Welcome to Hallmark Health System's (HHS) Media Coverage section. This section is designed to assist patients and journalists seeking information about our current news and to introduce our healthcare experts. We are also available to assist you by providing information about HHS and its members, including Lawrence Memorial of Medford and Melrose-Wakefield Hospitals.
- Created on Friday, December 05 2008 13:26
Advance For Nurses
By Sarah Long
Dec. 3, 2008
Community hospitals operating outside a major metropolitan area often have the unenviable task of competing with large nationally known medical centers, trying to prove to potential patients they offer the same up-to-date techniques as their reputable neighbors.
However, it is possible to carve a niche in the local community through education and outreach, as evidenced by the successful launch of a comprehensive bone and joint program by Hallmark Health System, the nonprofit inpatient and outpatient provider of vital health services to Boston's northern communities.
- Created on Wednesday, December 03 2008 16:17
By Nell Escobar Coakley
Dec. 3, 2008
While music may soothe the savage beast, Lawrence Memorial Hospital is giving the old adage a new, high-tech twist.
Nurses at the Hallmark Health facility are conducting a study to see if music has any effects on patients waiting for procedures in the endoscopy unit. On Nov. 1, nurses Judy Moffatt and Donna Begin, clinical leader of endoscopy and recovery, started taking a sampling of patients to see if music should become a routine part of the unit's care.
- Created on Wednesday, December 03 2008 16:13
Boston Business Journal
By Mark Hollmer
Oc1. 31, 2008
Michael Sack has plenty of sleepless nights, driven by thoughts about the future of health care.
Sack, the 59-year-old CEO of the community hospital group Hallmark Health System, calmly reveals this during a lunch earlier this month at the Bristol Lounge, a restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel in Boston's Back Bay.
- Created on Tuesday, August 07 2007 05:00
August 7, 2007
By Nell Escobar Coakley
Every time she pulls into the parking lot at Lawrence Memorial Hospital, Deb Cronin-Waelde still checks out her old dorm room at the school of nursing.
But these days, the registered nurse isn’t back to teach or learn, she’s heading up a new program that will enable patients to educate and prepare themselves when it comes to joint replacement surgery.
“It’s an all encompassing project,” said Cronin-Waelde of the bone and joint replacement program. “It will totally focus on patient education and preparation for surgery.”
But that’s what other hospitals do as well. So, what makes this so unique?
- Created on Thursday, July 26 2007 05:00
Melrose Free Press
July 26, 2007
“Whenever young children and families are in need, Sharon Burton will not be far away.”
So began the introduction written about Sharon Burton, Melrose resident and Hallmark Health employee, who was recently named recipient of the 2007 Community Service Award by the Tri-City Community Action Program Inc. (Tri-CAP). For the past three years, Burton has served on Tri-CAP’s Head Start Policy Council, and is a council member of the Malden-Everett Family Network. And as the local coordinator for the Women, Infants and Children program (WIC), Burton is responsible for making sure doctors in the area are aware of services offered by WIC for low-income families. But perhaps Burton’s busiest role is running the Mothers Helping Mothers Free Clothing Store in Malden.
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