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Michele Clayborne, the head of HospiceCare of the Berkshires, wants people to know hospice won't be that scary
Michele Clayborne was drawn to hospice through her work in the pharmaceutical industry. She became executive director of HospiceCare in The Berkshires last March, but has served in the field for 23 years at hospices ranging from Texas to New England.
Berkshire Healthcare Systems is now known as Integritus Healthcare, the final step in a structural reorganization that began earlier this year. Here's why they made that shift.
The Federal Communications Commission has awarded Berkshire Healthcare Systems $835,068 from its COVID-19 Telehealth Program to support its efforts to continue serving patients during the pandemic.
Nearly three-fourths of staff vaccinated in Berkshire County long-term care facilities. What's holding others back?
As last winter’s coronavirus surge slowed, and the vaccine rollout sped up, long-term care industry leaders set an ambitious goal: 75 percent …
PITTSFIELD — In a sunlit room on the second floor of the Ralph J. Froio Senior Center, two teams face off against each other for a seated game…
'It’s the nature of something new': Berkshire County's top infectious disease specialist reflects on lessons learned this past year
When the novel coronavirus first began to worry the staff at Berkshire Health Systems, doctors knew little about the illness caused by the vir…
More than two months after long-term care vaccinations began, life in Berkshire County nursing homes looks more or less the same.
PITTSFIELD — A data point moved in the right direction Thursday in Pittsfield’s COVID-19 battle. The number of deaths attributed to the corona…
Dennis Powell trusts the COVID-19 vaccines, in no small part, because Black doctors helped make them.
It has always been important to upskill or re-skill, but the economic and job uncertainty of 2020 has further hammered that point home.