Wing Medical Centers

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Wing Medical Centers
Wing Medical Centers is listed in the Physicians & Surgeons category in Ludlow, Massachusetts. Displayed below are the social networks for Wing Medical Centers which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Wing Medical Centers on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 81.

Contact information for Wing Medical Centers is:
34 Hubbard St
Ludlow, MA 01056
(413) 589-0583

"Wing Medical Centers" - ZapScore Report

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Wing Medical Centers has an overall ZapScore of 81. This means that Wing Medical Centers has a higher ZapScore than 81% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Ludlow, Massachusetts is 37 and in the Physicians & Surgeons category is 32. Learn more about ZapScore

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New technology offers pediatric surgeons more precision at the operating table: bit.ly/2qgwo3m


Dr. Stuart Anfang was awarded the Excellence in Clinical Psychiatry award from the Massachusetts Psychiatry Societ†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


From the 1800's to today, Baystate Health is proud to provide skilled & compassionate care in Wmass for over 140 ye†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Fifteen years ago Taisha Diaz was born premature and was just days old when Dr. Kevin Moriarty, chief of Pediatric Surgery at Baystate Children’s Hospital, operated on her for a gastrointestinal emergency. Flash-forward to 2017, and Dr. Moriarty found himself operating again on Taisha using a new surgical procedure to aid him in removing her gallbladder. Read the full story here: http://bit.ly/2qgwo3m
Little did Taisha Diaz expect that the pediatric surgeon who operated on her just days after her birth back in October 2001 at


5/8 was one for the books for the BMC Emergency Dept w/412 patients registered & a record 171 ambulances transporti†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


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Monday, May 8 was perhaps the busiest day Baystate Medical Center Emergency Department team members have ever experienced. On any given Monday about 350 people arrive at the ED, but that Monday, 412 patients arrived and were registered. A record 171 ambulances transported patients to BMC on that day. On an average Monday, 120 ambulances transport patients. Thank you to the staff who likely didn’t notice or miss a beat at the increased volume. It's because of all of you that we are able to deliver a higher state of caring.

Baystate Medical Center Wesson 4 social worker, Tara Bates worked tirelessly to grant one of her patient's wishes; to be reunited with her son whom she hadn’t seen in over 40 years. Some family issues years ago had resulted in her son being placed out of the patient’s care. Bates managed to locate the patient's son who had also wondered about his mother, but didn't know how to find her. This reunion was tearful and joyous and allowed both mother and son an opportunity to reconnect. Bates advocated for her patient, going above and beyond to give the patient comfort and closure. This is just one example where Tara exemplified a higher state of caring. Bates explains, “During the patient’s hospitalization, she was given a diagnosis that made her start thinking about life differently. Hearing her personal stories, one thing stood out and that was her wish to see her son again. Being a mother myself, I could not imagine having that void in my life and wanted to do everything possible to try and give her that second chance. This reunion was one of the most memorable times of my career. It gave them an opportunity to work on developing a new relationship. It was a true honor to be part of such a memorable occasion, she adds.

Back in the 1800's our Merrick Operating Room had extra-large windows to maximize available sunlight in a time when electrical lighting was primitive. The large windows would have faced north to take advantage of natural light while minimizing the solar heating encountered with south-facing windows. The operating room also featured an observation area for nursing students. Fast forward to the operating room of today: a modern environment with state of the art equipment and technology outfitted to meet our patients' needs. With roots dating to the founding of Springfield City Hospital in 1873, Baystate Health has been providing skilled and compassionate health care in Pioneer Valley for more than 140 years.

In need of a fun night out for a great cause? Attend the 13th annual Wine & Beer Tasting to benefit Baystate Home Health on Friday, June 2 at Tekoa Country Club. Thanks to the generosity of the Westfield Spirit Shop and Commercial Distributing Company, friends can sample delicious wines from throughout the world and fantastic local craft beers, while supporting great home care and hospice services. Purchase your tickets today! http://bit.ly/2q4BYWm
will be held on Friday, June 2, 2017 at the Tekoa Country Club in Westfield. Proceeds from this event will support homecare and hospice services at...