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Those individuals made a very traumatic event less stressful …
I would like to relate my experience at Harrington Hospital. I was taken to the Southbridge Emergency Department with what was to be diagnosed as TIA. Read more from Katherine Lam »
Every staff member was professional, friendly and answered any question I had.
Dr. Arturo and his staff treated me with professionalism and support and made me feel like I was their most important patient. Read more from A Satisfied Patient »
You could tell that public service is where he belongs!
Ricardo Veras was very responsive and had multiple ways to solve my problem.  Not only was he professional, but he was also personable. Read more from Ashley Marie »
As an extremely pleased patient, I write to tell you of the excellent work on my behalf by MRI Techs Rebekah and Wendy.
As an extremely pleased patient, I write to tell you of the excellent work on my behalf by MRI Techs Rebekah and Wendy. Read more from Larry Morrison »
You people have the most outstanding employee in the Diagnostic Imaging Department.
You people have the most outstanding employee in the Diagnostic Imaging Department. Read more from Dawn Piche »
“I would choose The Cancer Center at Harrington again and again and again.”
Lisa said she tells everyone she can about Harrington and encourages people to go there for treatment. “From someone who has been to Worcester, been to Boston and been to Southbridge, I would choose The Cancer Center at Harrington again and again and again – no question.” Read more from Lisa Dumont »
“It is the little things that make such a big difference in the experience we had.”
Darlene's 8-year-old granddaughter Serenity fractured her arm riding her 4-wheeler. A trip to the Harrington HealthCare emergency room in Webster confirmed the fracture and required orthopedic follow-up, and a day-procedure in Southbridge. Read more from Serenity (Per her grandmother, Darlene Levasseur) »