Urologist Abdulrahman Babeir, MD will talk about the causes of kidney stones, symptoms, and available treatment options.
Neurosurgeon Robert A. Miller, MD will talk about the causes of lumbar stenosis, symptoms, and available treatment options.
November 10 2017
Neurosurgeon Robert Miller, MD will talk about the causes of lumbar stenosis, symptoms, and available treatment options.
Holy Family Hospital has earned an “A” Hospital Safety Grade for Fall 2017 from the nationally recognized Leapfrog Group, an independent healthcare industry watchdog. The Leapfrog Group’s Safety Grade gives health care consumers guidance about the safety of general acute-care hospitals, so they have the information they need when choosing a hospital for care. The Safety Grade represents a hospit...
Dr. Boruta, formerly at Massachusetts General Hospital, is now Chief of Gynecologic Oncology for Steward Health Care System, and brings his expertise and skills to patients throughout the Massachusetts Steward Health care system, including Holy Family Hospital.
Guest speakers Pulmonologist Samy Sidhom, MD, Oncologist Ankur Mehta, MD, and Radiologist Janneth Romero, MD, who specializes in chest CT will talk about advances in lung cancer screenings, management, and treatments including the role of immunotherapy and targeted therapy.
Orthopedic Surgeon Steven Andriola, MD will explain how robotic arm-assisted surgery is used to treat knee pain, the conservative and surgical treatments for osteoarthritis, and the advantages of the different surgical approaches.
Targeted mpMRI Fusion biopsy takes images from a pre-exam MRI and fuses them with real-time ultrasound images, creating high-definition 3D color images that enable physicians to accurately target abnormal tissue during an ultrasound-guided biopsy.
Holy Family Hospital in Haverhill will host a Be The Match marrow donor registry drive and an American Red Cross blood drive on Sunday, November 5, 2017, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the first-floor auditorium. The marrow donor registry drive is being done in partnership with the Flanagan family in honor of their daughter Allison “Alli” Flanagan. Alli, now a sophomore at Whittier Regional Vo-tech, was ...
October 13 2017
Three medical experts will join together to present a free seminar about advances in the detection, management and treatment of lung cancer at Holy Family Hospital in Methuen on Thursday, November 2, 2017.
Dr. Hoerner will go over the anatomy of the hip, causes of hip pain, medical treatments available, and surgical options including the anterior and posterior approaches for hip replacement surgery.
Cardiovascular rehabilitation programs are designed to help people with cardiovascular problems recover faster and improve their quality of life. AACVPR-certified programs are recognized as leaders in the field because they offer the most advanced practices available.
Holy Family Hospital is pleased to welcome Christine M. Basil, MSN, RN as Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer. Christine comes to Holy Family Hospital with over 16 years of experience and an extensive clinical background in nursing, nursing education, and leadership. Her career began in the Emergency Department at New Britain General Hospital in New Britain, Connecticut, where she later a...
Join us for an evening of the latest information about cancer genetics and breast cancer imaging guidelines, as well as elegant refreshments.
Board certified by the American Board of Surgery, Dr. Matthews' special interests are general surgery, minimally invasive surgery, and laparoscopic foregut and hernia surgery.
Shilpi Ranjan, owner and instructor of EZCompliments Indian cooking classes, will be cooking with lentils and a hint of traditional Indian spices.
Primary Care Physician Sokharith Mey, MD will offer tips about the best ways to achieve optimal health, and once achieved, how to maintain it. Dr. Mey is fluent in English and Cambodian.
Neurosurgeon Robert A. Miller, MD will talk about lumbar stenosis and back pain.
June 30 2017
Pulmonologist Essam Ansari, MD will define chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, describe symptoms, and identify available treatment options.
The conference will be held on Friday, September 15, 2017 and offer 6 AMA Category 1 physician risk management CMEs; 7 contact hours for nursing; and 6.5 CEUs for social workers, and 6 CEUs for licensed mental health counselors.