A Good Feeling Leads to a Lasting Legacy
Creating a legacy means making a difference to an organization. Lynn Martin has done just that through her strong commitment to Emerson Hospital, which has grown over the years.
A Talented Volunteer and Generous Donor
Joanne Armstrong’s support for Emerson began in the early 1960s as a volunteer. Over the years, her involvement and the care her family has received have helped her appreciate the growth and progress made by the hospital in recent decades.
Couple Feels Strongly About Having an Outstanding Hospital Nearby
Emerson’s continued excellence in quality and innovation helped motivate the Stanskys to support each of the hospitals recent capital campaigns, in addition to a bequest.
Stop the Bleed – Save a Life Training on September 5 in Concord
In an emergency or a crisis situation, the help given by an immediate responder can often make the difference between life and death, even before professional rescuers arrive. This free training can help save lives.
Bequest to Emerson Is an Investment in Excellent Care
Positive experiences as a patient at Emerson inspired Paul Birch to begin making gifts to the hospital. "Without significant support from the community," he explained, "it will be difficult for Emerson to offer the breadth of services that the community desires to have available locally.”
A Strong Bond and a Legacy for Emerson
A former member of Emerson's medical staff, Henry Vaillant, MD, maintains his connection to the hospital through planned giving. “We want to support the hospital for the next generation,” he explains, “so I crafted a small legacy that will continue to generate an annual contribution.”
George and Jean Wiltsee Share a Deep Appreciation for Emerson
George and Jean Wiltsee have helped make Emerson a better place in a variety of ways — as corporators, through volunteering, and with planned giving. “It’s wonderful to have the hospital nearby and we are pleased to support it," said Mr. Wiltsee.
A clear goal and a successful rehabilitation
With a strong support system and help from our Center for Rehabilitative and Sports Therapies, a Littleton resident met his goal of walking without assistance several months after a devastating accident.
Center for Advanced Wound Care finds ways to speed healing
Physicians at Emerson’s Center for Advanced Wound Care are using a new generation of products to speed healing.
Emerson is a destination for the most complex kidney surgery
After learning that he had cancer in both his kidneys, Michael turned to the high level of expertise at Emerson Urology Associates to perform the complex procedure to remove the tumors.