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Local Businesses are Going Pink

During this Breast Cancer Awareness month, we at BID-Plymouth are so grateful for the support from many individuals and businesses for our nationally-accredited Breast Center. Guests at Viscariello Hospitality Group’s restaurants (Mamma Mia’s, Carmela’s and Three V) have supported the BID-Plymouth Breast Center while enjoying a delicious menu item, such as pink berry sangria or […]

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Honoring Maureen

The generous spirit of Maureen A. Tomaso-Stares lives on through an extraordinary gift made from her estate to BID-Plymouth. Ms. Tomaso-Stares, a Plymouth resident who passed away in 2017, directed her $730,000 donation to benefit the hospital’s Cancer Center, where she was a patient. To honor Maureen and recognize her exceptional gift, more than 50 […]

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Golfing “Fore” a Cause

For 11 years, Mary Ellen Lawrence has organized a golf tournament to benefit the Fragile Footprints Pediatric Palliative Program at BID-Plymouth. Co-chairs Geoff & Lindsay Wilkinson and Cate & Babe Adams have also become an integral part of this successful event, which is generously hosted each year by Indian Pond Country Club. Earlier this month, […]

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“It takes a village”

If you find yourself at BID-Plymouth’s Medical Office Building on a Monday afternoon, you may notice a steady parade of tired but happy moms trooping into the conference room, arms loaded with babies, car seats, and diaper bags. This is the Mother-to-Mother Breastfeeding Support Group, a free program provided by BID-Plymouth for new moms to […]

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Back(pack) to School

With back-to-school season around the corner, BID-Plymouth staff did their part to help some local kids in need start the school year off right. BID-Plymouth staff donated to a school supplies drive to fill brand new backpacks provided by the Salvation Army with basic necessities like pens, pencils, notebooks, and rulers. Thanks to employee generosity, […]

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Serving a Dual Purpose

Meet BID-Plymouth junior volunteers, Sydney and Kiley. These sisters attend Silver Lake High School in Kingston where they’re enrolled in the Allied Health Program, a new option for students with an interest in the healthcare industry. They decided to volunteer at BID-Plymouth at the suggestion of their teacher, BID-Plymouth Nursing Supervisor, Katie Morini. Through their […]

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