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The Team of the Month recognition is awarded for the amazing work that numerous teams, groups, committees and departments perform either on a regular or occasional basis that directly relates to any of our five cornerstones: People, Quality, Service, Growth and Finance. The Team of the Month is given a luncheon celebration hosted by Michael V. Sack,President and Chief Executive Officer, banners listing their team name are featured throughout our facilities, they are given a framed certificate and the opportunity to present for give minutes at a Leadership meeting.

Team of Month Nomination Form

Nominate Team of the Month Online here

Nomination forms may also be picked-up in the Human Resources Office at either Lawrence Memorial Hospital of Medford or Melrose-Wakefield Hospital.

Team of the Month

Community Teams

Essential links into the community Hallmark Health’s community teams partner with area leaders, civic groups, faith-based services and grassroots organizations to address overall wellness and specific health issues in the communities where they live and work. With 70 Hallmark Health team members across six communities, these teams promote the mission and vision of Hallmark Health by taking an active role within our communities. Community team volunteers can be found on any given weekend or evening (rain or shine!) helping at senior centers, serving meals at churches, taking blood pressure measurements at city events, running community health fairs and programs, and serving on the boards of local civic groups.

Hallmark Health community teams provide an essential link between the health needs within the community, such as substance abuse, overdose prevention, depression, suicide, and sexual abuse, and efforts to improve access to medical, behavioral, and support services. Community team members volunteer their time and talents for the betterment of our communities.

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