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One of the Largest Taxpayers In Methuen and Haverhill Holy Family Tax Revenue Provides Vital Support for Local Schools, First Responders, and Municipal Services.

Orthopedic Surgeon Steven J. Andriola, MD will present a seminar on the role of MAKOplasty™ for partial knee resurfacing on May 12, 2016, from 6 to 7 p.m. in the ground floor auditorium at Holy Family Hospital in Methuen. Dr. Andriola will explain how this computer-assisted procedure is used to treat knee pain, the conservative and surgical treatments for osteoarthritis, and the advantages of the different surgical approaches for knee pain.

Holy Family Hospital is pleased to announce that Marcella L. Rivard has accepted the position of chief financial officer. A certified public accountant with a master’s degree in business administration, she comes to Holy Family Hospital with over 30 years of experience in health care finance - 25 of them in Massachusetts health care.

Holy Family Hospital and Mary Immaculate Health/Care Services invite all community members to a free educational program called “Supporting the Chronically and Seriously Ill and Their Families.”

Dr. Muto will talk about who is at risk for developing venous disease, describe complications of venous disease, review current diagnoses for venous disease, and discuss treatment options.

Holy Family Hospital, Methuen High School, Methuen Rotary Club, and Align Credit Union are working together to clean-up the walking path that is owned by and borders Holy Family Hospital’s Methuen campus. The goal is to clear the trail, which abuts Methuen High School, so it can be used for Methuen High School physical education and athletics programs, as well as the community.

In honor of National Healthcare Decisions Day, Holy Family Hospital invites the community to come in for free information about advanced directives including healthcare proxies and living will documents.

Board-certified Dermatologist David Gruber, MD. from Andover Dermatology, will provide free skin cancer screenings at Holy Family Hospital in Methuen during the month of May, in honor of Skin Cancer Awareness Month.

People who smoke, chew tobacco, consume alcohol, or have a prior history of head and neck cancer, have a greater risk of developing head and neck cancer. Symptoms include a lump, a sore that does not heal, a sore throat that does not go away, difficulty swallowing, and a change or hoarseness in the voice.

Orthopedic Surgeon Thomas Hoerner, MD will present a medical Meet the Expert seminar on the role of MAKOplasty™ for partial knee resurfacing and total hip replacement on April 5, 2016, from 6 to 7 p.m. in the ground floor auditorium at Holy Family Hospital in Methuen.