Tim Ahern, Cheshire CareGiver and Cheshire Medical Center employee, walks the talk
Since its altruistic beginning 125 years ago as Elliot City Hospital, Cheshire Medical Center has relied upon the partnerships and goodwill within the community. “The Medical Center, charged with caring for and supporting the health and wellbeing of our region, would not be possible without the care and support of the people we serve,” explains Dr. Don Caruso, CEO/President and Chief Medical Officer.
Often, the “people we serve” Dr. Caruso references, are also physicians, associate providers, staff, and volunteers at the Medical Center. Most employees and volunteers at Cheshire, along with their family and friends, receive their healthcare at the Medical Center. Living, working, and raising families in the Monadnock Region gives Cheshire employees a unique personal investment in the health and wellbeing of our community.
“I give because it is the right thing to do. A smile, a kind word, a financial gift, can all have a positive effect on people’s lives.” -Tim Ahern
Tim Ahern, Desktop Analyst in the Information Services Department at the Medical Center is a Cheshire CareGiver in many ways. Tim takes pride in the work he does to insure the reliability of the various computer systems used by Medical Center employees in the care of patients. He is a local father caring for his 13-yr-old daughter, Mia, and a volunteer who shaves his head to raise funds for the annual Bald is Beautiful event, providing support for local Cancer Center patients in treatment. Tim also supports the Caring & Sharing Fund−providing financial assistance for local patients of the Medical Center.
Learn more about ways you can support the care of patients, visit the Cheshire Health Foundation online at CheshireHealthFoundation.org.