Every year, the Nantucket Cottage Hospital Foundation publishes its annual Report to Our Donors to celebrate, highlight, and thank our donors and volunteers. This report is filled with the names of people who recognize that life as we know it on Nantucket wouldn’t be the same without a hospital that meets the needs of a thriving year-round community. It’s one of the ways we acknowledge the hundreds of men, women and children who generously share with us their talents and treasures as volunteers, donors and staff. Read the full report.
Nantucket Cottage Hospital honored the recipients of the annual Partners in Excellence awards, which recognize superlative performance throughout the Partners HealthCare system, during a ceremony earlier this week at 56 Union.
This year’s individual award winners are Jason Graziadei and Nancy Pittman. The team award went to the Nantucket Cottage Hospital Food Services team, including Maria McGrath, Team Leader, Bob Buccino, Dean Chianese, Orlando Fowler, James Kyomitmaitee, Chris Lemont, Chai Sophonwattana and Wendy Turbini.
The awards were presented by Jeff Davis, Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Mass General, and NCH President and CEO Dr. Margot Hartmann, who offered the following comments about each of the recipients:
National Volunteer Week is celebrated April 15 – 22nd and Nantucket Cottage Hospital is proud to celebrate our Blue Coat team, who volunteered a total of 2,594 hours in 2017!
- Over 400 Hours: Ed Benedict (413)
- Over 200 Hours: Toby Greenberg (248), Peter Richards (224)
- Over 150 Hours: Priscilla Saperstein (176), Banc Winsor (163)
- Over 100 Hours: Duncan Will (146), Paul Clarke (134.5), Randy Wight (132), Nick Miller (111), Pat Flemming (108), Donna Davis (104), Maryanne Haigley (104)
- Over 60 Hours: Kevin Dugan (69), Terry McGovern (63)
- Over 50 Hours: Virginia Carrey (55), Patsy Ernst (53), Mary Zibelli (50)
- Over 30 Hours: Deborah Beale (37)
- Over 20 Hours: Joan Badie (28), Patty Keneally (28), Dorothy Verney (28), Tanya Thairatana (27), Marcia Anderson (25), Lily Jimenez (25), Susan Greenberg (20)
- Up to 20 Hours: Kate Smith (18), Judith Weinstein (18), Tansheka Edwards (12), Robert Ford (8)
Wednesday, April 11, 2018 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Open House at the Nantucket Culinary Center, 22 Federal Street
Free Event – Stop By!
- Meet Nantucket Cottage Hospital’s Sports Medicine & Physical Therapy team
- Speak to the experts and get your questions nanswered
- Hear how you or your loved ones might benefit from their services
- Enjoy complimentary appetizers and a cash bar for a fun and informative a night out
LEARN MORE ABOUT …
SPORTS MEDICINE: Meet Kelly Facteau, MSPT band Brittany Russo, PTA and discuss techniques to prevent injuries while exercising. Ask questions about taping and bracing techniques and sports-specific rehab.
PHYSICAL THERAPY: Talk with Liz Camp, DPT, and Jameson Heise, DPT about balance, and therapeutic exercise to restore your movement and functionality, and knowing when it’s necessary to use assistive devices. And chat with Kelly Facteau, MSPT and LouAnn Bronson, PT, BS about pelvic floor dysfunction.
SPEECH THERAPY: Join Sara Perroni, SLP to hear how adults with progressive and neurological conditions might benefit from speech therapy. And meet Jody Newman, MA, SLP, CCC and Blanca Ramos, SLPA to discuss when it’s necessary to seek speech therapy for a child.
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY: Ask Pedro Amaral, OTR/L your questions about hand, wrist and elbow issues. And meet Jenna Darkow, OTR/L, who can discuss when it’s necessary to seek occupational therapy for a child.
This event is sponsored by Nantucket Cottage Hospital’s Women+Wellness Lecture Series. Click here to learn about our signature summer event on July 23, 2018.
What are your top health priorities?
Nantucket Community Health Needs Assessment
Tuesday, March 27, 2018
6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Atheneum Great Hall
Voice Your Opinions!
Nantucket Cottage Hospital is updating its triennial Community Health Needs Assessment, an opportunity for the island to give NCH important feedback on the top health issues facing Nantucket. On Tuesday, March 27th, we will present the latest qualitative health and demographic data gathered by local, state, and federal agencies about Nantucket, and ask island residents to identify their top health concerns and social determinants of health.