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Memorial Hospital Introduces "Baby Boxes" - A 75 year Old Finnish Tradition

11/27/16

NORTH CONWAY, NH –   Memorial Hospital Birthing Center along with A New Life prenatal clinic is unveiling an extension to their safe sleep education program with the introduction of the baby box. Inspired by the maternity packages that the Finnish government has been sending out to all expectant mothers for 75 years, the baby box provides a safe sleep environment for babies up to eight months of age. It also offers parents a starter kit for their new…read more...

HOLIDAY SHOPPING SUPPORTS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AT THE SUNCATCHER GIFT SHOP

11/26/16

NORTH CONWAY, NH –     Are you looking for a meaningful way to shop for holiday gifts while also supporting your local community hospital? Located in the Main Lobby of Memorial Hospital, the Suncatcher Gift Shop is staffed and run by volunteers. The Shop is stocked with many items that will be sure to please folks on your holiday shopping list.  A large assortment of clothing, jewelry, hats, scarves, diabetic socks, baby items, toys…read more...

Matt Geary, DPT Joins Physical Therapy at Memorial Hospital

11/10/16

Geary brings sports medicine emphasis to North Conway hospital’s outpatient physical therapy practice

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Memorial Hospital seeks new participants for their Patient & Family Advisory Council

11/4/16

NORTH CONWAY, NH –   Are you looking to help your community hospital gain a better understanding of patient needs? Memorial Hospital is seeking new participants for their Patient & Family Advisory Council.  The Council was founded by Dr. Ray Rabideau ­­­over 8 years ago to serve as a conduit between the public and the Hospital. Its goal is to support Memorial’s commitment to meeting the health needs of the Mt. Washington…read more...

A Journey of Hope for Cancer Patients in Mount Washington Valley

11/3/16

A new attendee at the cancer support group sat quietly while others told their stories. He had recently been diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer and was feeling very dejected. When it was Betty Bond’s turn, she explained that she was a seven-year survivor of Stage 4 ovarian cancer. For the first time, the group’s newest participant spoke up. “Finally,” he exclaimed, “someone who has survived a Stage 4 cancer!”

It’s just one of many examples of the…read more...

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