New Bedford Wellness Initiative

Hawthorn Cardiologist Michael Rocha, MD, has decided to do something about the health of the New Bedford area. Dr. Rocha now leads a monthly Wellness Walk at Buttonwood Park the first Saturday of every month at 10:00 am. The group meets at the entrance to the zoo. Walk around the park at a pace comfortable for you. Do the whole 2-mile walk or whatever you can. The idea is to “Get Moving; Get Healthy.” The New Bedford Wellness Initiative was formed to raise health awareness and encourage physical activity. Check out their Facebook page for information about other upcoming activities.

New facility being constructed at Faunce Corner campus

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A new 126,700 square-foot, three story building is being constructed adjacent to the main Faunce Corner Road facility. It will house a women's center, pediatrics, internal medicine, orthopedics, a rehabilitation center, OB/GYN services, diagnostic imaging, a laboratory, and a walk-in urgent care center.

Hawthorn Medical welcomes physicians

Dilma Silva, MD
Internal Medicine
Paula Freedman, MD
Pediatrics
Michael Mitchell, MD
Urgent Care Center
Jennifer Crook, MD
Oncology/Hematology

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Join Us August 6th to Learn About Concussions

Join Dr. Chad Beattie, a Primary Care Sports Medicine Specialist to learn more about concussion prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.

Dr. Beattie will cover what a concussion is, why a 2nd concussion can be more dangerous, and they can or cannot be diagnosed.

The event will be at the Fairhaven High School Performing Arts Center from 6 - 8 p.m., on August 6th. The school is located at 12 Huttleston Avenue (Rt. 6) in Fairhaven, MA.
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Free Healthy Weight for Life Session

If you've been thinking about starting a healthier diet and lifestyle this summer, why not join us for a Healthy Weight for Life session?

Learn how this program can help you lose weight and keep it off. We've had great reviews from participants.

Find out about our regular free sessions by calling 508-996-3991 x2543 for information and to reserve.
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Hawthorn Medical Associates is pleased to welcome Nephrologist Patricia M. Myers-Gurevitch, MD, who has joined the group practice. She will see patients at 537 Faunce Corner Road, Dartmouth.

Dr. Myers-Gurevitch provides specialty care for patients with disorders involving the kidneys including chronic kidney disease, acute kidney failure and hypertension. She has been involved in renal disease clinical research at New York Presbyterian Hospital Nephrology and Hypertension Division. Board certified in Internal Medicine, she is a member of the American Medical Association, American Society of Nephrology, American College of Physicians and the National Kidney Foundation.

Dr. Myers-Gurevitch graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan and completed an Internal Medicine residency and a Nephrology fellowship at New York Presbyterian Hospital – Weill Cornell.
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Next Wellness Walk is Saturday, August 2nd

The next Wellness Walk is Saturday, August 2nd, at 10 a.m. Meet in front of the Buttonwood Park Zoo entrance.

Hawthorn Cardiologist Dr. Michael Rocha will lead participants on a two-mile walk around Buttonwood Park on the first Saturday of every month. Do the whole two miles or whatever you can at a pace that’s comfortable for you.
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We're excited to announce the recipients of our scholarship program which encourages academic preparation in healthcare. Each of the following students received a $3,000 scholarship and will begin college in the fall:

• Andrew Driscoll, Apponequet Regional High School, will study Nursing at Northeastern University;
• Emma Porto, Dartmouth High School, will attend Quinnipiac University to study Nursing;
• Paige Teves, Fairhaven High School, will study Nursing at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth;
• Hayley Napier, Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical High School, will study Dental Hygiene at Mount Ida College;
• Emma Finnerty, New Bedford High School, will study Biomedical Engineering/Pre-Med at Boston College;
• Rachel Brown, Old Rochester Regional High School, will study Occupational Therapy at Quinnipiac University;
• Julia Valeri, Westport High School, will attend the University of Massachusetts Amherst to study Biochemistry/Molecular Biology; and
•Jade Shing, Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School, was awarded the William Holliday III, MD, Memorial Scholarship to study Nursing at Curry College.

With this year’s scholarships, Hawthorn Medical has awarded a total of $177,000 to 59 outstanding students to help support them in their goal. Congratulations to all!
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