Deborah Cronin-Waelde, RN, coordinator of the Hallmark Health Bone and Joint Program, was recognized during a recent presentation at Anthony’s in Malden. She has been with Hallmark Health for more than 20 years and is a resident of Melrose.
“I love my nursing career and it transcends my personal life as well,” Cronin-Waelde said during her acceptance speech. “I am truly blessed and fortunate to be surrounded on a daily basis by the most competent, caring and compassionate group of nursing professionals you will ever meet.”
“Women Making a Difference” is the Zonta Club of Malden’s way of honoring those that offer service work to the community and make a difference by going out of their way to help others.
“Deb is a very special person whose nursing care, compassion and care for the community makes her such a deserving individual for this recognition and honor,” said Steve Kapfhammer, executive vice president of Melrose-Wakefield Hospital. “It’s people like Deb that make Hallmark Health a better place.”
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.