The Charity Golf Tournament Benefiting the Hospital since 1983
Monday, June 19, 2017 at the Woodstock Country Club
For 2017 Sponsorship Opportunities and Player Registration Forms, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special Thanks to our Media Sponsor for the 2015 MAH Classic!!
2015 MAH Golf Classic Sponsors
Sodexo Incorporated - The world’s largest quality of life services company, now working in over 80 countries
Cerner Corporation - Contributing to the systemic improvement of health care delivery and the health of communities
Dead River Company - One of the largest home heating service providers in Northern New England
Double Eagle Sponsors
DEW Construction Corporation
Health Plans, Inc.
Mascoma Savings Bank
Red River Group
The Richards Group
Shiring Radiographic Imaging, Inc.
Stillwater Graphics, Inc.
Mr. Bud Kissel
Dr. Richard Marasa, MD PC
Baker Newman Noyes
DeStefano Architects, PLLC
New England Retirement Consultants
Northeast Delta Dental
OrthoCare Medical Equipment, LLC
Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer, PC
Prinicpal Financial Group
Thank you to all of our Sponsors for your support!
21st Annual Rehabilitation Reunion
As part of the nationwide Rehabilitation Awareness Week, our 21st annual Rehabilitation Reunion was held on September 18th. The event celebrated the survival, recovery and ongoing functional improvements of patients who have experienced an injury or illness and received rehabilitation services at Mt. Ascutney Hospital. In addition, patients,
their guests and families shared their success stories and spoke about the benefits and impact rehabilitation has had on them by helping them return to daily activities and full productive lives.
Widely recognized and respected for our comprehensive Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine facilities, we serve approximately 275 inpatients and over 7,500 outpatient visits annually in the Rehabilitation Unit. The Hospital offers extensive inpatient and outpatient services that treat a full range of conditions including neurological disorders such as stroke or brain injury, accident- and work-related injuries and musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. During hospitalization, Rehabilitation Nurses assist patients to learn how to function as independently as possible through Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapy as well as Therapeutic Recreation.
In order to bring our rehabilitation facilities in line with our progressive and top-notch care, we made the difficult and painful decision to close the skilled nursing facility, creating the space and opportunity for us to build a new, state-of-the-art Rehabilitation Facility that will serve our patients for many decades to come. This will give us more capacity for healing and more focus on our patients and their unique needs.
This year’s featured speaker was Forrest “Joe” Williams, a physician’s assistant for over four decades. Williams suffered a stroke in October 2012 and underwent a significant rehabilitation program at Mt. Ascutney Hospital to regain the use of his left side. Williams spoke to the crowd about the high-touch treatment he received at the Hospital and how wonderful the staff was to him during his stay. “After I took the first step after my stroke, I don’t know who was more excited, me or the staff.”
“The annual Rehabilitation Reunion is a celebration of each patient’s recovery and progress and the commitment and care our staff offers to them and their families,” stated Belinda Needham-Shropshire, Director of Rehabilitation Services. “It takes a team of dedicated and motivated individuals to help patients reach for and achieve their rehabilitation goals, and we are proud to offer these services to our community.”
WINDSOR, VT – Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, a non-profit community hospital, recently held its annual Mt. Ascutney Hospital (MAH) Golf Classic at the Woodstock Inn and Resort Club, an 18-hole masterpiece designed by legendary course architect Robert Trent Jones, Sr., surrounded by panoramic views of the Kedron Valley. The tournament attracted 115 golfers and raised over $40,000 for Mt.
WINDSOR, VT—Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center recently provided medical services at the Long Trail Century Ride and the Vermont 100 Endurance Race to benefit Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, the state’s largest nonprofit organization that provides year-round, daily sports and recreational programs and events to people with disabilities.
A fixture on the regional sports scene every summer since 1983, the MAH Classic, Mt. Ascutney Hospital’s largest fundraiser, will be held this year on Friday, June 14th, at the Woodstock Inn and Resort Golf Club. With the sustained help of numerous businesses and friends of the Hospital, the Classic has provided more than $600,000 in critically needed support for the Hospital since its inception.
WINDSOR, VT – Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, a non-profit community hospital, hosted a legislative breakfast meeting with State dignitaries and local leaders on January 28th. Changes within the healthcare industry were examined including proposed 2% Medicare cuts, Nursing Home reimbursement rates and Medicaid cost shifts.
WOODSTOCK, VT – Ottauquechee Heath Center (OHC), a department of Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, recently held its second annual community fair. The event was free to the public and featured educational screenings and demonstrations focused on healthy lifestyles. Attendees also learned about the Hospital’s services including hand therapy, same day surgery and hospice care. In addition, the fair held activities for children including face painting, magic shows and games.
The suite enhances support for critically ill patients and their families
Second annual community fair to be held August 25th
WINDSOR, VT – Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, a nonprofit community hospital, will hold its second annual Ottauquechee Health Center (OHC) Community Fair on Saturday, August 25th from 11am- 3pm. The event is free to the public and will feature educational demonstrations focusing on healthy lifestyles. The fair will also have activities for children including face painting, magic shows and games.
WINDSOR, VT – Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center recently donated time and services at the Vermont 100 Endurance Race, one of America’s original 100 mile runs. The event is part of the Grand Slam Series of Ultra-running and benefits Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports. Doctors, registered nurses and physician assistants from Mt. Ascutney staffed a medical tent and first aid stations and treated racers with minor injuries throughout the 30-hour race.