Hallmark Health System is the Official Healthcare Partner of the Boston Bruins
Hallmark Health System joined forces with 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.
The partnership is a natural fit for both Hallmark Health and the Bruins. Hallmark Health system’s exceptional orthopedic surgeons and premier Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
provides advanced care, treating orthopedic injuries and diseases in people of all ages including those suffering from sports-related injures.
As the official healthcare partner of the Bruins, Hallmark Health System and the Bruins will conduct various community outreach activities and special healthcare programs in the concourse level of TD Garden prior to select home games.
For more information on our Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine or Rehabilitation Services click on the links below.
Fans ages 7-15 are eligible to win a one day Bruins contract including two (2) tickets to a Bruins game, a VIP parking pass, exclusive in-game experience including a meet-and-greet with a Bruins player, a visit from Blades and more!
Enter to win a spot in Boston Bruins Rink of Dreams
Sunday, April 14 | TD Garden
Enter now for your child's once-in-a-lifetime chance to participate in an on-ice clinic hosted by Bruins alumni Andy Brickley, Bob Beers and Tommy Songin at the TD Garden. All players will receive a custom Bruins jersey and gift bag.
To enter for the chance to win, please complete the entry form here. Please note that all entrants must be currently enrolled in organized youth hockey.
Boston Bruins Visit Melrose-Wakefield Hospital 2010
Two Boston Bruin stars, Andrew Ference, (l.), defenseman, “Blades,” the official mascot bear of the Bruins and Brad Marchand, forward, visited Melrose-Wakefield Hospital on Monday afternoon, Nov. 1. The trio met with patients on several floors of the hospital and signed autographs for Hallmark Health employees and hospital visitors. In the photo below they meet with Ruth Dineen, from Everett.
Boston Bruins Visit Lawrence Memorial Hospital