Executive Director of New Milford Hospital to Speak at Woodbury Public Library

Deborah Weymouth, Executive Director of New Milford Hospital, speaks at Woodbury Public Library. Come learn about the Western Connecticut Health Network and pose your health care questions.

On Thursday evening, Feb. 28th at 7 p.m., Deborah Weymouth, the Executive Director of New Milford Hospital, will share news about her hospital’s merger with Danbury Hospital.  Over the past several months they have been in the process of a formal affiliation between the two hospitals with both entities emerging as the Western Connecticut Health Network.  During that time, the two hospitals have been working on various integration activities.  As a result, they are much stronger and more stable – and it is time to look to the future.

The new Emergency Dept., current services, healthcare reform, and any other questions that you may have will be discussed at this special library powerpoint presentation.

New Milford Hospital has also funded a new database at Woodbury Public Library.  Called “Consumer Health Complete,” this is a fabulous addition to our other helpful and informative databases, offering medical news, evidence-based reports, fact sheets and pamphlets, drug and herb information, and other alternative sources for medical help.  Videos are also available from this database.  Use your Woodbury library card from our website (www.woodburylibraryct.org) to access Consumer Health Complete and receive up-to-date relevant information which can’t be found in normal web searches!

Woodbury Public Library on 269 Main Street South will host the speaker. 

For more information please call the library at 203-263-3502.

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