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You, our donors, inspire and amaze us. You rallied around our healthcare heroes this spring as we responded to the  COVID-19 pandemic. Your gifts will continue to make a difference because there is much more to do as we welcome you back for preventive and routine care.
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In My Mother’s Honor

Sue Powers, RNMS, distinctly remembers her discomfort when her mother was undergoing treatment for breast cancer almost 20 years ago and couldn’t find a comfortable bra.  “We had nowhere to turn for help,” Sue said, “so I decided that I would find a way to create a safe space for women to shop for bras, wigs, and other items that would help them while undergoing cancer treatments.”

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Investing in our Nurses

Although COVID-19 cancelled the annual golf tournament that supports the James F. McDonough, MD, Fund for Nursing Education, the Winchester community, corporate supporters and individuals donated over $111,000 so that Winchester Hospital could continue to develop and educate nurses. For many donors, their gift was a tangible way to thank all of the nurses who have risked and continue to risk their lives caring for COVID-19 patients.

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Thank you from the President

Dear Friends,

Thank you for your kind words, gestures, and meals during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you, too, for your generous donations to the Winchester Hospital Healthcare Heroes Fund. All of us here have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from people we know and those who we have never met. It has been so gratifying to know that our community is aware that many have put their lives at risk while caring for patients.

I can now say that we fought the greatest pandemic in our history, and are coming out on the other side. Although we continue to care for COVID-19 positive patients, our numbers have significantly decreased.

As we begin to resume many routine and elective procedures, we want to assure you that we are taking every precaution to keep you and our staff safe. Our Safe Care plan meets or exceeds safety standards from the US Centers for Disease Control and the MA Department of Public Health.

So again, I thank you and reassure you that, as we have for 108 years, Winchester Hospital stands ready to take care of you, your family, and your friends.

With gratitude,

Richard Weiner, MD


raised at the 2019 James F. McDonough, MD, Golf Classic to benefit Winchester Hospital

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belong to a legacy society at Beverly and Addison Gilbert Hospitals, Winchester Hospital or Lahey Hospital & Medical Center