- Created on Sunday, November 23 2008 21:43
Beginning this month, Hallmark Health’s Women’s Health Services Line will be available 24 hours, seven days a week. Callers are invited to leave a message inquiring about the type of program or service they are looking for and a member of the Hallmark Health staff will get back to them. Messages will be checked daily.
The Women’s Health Services Line has made it easier to access information about Hallmark Health and the services and programs available for women. Hallmark Health recognizes that women may have multiple health issues depending on their age, lifestyle or family concerns, so the one-stop shopping model makes sense.
“The Women's Health Services Line adds a personal touch to help women smoothly navigate through the Hallmark Health system,” said Gail Merriam, director of community services for Hallmark Health System. “We are very excited to offer this new service.”
Hallmark Health offers a wide range of programs and services for women including home care, breastfeeding support, nutrition services, diabetes management, cardiac and endovascualr care and much more. The range of services is designed to promote wellness and patient satisfaction.
For more on the programs offered at Hallmark Health, visit www.hallmarkhealth.org or call the new Women’s Health Services Line at 781-979-3480.
Hallmark Health System is the premier, charitable provider of vital health services to Boston's northern communities. The system includes Lawrence Memorial Hospital of Medford, Melrose Wakefield Hospital, Melrose, Hallmark Health Cancer Center, Stoneham, The CHEM Center for MRI, Stoneham, Hallmark Health Medical Center, Reading, Hallmark Health VNA and Hospice, Malden, Lawrence Memorial/Regis College Nursing and Radiography Programs, Medford, and Ell Pond Medical Associates. Hallmark Health is affiliated with Massachusetts General Hospital for cardiology and Tufts-New England Medical Center for neonatology.
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