Labor of Love

The miracle of pregnancy is life-changing, but no more so than for women with addiction. “Pregnancy changes things for a mom, and we need to be posed to offer an opportunity for women to make those changes with us,” said Melissa Sherman, MD, FACOG, who runs a unique grant-funded program at Beverly Hospital that offers a comprehensive set of medical, emotional and social supports for women with addiction.

Labor of Love

The miracle of pregnancy is life-changing, but no more so than for women with addiction. “Pregnancy changes things for a mom, and we need to be posed to offer an opportunity for women to make those changes with us,” said Melissa Sherman, MD, FACOG, who runs a unique grant-funded program at Beverly Hospital that offers a comprehensive set of medical, emotional and social supports for women with addiction.

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Robbins Nest Foundation Gives $50,000

Peter and Lucy Robbins know the value of having a top-notch hospital nearby, so when they heard of Beverly Hospital’s plans to build new maternity facilities, they were all-in.

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Program Helps Teens with Anxiety, Stress

Thanks to a grant from the Woburn-based Cummings Foundation, dedicated counselors like Rhyanna Anderson will be back in North Shore schools this fall helping teens deal with stress, anxiety, depression and more.

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Supporting Beverly Hospital Is This Family’s Tradition

For Joanie and Tim Ingraham, Beverly Hospital is part of the family. It’s where their sons were born and where Tim’s father was a neurosurgeon, so donating to the hospital has been a long family tradition. Now they have made leadership gifts toward a new maternity pavilion.

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A Gift For the Next Generation

Allan and Marilee Gilbert are giving $1 million to Beverly Hospital for a capital project that will expand maternity services.

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Nursing Scholarship Fund Honors Longtime Leader

The North Shore community has enthusiastically embraced the Frederick Thorne Nursing Scholarship Fund, which was established late last year in honor of Beverly Hospital’s longtime friend and steadfast ally Fred Thorne.

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Dramatic Rescue Prompts Lifesaving Gift

Gloucester emergency personnel received a 911 call early one February morning from a local supermarket. A 56-year-old employee had gone into cardiac arrest and collapsed, unresponsive, in the back room. EMTs arrived immediately and began steady, continuous chest compressions in preparation for the trip to Addison Gilbert Hospital.

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