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  • Big Y Helps Cooley Dickinson Raise Funds for New Breast Center


    NORTHAMPTON — The new Comprehensive Breast Center at Cooley Dickinson Hospital was the beneficiary of a regional fund-raising effort that recently gave $9,000 toward the $2.4 million project. Regional supermarket chain Big Y World Class Markets announced the completion of its 10th annual Partners of Hope Campaign, reporting donations of more than $230,000, of which the Breast Center received a portion.

    On Valentine’s Day, Big Y Amherst store director Doug George and Employee Service Representative Jeremy Brown came in for a visit and had their photo taken with many of the key staff at Cooley Dickinson involved with the planning, clinical programming, administration, operations, and fund-raising for the new Breast Center. Their Valentine’s donation follows an even more generous capital gift of $25,000 that Big Y had recently pledged to help fund the Breast Center.

    Expected to open in mid-2017, the Comprehensive Breast Center at Cooley Dickinson Hospital will bring together cutting-edge diagnostic capabilities and dedicated staff into a single, patient-centered environment where clients will receive high-quality care in all relevant disciplines under one roof. The center will employ a multi-disciplinary approach to breast health and breast care for all patients, offering services including breast exams, breast screening, diagnostic breast imaging (including 2D and 3D mammography), biopsy and wire localization, ultrasound, bone-density screening, and a designated patient navigator to help guide patients through diagnosis and treatment.

    As Hampshire County has the highest rate of breast cancer of any county in Massachusetts, the creation of the Breast Center is responsive to community needs.

    “We are honored that, once again, Big Y has partnered with us to bring life-saving services to our community,” said Diane Dukette, chief Development officer. “Through the years, Big Y has been incredibly generous, and we are grateful for these recent gifts.”

    Anyone wishing to support this new resource may visit the Breast Center campaign website by clicking here, or by calling the Cooley Dickinson Development Office at (413) 582-2255.

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