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Improved Search and Multimedia Features Highlight New Version of BMHVT.org

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital launched a new version of its website, bmhvt.org, which features easier functionality and new content for people in Windham County looking for health care and health-related information. Designed by FirstTracks Marketing Group of Peterborough, New Hampshire, the new bmhvt.org uses drop-down menus for faster access. Users can go directly to the information […]

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Tobacco Cessation Workshop at BMH Starts November 1

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital will host another installment of “Fresh Start: Tobacco Cessation Workshop” in the Tyler Conference Room starting Tuesday, November 1. The free, six-week class offers help to participants who wish to stop smoking. A trained facilitator from the Vermont Department of Health Access will run the sessions, which take place every Tuesday through […]

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Safe Driving Class for Senior Citizens, November 5

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is offering an AARP Safe Driving Class on Saturday, November 5 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 is designed to provide awareness about the impact […]

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Radiologic Technologists at BMH Celebrate National Radiologic Technology Week

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital of Brattleboro, VT celebrates National Radiologic Technology Week® to honor the hard work and accomplishments of its radiologic technologists. Children are invited to the clinic to learn about how x-rays work. Those who bring along their favorite stuffed animal or toy can have an x-ray taken of it that they can take […]

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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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BMH says THANK YOU 819 Times!

BMH is excited and thankful to announce that we have exceeded our Annual Giving goal in fiscal year 2011 (which runs from October 1, 2010 through September 30, 2011).  It is with great appreciation that we say thank you, and again, thank you to the 819 supporters.  In all, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital received $256,053 in […]

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BMH Files Application for Emergency Department Expansion

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital submitted a Certificate Of Need application to renovate and expand the emergency department and to move an upgraded MRI to the Richards Building. The application was sent to the Vermont Department of Banking, Insurance, Securities and Health Care Administration (BISHCA) on August 25. The $7.7 million dollar project will modernize and expand […]

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BMH To Provide Health Services to People Traveling Abroad

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital announced it will begin providing health services to area citizens planning trips out of the United States through its Occupational Health Department. The services fill a gap left by World Learning when they closed their travel health center prior to the start of their fall semester. Previously, students in the World Learning […]

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