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Published on October 23, 2013

Milford Regional Expands Social Media Presence

Milford Regional Medical Center is expanding its social media presence to include Twitter, and Pinterest. Adding these popular social media platforms to Milford Regional’s already established presence on Facebook (facebook.com/MilfordRegionalMedicalCenter) further enhances their engagement with the communities they serve.

To follow Milford Regional on Twitter (@MilfordRegional), go to Twitter.com/MilfordRegional and receive up-to-the minute updates on hospital news and happenings. The Medical Center encourages feedback on Twitter and hopes to engage in valuable conversation with the community.

To follow Milford Regional on Pinterest, go to Pinterest.com/MilfordRegional. Milford Regional has created many info-filled boards that include such topics as recipes, women and men’s health, your child’s health, emergency preparedness and kid-friendly foods. Several boards also provide informative and entertaining snapshots into work life at the Medical Center as well as expansion projects.

We recognize that an important part of providing effective healthcare is engaging with the community,” says Edward J. Kelly, president of Milford Regional. “Social media allows us to not only keep consumers up to date on our programs and services, but provides a great platform to share and discuss a wide range of health-related topics. The more ways that we find to engage with the community, the greater the opportunity to improve the health and well-being of those we serve.”


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