Holy Family Hospital to Sponsor Seminar on Medicare Updates at Nevins Library in Methuen

Medicare 101- Things to Consider as Open Enrollment Approaches will be the topic of discussion at Nevins Library in Methuen on September 28, 2015 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Gerald Lodge, an expert in the health insurance industry, will guide attendees through changes in Medicare and things to consider as the open enrollment period approaches.

Mr. Lodge has worked in the health insurance industry for 27 years; 10 years with Blue Cross Blue Shield and 17 as a field sales representative with Tufts Health Plan Medicare Preferred.

Holy Family Hospital is sponsoring this free presentation which will be held in the Garden Room on the lower level of Nevins Library, 305 Broadway Street in Methuen, MA.

A light supper will be served. Registration is required as seating is limited to 30.
To register, please call our DoctorFinder™ line at 1-800-488-5959.                                              

About Holy Family Hospital
Holy Family Hospital (www.holyfamily-hospital.org) is a 383-bed acute-care hospital with two campuses, Holy Family Hospital in Methuen and Holy Family Hospital at Merrimack Valley in Haverhill. Both locations provide comprehensive inpatient, outpatient and 24/7 emergency services to the greater Merrimack Valley, southern New Hampshire and the New Hampshire seacoast. Holy Family Hospital’s Methuen and Haverhill campuses are proud recipients of the Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission. Both campuses have also earned “A” Hospital Safety Scores from The Leapfrog Group for their performance on national standards of safety, quality and efficiency. Holy Family Hospital is part of the Steward Health Care Systems LLC, the largest integrated community care organization in New England, which combines over 3,000 physicians, 10  hospital campuses, managed care, insurance programs, home care, an imaging operation, and a number of other post acute services, to provide the most cost effective and highest quality of integrated patient care.

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