the First U.S. Hospital To Install Anti-idling Kiosk Stations for Ambulances Truck stops provide anti-idling stations for tractor trailer drivers so when they have to park overnight and sleep, they can control the cab temperature and operate electrical components without burning diesel fuel. The driver, or his employer, saves on fuel […]

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Help for Hurting Hands Discussion at BMH

Help for Hurting Hands Discussion at BMH, March 12 Brattleboro Memorial Hospital will offer a free program for people experiencing pain and dysfunction in their hands on Monday, March 12 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM in the Brew Barry Conference Center. Chris Vitello, a certified hand therapist from the BMH Occupational Therapy Department, will talk […]

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BMH Spinal Health Class Begins March 19

BMH Spinal Health Class Begins March 19 Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Rehabilitation Services will offer its “Standing Tall Spine Health: Level 2” program beginning Monday, March 19. The program is designed for individuals diagnosed with osteopenia or osteoporosis who have previously completed the Level 1 course. The classes consist of advanced strengthening exercises for the core […]

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March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month It is an opportunity to educate the community about the dangers, prevention and treatment of colon cancer. Because it’s about a part of the body that people often feel embarrassed to talk about, there is a general lack of awareness about the disease. It has also, at times, kept […]

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