Dr. Barrett Kitch, MD, MPH Named Chief Medical Officer and Senior VP Of Clinical Affairs


Barrett Kitch, MD, MPH, was named Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President of Clinical Affairs at Emerson Hospital. In this role, Dr. Kitch is responsible for the oversight and functions of Emerson’s Departments of Quality and Patient Safety, Care Management and Adult and Pediatric Hospitalist Services, effective immediately. In addition, Emerson’s medical and surgical Department Chairs and Service Chiefs report to Dr. Kitch. 

Emerson Hospital Announces Devastating Impacts of Ballot Question 1


Emerson Hospital has announced the negative impacts mandated nurse staffing ratios would have on its viability and capability to provide safe, quality care to patients across the region. Slated to be Question 1 on the ballot this November, these rigid staffing ratios will devastate community hospitals across Massachusetts, according to an independent study by MassInsight and BW Research Partners. 

Get to Know: Kaytee Welsh, MD


Kaytee Welsh, MD, reveals why she enjoys her role as a pediatric hospitalist, how she supports anxious parents, and the ways Emerson’s medical staff relates to young patients during their visit to the hospital.

12th Annual Harvest Festival at Verrill Farm to Benefit Emerson Hospital’s Pediatric Care


On Saturday, October 6, 2018 from 11 am – 3 pm the beautiful fields surrounding Verrill Farm will be transformed into an old fashioned fair ground for the 12th Annual Harvest Festival and Benefit for Pediatric Care at Emerson Hospital. 

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.”

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