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Published on January 26, 2017

Milford Regional Releases Annual Report

Milford Regional Medical Center’s FY 2016 Annual Report is now being offered in a new online format to make it more accessible to the public.

The report highlights the healthcare system’s accomplishments in FY 2016. Technology upgrades in the form of new state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment are reviewed. Ground-breaking enhancements to our patient-centered care for the elderly and new moms in maternity are outlined. In addition, the achievements of our medical staff are noted.

“This year’s Annual Report is a testament to the healthcare system’s drive in delivering patient-centered care that goes above and beyond,” says Edward J. Kelly, president and CEO of Milford Regional. “We are known for a culture of compassionate caring that resonates in the daily interactions of our physicians, nurses, staff and volunteers with each other and our patients. When you consider the quality and character of the people that make Milford Regional, it’s easy to see why our future looks bright.”

To read the report, go to the homepage at milfordregional.org or find it at 2016annualreport-milfordregional.org.


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