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Temporary Closure of Labor and DeliveryEffective March 1, 2022, Labor and Delivery Services at Putnam Hospital will be temporarily suspended until further notice. CareMount’s OB/GYN physicians will no longer provide deliveries at Putnam Hospital. As the sole physician provider of deliveries at Putnam Hospital, CareMount’s decision means Putnam Hospital must temporarily suspend delivery services while it works to build a new team of physicians.
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Giving at Putnam HospitalPutnam Hospital relies on community support to continue our tradition of delivering dedicated patient care, research and community outreach in the region. We offer many ways to give and all gifts, no matter the size, are tax-deductible.
Price Transparency and Cost estimator toolsNuvance Health hospitals offer easy-to-access cost estimator tools for certain hospital items and services. These price lists comply with new federal government regulations aimed at increasing healthcare transparency for consumers. We know understanding medical bills can be difficult. We're here to help. Learn more about our cost estimator tools
Volunteer at Putnam Hospital
Due to COVID-19, volunteer opportunities are limited at this time. Contact John Mahoney, Manager, Volunteer Services at John.Mahoney@NuvanceHealth.org or (845) 230-4752 to learn more.
Volunteers are a valued and essential part of Putnam Hospital. Our volunteer team is made up of over 250 generous and talented individuals who give their time to make a difference to patients, families and hospital staff.
We offer a range of volunteer opportunities and welcome you to join our team. We take time to meet with prospective volunteers to review possible opportunities. Matching the right volunteer to the right position is essential to the success of our program.
To ensure a successful volunteer experience, we make an effort to find or create volunteer opportunities that match your interests.
How to become a volunteerWe offer adult and junior volunteer opportunities. Junior volunteers must be at least 16 years of age. Contact us to learn more about applying.
Putnam Hospital AuxiliaryAnother great way to serve is to join the Putnam Hospital Auxiliary. Since its inception in 1963, the Auxiliary has raised over $8 million. The Auxiliary sponsors fundraising through the PHC Gift Shop and Eagle Eye Thrift Shop Brewster. Contact us to join the Auxiliary.
Putnam Hospital Board of Directors
Peter Berger, MD
John Peter Collins
Raymond C. Durkin
Roman Dworecki, MD
Karen L. Fleming
Mark K. Hirko, MD, FACS, President
Jerry J. Klein
Matthew T. Marrone, First Vice Chair
Loretta L. Molinari
Marjorie L. Nichols Keith
Jeffrey J. Redfield
Wayne Ryder, Chair
Robert A. Waegelein
Putnam Hospital Foundation Board of DirectorsDirectors
Kevin Dwyer, Chair
Karl Thimm, Vice Chair
Grace Linhard, Chief Development Officer
Carolyn McKenna, Secretary
Dan DeBarba, Treasurer