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July 12, 2023

UMass Memorial Health – Harrington Welcomes Madeline Lane, NP to Sturbridge Family Medicine Practice

SOUTHBRIDGE, MA, July 12, 2023 – UMass Memorial Health – Harrington (UMHH) has welcomed Nurse Practitioner Madeline Lane AGPCNP to its Sturbridge Family Medicine Practice located at 198 Charlton Road in Sturbridge, Massachusetts. ... continue »
March 27, 2023

UMass Memorial Health – Harrington Welcomes Stanley Swierzewski III, MD to Urology Practice

CHARLTON, MA, March 27, 2023 – UMass Memorial Health – Harrington (UMHH) has welcomed Stanley J. Swierzewski III, MD to its Urology practice located at 20 Southbridge Road in Charlton, Massachusetts.... continue »

Today we had the honor of having members of the Festival of Giving Trees committee visit the Cancer Center where they presented a $20,000 check from the 25th Annual Festival of Giving Trees (FOGT), in 2022. The mission of the Festival is to raise money to help the Silent Spring Institute, the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition and The Cancer Center at Harrington Hospital fight the battle against breast cancer and to help fund cancer research. Over the past twenty-five years, the FOGT has raised and donated $854,000 to these beneficiaries.The 26th Annual Festival of {Giving} Trees will be held this year on Thursday, November 30th – Sunday, December 3rd. For more information please visit: Thursday, December 5th – Sunday, December 8th. For more information please visit www.sparklingtrees.comFrom left to right: Tracy Glacken, Director of Operations at UMMH Cancer Center at Harrington; Shealyn Schroth, Administration Assistant at UMMH Cancer Center at Harrington; Brenda Lacaire, FOGT Chairman; Jeff Skonieczny, FOGT Secretary; Starr Wilson, FOG Treasurer; Courtney Kotfila, NP at UMMH Cancer Center at Harrington; Janet Garon, FOGT Vice President

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We will never forget.Today, on September 11, UMass Memorial Health remembers thousands of those who became the unfortunate victims of such a tragic attack. Take a moment to reflect and share this post as a tribute to those we lost, and as a symbol of support to all those forever affected. #NeverForget #911Anniversary

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I would like to thank the amazing staff in Day Surgery for treating me like family.
Michael Martel was known throughout his community of Sturbridge, MA for his quiet kindness and pleasant disposition, his humbleness and his fun sense of humor.
I'm happy that I have Dr. Matthew Dalke as my doctor. He is such a caring doctor and he listens to you without rushing you. I never had such an understanding doctor.
When I was told I had breast cancer, I decided to stay close to home. I had the most terrific surgeon Dr. Thomas Johnson. He was so kind and compassionate. He told me what the surgery would entail, and everything well. I am not looking back to what was, but ahead thanks to Dr. Johnson.
“For the first time in three years, I feel no pain,” Margaret says. “Dr. Oh really helped me to feel better. He didn’t make me feel bad about my ongoing pain. And all of the nurses were so kind as well – they even wheeled me from [the orthopedic surgery office] over to the hospital [to receive the injection] and back to my car.”
I'm a patient of Harrington Hospital's Orthopedic Surgery office. Dr. Samantha Chase [orthopedic surgeon] has been such an asset to me. She has the perfect balance of humanity, concern, bedside manner, and she is an amazing doctor.
My son Dominic had a colonoscopy at Harrington Hospital today, and I want to send a special THANK YOU to our nurse, Paula. She was incredibly professional and provided excellent care for my teenage son. I cannot express my gratitude enough for her nursing skills.
Kathy-Jean in outpatient surgery is an amazing nurse, I feel very blessed to have her caring for me each time I have to have a procedure or surgery. Demarius on the third floor outpatient unit was awesome as well - so caring, and can hit your vein in one shot! I would pick both of them to care for me every time I needed medical care if I could!
I went to the ER on 6/12 for severe abdominal pain. I ended up having an appendectomy performed by Dr Rose. He assured me everything would be fine and you could tell how much he cares about his patients. He was so nice and empathetic and put me at ease! Thank you so much Dr Rose!!!
Our 12 year old son was recently in the ER at Harrington Hospital, Southbridge. Unfortunately, he was there for a total of 9 very long days. The entire nursing staff was wonderful with him, but there was one nurse in particular that really made his stay a lot easier! Kamby really took great care of him!
Harrington Hospital
I want to acknowledge and appreciate Dr. Powers, and all the nurses for taking good care of me.
Urgent Care Express, Oxford
I wish I could paint a clear picture as to the extreme difference between UMass and Harrington Urgent Care! I am completely impressed with Harrington.
Harrington Hospital
It seemed like within 5 seconds, there was a nurse standing next to me checking him out and getting him right in to be taken care of.
Harrington HealthCare at Webster
I am very grateful for the care and compassion I received at Harrington!
Harrington HealthCare at Webster
I honestly don't think it would have ever felt better without her expertise
UMass Memorial Healthcare


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Effective December 1, 2022, UMass Memorial Health -Harrington has implemented a new visitor policy:

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