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November 20, 2019

Harrington Physician Services Welcomes New Providers

November 21, 2019, Southbridge, MA — Harrington Physician Services is welcoming new providers to its medical staff. Shanise Perez, NP, and Carol... continue »
November 19, 2019

Harrington Physician Services Welcomes Orthopedic Surgeon Lydia Parzych

SOUTHBRIDGE, MA, November 21, 2019 – Lydia Parzych, MD, has joined the Harrington Physician Services (HPS) Orthopedic Surgery team in Southbridge. D... continue »

The Cancer Center at Harrington received a check for $1,300 from the Charlton Police Department on behalf of its fundraising efforts for the Pink Patch Project. The Charlton Explorers, Charlton Police Department and Charlton Dudley Rams Youth Football & Cheer teamed up to sell over 100 patches, with 100% of the proceeds going toward The Cancer Center in Southbridge. Retired Police Detective Mike McGrath said it was important for the group that the money raised directly supports patients in treatment. The Cancer Center has a dedicated fund that helps patients and their families with co-pay assistance, medication expenses, transportation and other helpful items. The CDYFC donated their concession stand tip jar during a few home games, and the Police also set up a table at Treehouse Brewing Company in October. Many, many thanks to our wonderful, supportive community for the generous donation, which will assist so many patients who live right in south-central Massachusetts.

From left: Stacy Delacruz, Harrington Infusion Nurse; Heather Staniszewski, Harrington Infusion Nurse; Donna Kentley, PA, The Cancer Center at Harrington; Joseph Fantini, Executive Director of Fundraising for CDYFC; Austin Foyle, Lieutenant with the Charlton Police Explorers; Stephanie LaChance, Charlton-Dudley Cheery Director; Beth Bourassa, Treasurer, CDYFC; Graham Maxfield, Charlton Police Chief. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to our entire Laboratory/Pathology team on another successful CAP accreditation. Harrington participates in The College of American Pathologists accreditation program every two years, which involves an on-site assessment of compliance with program requirements.

A team of 14 inspectors arrived at Harrington in November and reviewed over 3,300 standards. During interviews and in the exit conference, the Lab received accolades for [the employee's] passion for their work, attention to detail, innovative processes and efficiency, as well as their high-level engagement.

CAP Laboratory Accreditation helps laboratories maintain accuracy of test results, manage rapidly evolving changes in laboratory medicine and offer professional development and learning opportunities. ... See MoreSee Less

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