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Dr. Andrew Beckwith has been named chief medical officer at Community Health Programs.
The Austen Riggs Center and Berkshire International Film Festival put on a special community screening for a documentary and public service announcement surrounding youth mental health Sunday at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington.
The nonprofit announced Monday it had dropped the booster mandate. In a statement, BHS said that while data on the effectiveness of the booster shows it to be effective at greatly reducing the severity of illness, “it may be less effective at preventing transmission of the virus.”
The new contract, which runs to September 2024, provides for yearly pay increases, a bonus, expanded bereavement leave and other provisions sought by the roughly 700-member union.
Author and writer Kevin O'Hara of Pittsfield talks about the experiences that led him to become the author of three books all based on his personal journeys.
The Berkshire Eagle sat down this week with Dr. James Lederer of Berkshire Medical Center to discuss COVID-19 trends, the start of the flu season and what people can do to protect their health.
Dr. Joseph L. Simonson, a board certified and fellowship trained pulmonologist, has joined the medical staff of Berkshire Medical Center and the provider staff of Pulmonary Professional Services of BMC.
Nearly 10 years ago, David E. Phelps was instrumental in shaping a Pittsfield cancer care center associated with one of the country’s top health-care institutions. As of today, that center carries his name.
A bicyclist who was hit by a pickup truck last week at intersection of Dalton and Hubbard avenues in Pittsfield has died.
Travel nurse Rebecca Whitehead was killed suddenly in a Sept. 10 crash in Ashfield. Now, her co-workers at Berkshire Medical Center are raising money to honor her legacy as an extraordinary nurse.