Business Briefs: CHP receives grant from GoodWorks Insurance

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GREAT BARRINGTON
CHP receives grant from GoodWorks Insurance

Community Health Programs recently received a $10,000 grant from GoodWorks Insurance, an independent insurance agency with offices in Great Barrington, Worcester and Connecticut.

Because CHP's administrative overhead is less than eight percent, GoodWorks' grant will go directly to help provide critical services to patients, according to CHP officials.

GoodWorks Insurance donates 50 percent of its operating profits via GoodWorks Community Grants to local nonprofits that support education, healthcare and public safety.

BERKSHIRES
Obstetrician/gynecologist joins Berkshire OB/GYN

Dr. Miriam D. Goldfarb, a board certified obstetrician and gynecologist, has been appointed to the medical staff of Berkshire Medical Center and the physician staff of Berkshire OB/GYN of BMC.

Goldfarb is practicing out of the Adams and Pittsfield offices of Berkshire OB/GYN of BMC, providing comprehensive maternal child health services.

Goldfarb previously practiced with Cambridge Health Alliance and Cambridge Hospital. She has also served with Mount Auburn Hospital, Martha's Vineyard Hospital and Norwood Hospital.

She received her medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine.

NORTH ADAMS

City employees receive full-day foreman training

Four municipal workers recently participated in a full-day, "Succeeding as a Foreman" seminar that was held at North Adams City Hall. Eighteen workers from around the region participated.

The training was designed to boost the professionalism and the confidence of the participants. The session was presented as a membership benefit by the MIIA.


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