Raising a Healthy Child

Date: November 03, 2005

Raising a Healthy Child will be the topic of a free lecture by family physician Irina Kogan, M.D., on November 9 at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham. Dr. Kogan will discuss ways parents can help build a foundation of good health that will benefit their children throughout life.

Aging Gracefully with Yoga

Date: September 26, 2005

Yoga Course Will Help People of All Ages "Age Gracefully" Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham and partners are launching a new yoga class to help participants of all ages address some of the physiological issues related to "aging gracefully."

Magical Hospital Fundraiser Slated for November 4th

Date: September 25, 2005

MAGICAL HOSPITAL FUNDRAISER SLATED FOR NOVEMBER 4 "It’s Magic … Imagine the Possibilities" to Benefit Women’s Health Programs at Beth Israel Deaconess-Needham Hospital It’s Magic … Imagine the Possibilities" will be the theme of a November 4 gala to raise funds for women’s programs at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham.

BID Needham Teams Up for Healthy Hearts

Date: September 20, 2005

With the number of overweight and obese Americans reaching epidemic proportions and physical inactivity common, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Needham has joined forces with two respected fitness centers to provide patients with support as they strive to adopt healthier lifestyles.

Needham Hospital Wins National Awards

Date: September 20, 2005

NEEDHAM, Mass. (June 23, 2005) – Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham has received two prestigious national awards reflecting patients’ perceptions of the outstanding patient care they receive at the hospital’s emergency department and inpatient unit.

RN Marks 50 Years of Nursing with Cross Country Motorcycle Trek

Date: September 20, 2005

Joan Caldarella, R.N., is celebrating her golden anniversary as a nurse at a Massachusetts community hospital by riding her Harley Davidson motorcycle over the Golden Gate Bridge. Despite decades of change in the nursing profession, the 72-year-old Mrs. Caldarella has helped at least 80,000 patients in a career of extraordinary stability at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham.