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Staying Healthy and Safe This Summer

By Anna Jaques Hospital, Newburyport.com Correspondent
Anna Jaques Hospital is an independent, not-for-profit community hospital serving 17 cities and towns in the Merrimack Valley, North Shore and Southern New Hampshire.
Anna Jaques Hospital
ER, Greater Newburyport

Summertime in Newburyport brings beautiful weather, trips to the beach, outdoor activities, celebrations, and vacation fun. With that can also come accidents and injuries – big and small. Open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year – the Anna Jaques Hospital Gerrish Family Foundation Emergency Department is here to provide advanced ER, emergency services right in the community.

 

ER Features:

  • Fast track services for minor injuries
  • Level III Trauma Center
  • Radiology
  • Laboratory
  • Consults/Referrals across 50 specialties
  • Tele-stroke service with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  • Diagnostic Imaging (CT Scan, MRI, etc.)
  • Access to more in-network providers
  • MedFlight helicopter service to Boston if needed

Entrance/access to the ER is located at 23 Rawson Ave., Newburyport, MA. To learn more, visit www.ajh.org/ER

Summer Safety Tips!

·        Sun Protection:  Wear light clothing and sunscreen, and reapply every few hours.

·        Bug Safety:  Avoid scented soaps, perfumes and hair sprays. Avoid stagnant pools of water, uncovered foods and gardens where           flowers are in bloom. Use insect repellent and/or cover up with light clothing.

·        Bee Sting:  To remove a visible stinger from the skin, gently back it out by scraping it with a credit card or fingernail.

·        Heat Stress:  Drink plenty of water, and take a break every 20 minutes while active in the heat.

·        Car Safety:  Never leave children or pets alone in a hot car, even for a few minutes.

·        Pool Safety:  Closely supervise children in the pool and never leave them alone, even for a moment. Swim with “buddies”. Secure    gates and fences at all times.

·        Open Water Swimming:  Never swim alone. Teach children about rip currents – if you are caught in a rip current, swim parallel to shore until you escape the current, and then swim back to shore.

·        Boating Safety: Wear life jackets at all times when on boats, docks or near bodies of water.

 

2019 Great Chefs’ Night ~ Boots & Scrubs

By Anna Jaques Hospital, Newburyport.com Correspondent
Anna Jaques Hospital is an independent, not-for-profit community hospital serving 17 cities and towns in the Merrimack Valley, North Shore and Southern New Hampshire.
Anna Jaques Hospital
Great Chefs' Night

Yee haw! Boots & Scrubs, the 2019 Anna Jaques Hospital Aid Association Great Chefs’ Night, will ride into town on Friday, April 5th at the Blue Ocean Event Center in Salisbury, MA. Come dressed in your finest pair of jeans and cowboy boots, or favorite fancy duds. All to benefit Anna Jaques Hospital.

For more than 25 years, this signature event hosted by the Anna Jaques Hospital Aid Association has brought together employees, volunteers, board members, community leaders, and hospital supporters to enjoy food samplings from local restaurants and chefs, live entertainment, raffle prizes, a live auction, cash bar, and dancing.

Enter to win 2 fabulous Great Chefs’ Night raffles:

  • $5,000 jewelry raffle, donated by Matt and Karyn Khatib of M.K. Benatti Jewelers. Tickets: 1 for $20 or 3 for $50
  • $5,000 dream vacation, donated by BNY Mellon. Win a travel voucher for the destination of your choice. Tickets: 1 for $50

Thank you to this year’s Great Chefs’ Night presenting sponsor: Provident Bank.

For more information or to purchase event and/or raffle tickets, please visit www.ajh.org/aidassociation.

 

Make your health a top priority this 2019

By Anna Jaques Hospital, Newburyport.com Correspondent
Anna Jaques Hospital is an independent, not-for-profit community hospital serving 17 cities and towns in the Merrimack Valley, North Shore and Southern New Hampshire.
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In 2018, the top New Year’s resolutions in America were:

  1. Get healthy
  2. Get organized
  3. Live life to the fullest

The best way to kick-off 2019, and strive to achieve all of these resolutions, is to make your health a top priority. For women, your health has many factors at play: family history, age, physical activity, stress, and lifestyle choices to name a few. Life can be very busy and women often put their family and other responsibilities before their own health.

