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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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#FacesofBIDPlymouth

Since 2017, Derek Trube, Executive Chef, has been serving up delicious meals to both staff and patients at BID-Plymouth. “I appreciate that when I make a great meal, it can bring a little joy to a patient’s hospital stay, and that I’m making a positive difference in their life,” he says. Derek showed an interest […]

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Cancer Survivors Day 2019

On June 20th, more than 450 community members gathered at the BID-Plymouth campus to celebrate National Cancer Survivors Day. The festive atmosphere was palpable under the big white tent as radio personality Jordan Rich served as Master of Ceremonies, handing out door prizes and one-liners. Some guests headed for the complimentary chair massages provided by […]

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“She was my lifeline.”

Julie and Tina

Julie Lynch’s workday as a BID-Plymouth Emergency Department nurse started on an unusual note earlier this month when she was surprised by a large group of smiling people waiting for her. Julie stood in stunned silence as a staff member read through an emotional testimonial from Julie’s former patient, Tina. Three years ago, Tina had […]

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#FacesofBIDPlymouth

Suzanne Calvino, Patient Coordinator in Oncology, has been working at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth for 43 years. In her role, she helps new patients schedule appointments over the phone… and she makes many new friends in the process! It’s hard to feel anything but happy in Suzanne’s presence. Her warm smile and bubbly personality shine, […]

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Loss and Gratitude

“I wanted to send my appreciation to the Cranberry Hospice staff for their support of my beautiful mother, Lee J. Anderson, who passed away this January, and my phenomenal best friend of 40 years, Carrie Torrance, who passed just seven days later. It was overwhelming to see their respective diseases strangely and tragically align for […]

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