Inspirational Stories told by Our Neighbors
"Everyone, the nurses, the patient care assistant, gave
me the clear impression that all they had to do was
take care of me,"
Lisa Rei was dumb-struck when she was diagnosed with breast
cancer. “I was 39,” she recalled. “I was not expecting this.”
Tom Coty, Dudley
In February 2012, Tom, a 47-year-old facilities director at a YMCA,
was feeling pressure in his forehead. He thought it was a sinus
"I’ve been telling all my friends, you really should go!"
Beverly Robert, Webster
"I like what they’ve done here in Webster," she said. "I think they’re
treating women with respect."
Bob LaFlower, East Brookfield
Cheri MacKinney and Jim Winslow, Webster
When Cheri cut her face deeply in two places after walking into
a plank on the back of a parked truck, she went to the
Emergency Care Center at Harrington HealthCare at Hubbard.
In Memoery of Bob Lafleche, Southbridge*
The Sturbridge resident received both radiation and
chemotherapy treatment at
The Cancer Center at Harrington, and he wouldn't
consider going anywhere else.
Stephanie Sterritt, Oxford
Oxford resident Stephanie Sterritt was accustomed to driving to Worcester, some 25 minutes away, when 6-year-old daughter Abigail MacKay needed pediatric care. But when Abigail recently ruptured an ear drum, she was anxious and hoped to get immediate medical attention.
MJ Parquet, Webster
With every last page of every book I read you and your
staff will be in my gratitude!