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Hallmark Health helps new moms through ‘Creative Coping’

Sept. 28, 2010- Hallmark Health System, which includes Lawrence Memorial Hospital of Medford and Melrose-Wakefield Hospital, is pleased to announce that the organization’s Community Services Department has been re-awarded a grant from the Massachusetts Children’s Trust Fund.

Hallmark Health to offer ‘Connecting and Caring, A Program for New Mothers’

Sept. 23, 2010- North Suburban Women, Infants and Children (WIC), a program of Hallmark Health System, has been awarded a MiniGrant of $6,000 from the Northwest Suburban Community Health Alliance for “Connecting and Caring, A Program for New Mothers.” The program will serve first-time mothers with babies under the age of 1, residing or working in Burlington, Wilmington, Winchester, Woburn and other local communities.

Hallmark Health looking to help you find your ‘Match’

Sept. 10, 2010- Hallmark Health System, which includes Lawrence Memorial Hospital of Medford and Melrose-Wakefield Hospital, is pleased to bring a unique and fun event to those that are looking for a primary care physician.

If you are looking for a new primary care physician join Hallmark Health for Match.doc, a unique information session with a speed dating format, on Tuesday, Oct. 5, 6 to 8 p.m., at Orleans Restaurant in Davis Square, Somerville.

Hallmark Health named ‘Official Healthcare Partner of the Boston Bruins’

Hallmark Health, a major league provider of quality and advanced community healthcare, is proud to announce it recently joined forces with one of Boston’s major sports teams – the Boston Bruins. The agreement between the two organizations makes Hallmark Health the “Official Healthcare Partner of the Boston Bruins” for the next three years.

Hallmark Health to host seminar series on sports concussions

Aug. 27, 2010- As of Sept.1, all athletic directors, medical staff, coaches, parents and support staff of high school athletics will be required by the state to complete a safety training course on sports related concussions.

As many as 3.8 million sports and recreation-related concussions occur in the United States each year. A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head or body that causes the head to move rapidly back and forth. What may appear to be a mild bump or blow can be serious. Coaches, parents or anyone caring for young athletes play a vital role in identifying and responding to the signs and symptoms of a concussion.

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