BID–Needham has played a significant role in Jana Kierstead's life. Watch the video to hear Jana's story.Watch Video
For the Trotmans, giving back and community involvement has become a family affair. Read about their significant impact in the Fall, 2018 issue of Giving Strength.Read more
BID–Needham announced that Stephen Eyre, MD, has assumed the role of chief of the Division of Urology at the hospital. In the fall, the practice will be moving to a new state-of-the-art facility.Read More
BID–Needham Earns Silver Plus Stroke Award from American Heart Association
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A Mother's Story We could tell you more about the exemplary work of our Stroke Team, the Emergency Department, and everyone here at BID–Needham but we think patient Julie Redlitz says it best in this video. Hear how this mother of three survived a stroke after coming to BID–Needham. This is the story of one patient and how she was surrounded by a community of caring at BID–Needham.
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