Hospital salutes team of volunteers

BRATTLEBORO — National Volunteer Week was April 7–13. Though the impact of our wonderful team of volunteers is felt throughout the hospital every day, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital extends heartfelt thanks to them for all they do to serve our patients, families, staff, and community.

Each year, our volunteers contribute more than 20,000 hours of service toward welcoming visitors, supporting patients, comforting families, and assisting with projects. You will see our volunteers in their navy vests pushing wheelchairs, carrying supplies, giving directions to new patients, and always offering a smile and a greeting to all they meet.

Each volunteer has a different story, a different reason for donating so generously of time and energy. And each provides our hospital with a unique set of experiences and abilities that make the fabric of our community stronger and brighter.

Next time you see a volunteer at BMH, we encourage you to say how much their efforts matter to our hospital. Their generosity and compassion are gifts that we could not imagine doing without.

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