- Created on Thursday, May 07 2009 17:35
MELROSE, MA - May 7 2009- To better accommodate the diagnostic imaging needs of patients throughout the region, Hallmark Health System has expanded its list of imaging services with the addition of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of the breast at Melrose-Wakefield Hospital.
Breast MRI is available on the hospital's new GE 1.5T Excite HD MR system, which delivers highly detailed images of the human body with increased speed and better resolution. With this latest addition patients throughout the region now have easier and more convenient access to the most sophisticated technologies available for the detection and treatment of breast disease.
- Created on Monday, April 27 2009 15:34
MELROSE, MA - April 27, 2009- Hallmark Health System announces the new Diabetes and Endocrinology Center at Lawrence Memorial Hospital of Medford will host a series of educational forums, beginning this spring.
The forums, which are free and open to the public, will kick off on Wednesday, May 20, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Johnson Conference Room at Lawrence Memorial Hospital, 170 Governors Ave. in Medford.
- Created on Monday, April 20 2009 13:01
MELROSE, MA - April 20, 2009- Hallmark Health System recently held the first ever Christine Cameron Research & Evidence-Based Practice Symposium.
The symposium highlighted research studies conducted by nurses throughout Hallmark Health that addressed the delivery of quality care to patients and families, both in the hospital setting and the community.
- Created on Wednesday, April 08 2009 05:00
MELROSE, MA - April 8, 2009- Hallmark Health System has added another sophisticated diagnostic tool to its comprehensive radiology program at Melrose-Wakefield Hospital. Magnetic Resonance Arthrography is now available on its new, state-of-the-art, GE 1.5 Excite HD MR System.
A Direct Magnetic Resonance Arthrography exam yields high-resolution images of tears to the shoulder, wrist, hip and knee that are often difficult to diagnose. The method is highly accurate and far superior to conventional Magnetic Resonance systems.
- Created on Thursday, April 09 2009 13:39
MELROSE, MA - April 9, 2009- Hallmark Health System is teaching families about the dangers of shaken baby syndrome through a new program that focuses on education, prevention and support.
With the number of shaken baby syndrome cases on the rise in Massachusetts, it is more important than ever to address this issue. Shaken baby syndrome involves brain injuries caused when a parent or other caregiver violently shakes an infant. About one in four cases of shaken baby syndrome results in death.
Prior to leaving the hospital with her baby, each new mother will be given one-on-one education on shaken baby syndrome by a registered nurse. Whenever possible family members who will be involved with caring for the baby will also receive education. The education focuses on infant crying and soothing your infant.
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