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I had my first child during the Coronavirus pandemic and we will go back to Brockton Hospital to have our future children.
Since I’m on oxygen I am a very high risk patient to come to the office, but everything was spotless and clean and I received my care. I felt very safe.
I had to go in to 110 Liberty Street for an infusion for my bones and Dr. Schwartz was wonderful. She made me feel very confident about coming in. The whole process went smoothly.
I just left Brockton Hospital for my annual mammogram. I promise you, I felt safe and secure during my appointment from start to finish.
I was recently a patient at Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital on Unit A2. From the moment I arrived to the moment I left, everything was well handled and beautifully done.
I had a heart attack at the end July and was assigned to the Cardiac Rehabilitation Program at Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital. I'm writing to talk about the incredible care that I received.
“I am a very, very, very happy woman right now!” said Nancy Wiley of Pembroke as she raved about her experience at the Greene Cancer Center.
Dr. Aggarwal is the best primary care physician. After my last doctor retired, I was forced to find a new primary care physician and was terrified. I am so grateful I found her!
I believe that when someone does you right, you need to pass that along. When I made the decision to come to Brockton to have Dr. Mulroy perform my total knee replacement, I knew I was going to be in good hands.
Signature Healthcare nurse, Marcia Goslin, sent a note to Signature Healthcare CEO, Kim Hollon, thanking the staff for their wonderful care.
As a mother, one of the scariest things you can experience is your child dealing with a health complication.
In 2008, James McCabe, a man, was diagnosed with Stage II breast cancer.
All across Southeastern Massachusetts, the Signature Healthcare family is growing larger every year. In fact, more than 70,000 patients from around the region come to Signature Healthcare for diagnosis and treatment annually. These patients and their families, along with our 2,500 employees, make up the Signature Healthcare community.
Our Care to Share community is a virtual gathering place where members of that community connect and share their experiences.
Are you interested in sharing your Signature Healthcare experience with others online? If you’d like to submit your story to be posted on our Care to Share community forum, you can do so via video or the written word.