Blueberry Hill Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center to Host Blood Drive with Massachusetts General Hospital on Feb. 16


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Blueberry Hill Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center to Host
Blood Drive with Massachusetts General Hospital on Feb. 16

Blueberry Hill Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center invites the community to a blood drive in partnership with Massachusetts General Hospital. An MGH Blood Donor Center bloodmobile – a bus equipped with mobile blood-giving stations and staffed by a nurse and phlebotomist – will be stationed at Blueberry Hill for the event, which coincides with “Heart Health Month.” To sign up to give blood, please call Jennifer Tineo at 978-927-2020.

Friday, Feb. 16, 2018
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Blueberry Hill Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center
75 Brimbal Ave.
Beverly, MA 01915

Blueberry Hill Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center provides Beverly and surrounding communities with an exceptional continuum of care featuring subacute rehabilitation with specialty pulmonary, orthopedic, cardiac, and stroke recovery programs that deliver remarkable results, as well as long-term and respite care. Physical, occupational and speech therapy are provided seven days a week. Blueberry Hill operates under the auspices of Marquis Health Services a third-generation, family-owned healthcare management firm that has distinguished itself by revolutionizing subacute rehabilitation and skilled nursing facilities throughout the Northeast.

Make a Difference – Massachusetts General Hospital Blood Mobile Blood Drive – 2/16

Join Us on February 16, 2018, from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm where the Massachusetts General Hospital Blood Mobile will be here at Blueberry Hill for a Blood Drive taking place. Click here to see the full Blood Mobile schedule.

To Sign Up – Please call Jennifer Tineo at (978) 927-2020

Sweet Evening on the Hill

Blueberry Hill Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center Honors Resident Veterans With Pinning Ceremony

On Wednesday, November 2nd Blueberry Hill Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center honored resident veterans and their families with a pinning ceremony. Sponsored by Beacon Hospice, Sergeant John Fellows saluted each veteran, placed a pin on their collar and offered the certificate of appreciation. The ROTC of Beverly High School presented the colors. Bob Gilbert, past Commander of Beverly Veterans had inspirational words from firsthand experience as a veteran. Senator Joan Lovely, thanked the veterans and their families for sacrificing their time and enabling all of us to enjoy the freedom of being a U.S.citizen. Representatives from Senator Bruce Tarr’s office, State Representative Jerry Parisella’s office, thanked the veterans as well.

“BOO”tiful Pumpkins at Blueberry Hill

To get in the Halloween Spirit residents had fun decorating pumpkins here at Blueberry Hill. We invite you to watch our short video of their creations and hope you enjoy them.

Sitting In: Managing COPD in the Fall

Coming out of one of the hottest and driest Augusts ever recorded in the region, many COPD patients are breathing a sigh of relief that the long days of staying indoors to avoid the harsh conditions that aggravate their symptoms are coming to an end.

At the same time, other COPD patients are looking ahead, bracing for fall and the many allergens from weeds that come along with it, triggering their flare-ups. All around, it is a tough time of year for the more than 11 million people in the U.S. suffering from COPD, according to the American Lung Association.

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a progressive disease that causes serious long-term disability and early death. Currently, there is no cure for COPD, which includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema, but with the right care, COPD can be managed, enabling patients to live a longer and higher quality life.

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A COPD Support Group is now forming at Blueberry Hill!

Led by Steve Alexander, Respiratory Therapist with over 40 years experience working in both acute and skilled nursing care facilities, this is a specialized support group for people with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.

Please join us the second Wednesday of every month at 2 pm.

Please RSVP to Kailyn Brown at 978-927-2020.