A few years ago, Sal Paterna of Windham,New Hampshire, wasn’t sure his wife Susan had long to live. For most of their 48 years of marriage, Susan struggled with her weight. Now her health was declining: she was battling diabetes, she had undergone two knee replacements, and her liver was starting to fail.Read More ›
Supporting Winchester Hospital
You, our donors, inspire and amaze us. We are so grateful for your choice to make a gift to Winchester Hospital. We hope that you will feel rewarded and recognized as you read about the ways you and your fellow donors are making a real difference, every day.
We invite you to browse these pages to learn more about various ways you may donate, how you can get involved, upcoming events, and much more. Philanthropy has been so important to Winchester Hospital, and it’s vital to our future. Thank you for your generosity!
Elderly patients being admitted to Winchester Hospital have extra reasons to feel secure that their care will be exceptional: In 2015, it became a Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders (NICHE) hospital. Being a NICHE hospital means it is proactively and fully dedicated to providing elders with sensitive and exemplary care.Read More ›
Jayne Rennie received her diagnosis of breast cancer just four months after losing her job, which at age 70, there was no chance of replacing. On top of the bone-deep fatigue and stress of her disease and treatment, her house wasn’t selling and financial difficulties were mounting. To make things a little easier for her, staff at Winchester Hospital’s Center for Cancer Care gave her $50 gift cards, which she used for co-pays and for gas to get to and from her appointments.Read More ›
Thank you from the CEO
raised at the 2016 James F. McDonough, MD, Golf Classic to benefit Winchester Hospital
Belong to a legacy society at a Lahey Health hospital