the behavioral health team at Cheshire Medical Center

Cheshire Medical Center’s Behavioral Health Team Supports the Mental and Emotional Needs of Patients

The Behavioral Health Team supports the mental health of Cheshire Medical Center patients.

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Scott Willis with Meredith Lynch

For Walpole Resident Scott Willis, Volunteerism is More Than an Activity—It’s a Calling.

Scott Willis is living with multiple disabilities, but has been inspired to volunteer at Cheshire Medical Center.

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Nurses at Cheshire Medical Center

Nurses Are the Lifeblood of High Quality Care at Cheshire Medical Center

Nurses are leaders at Cheshire Medical Center.

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Man reading with child

Picture Books Connect Kids, Families, and Pediatrics Providers

Reading books during pediatric visits can help doctors measure development and makes the children happy.

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Masimo Patient SafetyNet™ Remote Monitoring and Clinical Notification System

Together, We are Bringing Life-Saving Technologies to Keep Patients Even Safer

Cheshire Medical Center brings new technology to the forefront of helping patients get well.

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Nurse and Athletic Trainers

Teaming Up for Keene High School Athletes

Cheshire Medical Center trainers and Keene High School have teamed up to make sure student-athletes stay healthy.

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Doula with family after childbirth

Celebrating 2,000 Volunteer Doula-Assisted Births

Cheshire Medical Center celebrated the 2000th doula-assisted birth.

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Autumn Vergo of Women's Health at Cheshire Medical Center

Women’s Health: Interview with Autumn Vergo, MSN, CNM, APRN

Autumn Vergo, MSN, CNM, APRN, Chief of Obstetrics at Cheshire Medical Center speaks about Women’s Health at Cheshire.

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The Cheshire Doulas celebrating 20th year of supporting birthing parents.

Cheshire Doulas Celebrate 20 Years Supporting Parents in Labor

The Cheshire Doulas are a group of highly-trained volunteers who provide birthing parents with free, continuous physical, emotional, and informational support during labor.

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Young provider wraps elderly female patient's wrist with gauze.

Walk-In Care Clinic or ED: Where to Choose

Life can throw us some painful curveballs: sprains and broken bones, cuts and bruises, infections, fevers, and flu. For problems that can’t wait a few days for an appointment with a primary care provider, many turn to the Emergency Room (ER) for care.

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