For The Media
Now in its 13th year, goPINK continues to raise money for Middlesex Health Cancer Center in unique ways.
Middlesex Health is in the process of creating The Mayer Center, a center that will provide developmental services to children and adolescents with developmental challenges, such as autism, sensory processing disorder, speech disorders and cerebral palsy — all at one location.
This year, there’s a new way you can participate in Appetite for Life, an annual fundraiser that has raised money for Middlesex Health Cancer Center for more than a decade: buy a raffle ticket!
The Middlesex Health’s new Burris Center for Integrative Medicine will hold a public open house on June 1 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
The Middlesex Health Patient and Family Advisory Council is celebrating 10 years of service to the patients and families cared for by Middlesex Health.
In a move that will help increase access to care, Middlesex Health Urgent Care, Old Saybrook, is relocating. T
Middlesex Health is offering a six-class tobacco cessation program in Middletown. Classes will be held in person — not virtual, and they will be held weekly beginning April 4.
The Middlesex Health Center for Golf Performance, located in Middletown, is now taking appointments and will assess and address a golfer’s biomechanics. This will help golfers of all ages and skill levels better understand how their body relates to their golf swing. The goal is to keep them healthy and pain free.