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Stay up to date with the latest news and information from Saint Vincent Hospital. Here’s you’ll find updates and news releases about our health care team, programs we offer and medical services we provide.

Saint Vincent Hospital Honors 25 Graduates of the NICHE Program

December 12, 2016

On Tuesday December 13th 25 Saint Vincent Hospital employees will be honored for being the first class of NICHE designated clinicians to graduate from the program at Saint Vincent Hospital. In attendance will be the Massachusetts Secretary of Elder Affairs, Alice Bonner. Saint Vincent Hospital received the designation as a NICHE Hospital earlier this year. The NICHE (Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders) designation indicates a hospital's commitment to elder care excellence.
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Outpatient Behavioral Health Program Now Open!

July 29, 2016

Saint Vincent Hospital recently began welcoming patients into their newly designed Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) at 299 Lincoln Street in Worcester. The PHP will serve individuals who require focused and structured behavioral health therapy. It will also facilitate the transition from an inpatient setting to home by offering day treatment in a safe and comfortable setting.
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Welcome Dr. Patricia D. Chernosky & Dr. Brenda E. Hallenbeck

July 28, 2016

Dr. Brenda E. Hallenbeck and Dr. Patricia D. Chernosky will be joining the newly established Women’s Wellness Associates, located at Saint Vincent Hospital, 123 Summer Street, Suite 587, Worcester, MA. 01608. The Obstetrics and Gynecology practice opened Monday, July 25th. The doctors welcome both their existing patients, and new patients, to the practice.
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Tackling Cancer, One Patient At A Time

October 18, 2015

When people find out what Dr. Mark Brenner, the chief radiation oncologist at Saint Vincent Hospital in Worcester, does for a living, he says he often gets one response in particular.
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Make the switch to low-fat or fat-free milk

October 05, 2012

The only thing “whole” about whole milk is a whole lot of calories, saturated fat, and cholesterol. By switching to low-fat or fat-free milk, you cut calories, fat, and cholesterol but keep the great health benefits milk has to offer.
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Sleep. It's Good For You!

October 05, 2012

Just like eating and breathing, sleep is a necessary function that we may take for granted. And just like responses to eating and breathing, our body tells us when we don’t get enough sleep
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