Celebrating 50 Years of Service

How does a family celebrate a mother and grandmother’s upcoming 100th birthday? With a gift to the hospital where she has volunteered for the past 50 years!

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Winchester Colleagues Walk for Cancer Patients

Got Hope is made up entirely of colleagues from the Winchester Hospital Center for Cancer Care. After Winchester became part of Lahey Health in 2014, the oncology crew knew they wanted to help raise money for patients by being part of the 5K.

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McCance Family Makes a Dream Come True

Parents of newborns in the Special Care Nursery can check in on their babies any hour of the day or night, thanks to a generous gift for video-streaming cameras.

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Taking First Steps Together

Winchester Hospital’s First Steps program is a way for parents and grandparents to honor a baby while helping future newborns.

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$2 Million Gift Will Help Moms and Newborns

A new $2 million gift will bolster Winchester Hospital’s lactation program for more than 2,000 new mothers each year. This generous gift ensures that mothers will have plenty of support to nurse their babies, even after they leave the hospital.

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McDonough Fund
Nursing Education Thrives, Thanks to McDonough Fund

To care. To heal. To excel. In service to our community. That is Winchester Hospital’s mission. An essential part of the mission is an educated, well-prepared nursing workforce. To help achieve that goal, the James F. McDonough, MD, Fund for Nurse Education and Development was established in 2002. Money for this fund is raised primarily through the annual James F. McDonough, MD, Golf Classic, and it provides scholarships to qualified nurses wishing to expand their knowledge and expertise.

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Center for Healthy Living’s Healing Yoga program
Funding Comfort in Times of Need

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.

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Nurses Meet Unique Elder Care Needs

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.

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