Kneeling by the side of her bed at just 13 years old, Diane Bainbridge made the same request to the heavens every night for eight months. “I can remember praying every night that my mother would live.” Her mother, MaryAnn, was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 35 and died less than a year later, leaving the adolescent Diane and her sister without a mother. Now that she’s a mother herself, Diane is participating in the Lahey Cancer Institute 5K Walk & Run in order to raise money for cancer programs and services.Read More ›
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You, our donors, inspire and amaze us. We are so grateful for your choice to make a gift to Lahey Hospital & Medical Center and 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. These stories show how important philanthropy has been to our Lahey Hospital Medical Center and how vital it is to our future. Thank you for your generosity!
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It’s probably not news to you that most of us aren’t sleeping enough. Doctors recommend getting eight hours every night, but the average person gets seven or fewer. The reasons why are complicated and varied, Lahey neurologist Paul Gross, MD, told the crowd during a recent free public lecture. The key to getting a good night’s sleep is good “sleep hygiene,” said Dr. Gross,Read More ›
The walls of the Schwartz home in Andover are covered with colorful, abstract pieces of art. It’s not because Michael and Janet Schwartz are art buffs, though they do appreciate it. Their son, Alex, 25, has autism and uses art as a form of therapy that teaches him independent thinking and ways to express himself. Now two of his works will be featured in Lahey Hospital & Medical Center’s Healing Art Program.Read More ›
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belong to a legacy society at Beverly and Addison Gilbert Hospitals, Winchester Hospital or Lahey Hospital & Medical Center
$3.9 Million Raised
by the Women’s Leadership Council for initiatives at the hospital, including nursing education, the Joseph C. Corkery, MD, Emergency Center, the Hospice Comfort Care Fund and more