*Try taking a day for yourself to get an annual screening, like a mammogram, and treat yourself afterwards with something you enjoy for taking the time to get checked. View the head-to-toe checklist and talk with your doctor – don’t let signs and symptoms linger.

At Women’s Health Care, our team of providers are dedicated to caring for women throughout their lifetime and are here to help you achieve your health goals. Schedule an appointment at our locations in Newburyport, Haverhill & Middleton at 978-556-0100 and ask for the office of your choice. Visit www.WHCobgyn.org to learn more.

 

Anna Jaques Hospital Aid Association Presents Annual Gift

By Mary Williamson, Newburyport.Com Correspondent
Executive Director of the Anna Jaques Hospital Community Health Foundation, Mary brings more than 25 years of well-rounded management and fundraising experience grounded in relationship and community building. Her multi-faceted expertise will advance the philanthropic activities that support the sustainability and strategic initiatives of Anna Jaques Hospital.
Anna Jaques Hospital

On October 18th, at its 130th Annual Meeting, the Anna Jaques Hospital Aid Association presented a check in the amount of $170,000 to Mark Goldstein, President & CEO, Mary Williamson, Vice President of Development, and David LaFlamme, chair of the hospital board of trustees.

The funds were designated to the following areas: the Wound Care Hyperbaric Chamber, two Intensive Care Unit rotation beds, cardiac catheterization and interventional radiology system, the Gift Shop renovation project, the fund to support under insured patients, and to purchase comfort teddy bears.

The Aid Association’s success is attributed to annual events like Great Chefs’ Night, the AJH Gift Shop, the beloved bake sales and plants sales, the art display and sales program, and the Holiday Arts & Craft Fair, to name a few. These events also reflect the important role that the Aid plays as they bring together local businesses, community leaders, hospital supporters, and philanthropic individuals in support of its community hospital. The Anna Jaques Aid Association works closely with the Anna Jaques Community Health Foundation which also helps raise funds for the hospital.

For more details, visit www.ajh.org/aid-association

 

AJH Community Health Foundation Annual “Fore Your Health” Golf Tournament

By Mary Williamson, Newburyport.Com Correspondent
Executive Director of the Anna Jaques Hospital Community Health Foundation, Mary brings more than 25 years of well-rounded management and fundraising experience grounded in relationship and community building. Her multi-faceted expertise will advance the philanthropic activities that support the sustainability and strategic initiatives of Anna Jaques Hospital.
Anna Jaques Hospital
AJH Community Health Foundation, Fore Your Health

The Anna Jaques Hospital, AJH Community Health Foundation held its 28th Annual Fore Your Health Golf Tournament on August 13th at Renaissance Golf Club and raised over $128,000. Proceeds of the tournament will support MAKO™ robotic arm technology at the hospital.

Under the leadership of Byron Matthews, Chairman of the Golf Committee, the annual Fore Your Health tournament has generated over $2 million to support programs and services at AJH. Thank you to Byron and the committee of volunteers for their hard work and dedication to this event: Steve DeGuglielmo, Rich Doolan, Luis Fernandez, Dr. Kevin Gasiorowski, Tom Howard, Rob Kotarba, John Matthews, Mac McKay and Donna Twombly.

Congratulations to St. John’s Prep’s Drew Semons and Robbie Forti, who won the 12th Annual Byron Bowl High School Challenge, sponsored by SPS New England Inc. Thank you also to Amesbury, Hamilton-Wenham, Ipswich, Masconomet, Newburyport, and Triton high schools for participating in this year’s event.

About the AJH Community Health Foundation

Led by a volunteer Board of Trustees, the Anna Jaques Hospital Community Health Foundation works with the hospital and medical staff to provide the highest quality medical care to our patients and improve the health of our community. The Foundation supports these goals through community outreach and education, and seeks philanthropic support from grateful patients and community members, employees, foundations, and businesses through outright gifts, events, and planned giving, and works closely with the AJH Aid Association.

To find out ways to support Anna Jaques hospital visit www.ajh.org/become-a-donor

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