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Hallmark Health provides significant community benefits to local communities

MELROSE, MA - July 13, 2009- The greatest community benefit Hallmark Health System can provide is being there when sickness or injury strike. No other local organization is at the ready 24 hours a day, every day of the year, to save the life of a young mother who suddenly experiences a life threatening complication during the delivery of her child, prevent a fatal heart attack in a middle aged businessman by quickly opening clogged arteries with lifesaving emergency angioplasty, provide behavioral health care to a teenager who is suicidal or keep a beloved grandparent alive, alert and active with lifesaving surgery.

Hallmark Health to use grant for osteoporosis education, screening and outreach

MELROSE, MA – July 2, 2009- Hallmark Health System has been awarded a generous grant from the Junior Aid Association of Malden.


The funding will be used to purchase a state-of-the-art bone density screening machine for the Hallmark Health Bone and Joint Program. This portable unit will allow clinicians to go out into the community and provide free, accurate and real time results to patients that attend educational seminars.

Hallmark Health awards defibrillators to local organizations

MELROSE, MA – June 25, 2009- Hallmark Health System recently awarded five local organizations with an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), a device that can often mean the difference between life and death.

Hallmark Health’s cancer program receives approval from the American College of Surgeons

MELROSE, MA – June 12, 2009- Hallmark Health’s cancer program was recently received approval with commendations from the American College of Surgeons, recognizing the high quality of its programs.


The recent approval allows the cancer center to continue its designation as a “Community Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Program.”

Hallmark Health to host ‘The Young Athlete: Prevention and Treatment of Sports Injuries’


MELROSE, MA – June 5, 2009- More than three million sports-related injuries in children under the age of 15 are treated in hospital emergency rooms and physician offices each year.


According to the Centers for Disease Control, the majority of these injuries in children result from playing basketball, baseball, soccer, football and even gymnastics. In response to this growing medical problem, Hallmark Health System invites parents, coaches and anyone involved in the care of student athletes to a free seminar, “The Young Athlete-The Prevention and Treatment of Sports Injuries.”

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