Fluent in English and Thai, Dr. Khemasuwan, is now seeing patients on Wednesdays in The Center for Advanced Thoracic and Pulmonary Care on Holy Family Hospital’s Methuen campus.
Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeons Barry Bickley, MD and Gregory Johnson, MD will talk about Mako™ robotic-arm assisted surgery, and describe how precision placement and minimal incisions can offer improved outcomes for patients.
Learn the latest information about the causes and treatments of hand and shoulder pain at Holy Family Hospital in Haverhill on Wednesday, June 27, 2018, 6-7 p.m. with Upper Extremity Orthopedic Surgeons Pamela Jones, MD and Xavier Simcock, MD.
Holy Family Hospital and EMS Manager Christopher Wood have both earned coveted Paul Coverdell National Acute Stroke Program Awards. Through the Paul Coverdell National Acute Stroke Program, the Centers for Disease Control provides funding and support to state health departments so they can track and measure acute stroke care in order to improve quality of care. This month, during the Massachusett...
On-site interviews for open day and night shift sterile processing and surgical technicians with $2,500 sign-on bonuses for eligible candidates.
Optometrist Dr. Laura Anne Potvin will explain what causes flashes of light and/or something floating in your vision and why it’s important to act swiftly when it happens. She will also talk about the symptoms and causes of retinal detachments and diabetic retinopathy.
Learn the latest information about prostate cancer screening and detection with Urologic Surgeon Liam Hurley, MD.
Learn the causes of carpal tunnel syndrome, the symptoms, how therapy can help alleviate pain, and what’s involved for post-operative care if surgical treatment is needed.
Dr. Hoerner will describe what has changed in Total Knee Replacement surgery over the years, define the role of each health care professional involved in your health care plan, and identify the value-based changes to come.
New technology combined with Holy Family Interpreter Services improves telephone communication
April 25 2018
Dermatologists David Gruber, MD from Andover Dermatology and Christine Kannler, MD from Northeast Dermatology Associates, will hold free skin cancer screenings on May 30, 2018 at Holy Family Hospital in Methuen in honor of Skin Cancer Awareness Month.
The Leapfrog Group is a Washington D.C.-based health care watchdog whose mission is to improve health care quality and safety for consumers.
Holy Family Hospital-Methuen, in conjunction with the City of Lawrence Mayor’s Health Task Force (MHTF)-Behavioral Health Working Group, will host the third Mental Health and Wellness English speaking forum on Thursday, April 26, 2018.
Orthopedic Surgeon Gregory K. Johnson, MD talks about knee and hip joint restoration with Mako™ robotic surgery and cementless bone ingrowth options.
Dr. Boruta, and one of Boston’s 2017 Top Doctors, will talk about who is at risk, identify signs and symptoms, and discuss available treatment options.
Katie comes to Holy Family with over 33 years of experience in nursing, including 17 years in school nursing, most recently as Supervisor of Health and Nursing for Haverhill Public Schools.
Those who smoke, chew tobacco, consume alcohol, or have a prior history of head and neck cancer, have a greater risk of developing head and neck cancer.
Dr. Shah will describe the epidemiology, risk factors and work ups for thyroid nodules and thyroid cancer, identify American Thyroid Association guideline updates, and describe the technical aspects of thyroid surgery.
Fluent in English and Hindi, Dr. Farha has been serving the health care needs of residents in the Merrimack Valley for years, most recently at Greater Lowell Medical Group in Lowell, MA. She welcomes patients who wish to follow her from the Lowell area, as well as new patients in the communities Holy Family Hospital serves.
Dr. Pace from Steward Primary Care of Southern New Hampshire, will talk about the importance of wellness in all aspects of life as we age and offer tips for living a healthy, happy and longer life.