Sturdy Memorial Hospital | Attleboro, MA

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Our Mission for Our Patients

We are a locally controlled, not-for-profit acute care community hospital committed to delivery of high quality, compassionate care that exceeds patient expectation. Our mission is to provide care to the sick and injured, on both an inpatient and outpatient basis, without regard to race, creed, national origin, age, gender, disability, or ability to pay.

Our hospital started in 1913 as a 15-bed facility and has now grown to be a 126-bed facility with over 1,000 employees. For over 100 years, we have been dedicated to providing our community with a full range of services. When you come to us you can expect to receive the highest quality treatment delivered with compassion and sensitivity.

Every employee of Sturdy, whether involved in direct patient care or working collaboratively to support patient care, is committed to providing patients with the highest quality of care throughout our hospital and practice settings, and to transition that level of care into the community through partnerships across the care continuum.

Upcoming Events

  • Jun
    7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    Sign-up today to donate at our Blood Drive with the Rhode Island Blood Center!
  • Aug
    7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    We're hosting a one day interactive session on Advanced Fetal Monitoring for physicians, nurses, and midwives.
  • Ongoing
    Join our exercise wellness program to improve your physical conditioning.
  • Ongoing
    Healthy Steps combines gentle movements, dance, and music to improve overall wellness, as well as emotional well-being and self-image.

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Blood Drive

We will be hosting our Blood Drive on Thursday, June 11, 2020. Due to COVID-19, there will be new procedures put into place to keep donors safe. Some of these changes include, social distancing, temperature screening, single-use materials, and increased cleaning and sanitizing. Appointments are strongly encouraged, and all donors will be asked to wear a mask. Your blood donation can help save up to 3 lives.

    Stroke Awareness and medical emergencies

    Medical Emergencies

    Medical emergencies don't stop during a pandemic. For Stroke Awareness month we're reminding you to call 9-1-1 or visit our emergency room if you're showing signs of a stroke - trouble balancing, changes in your vision, droopiness in your face, arm or leg weakness, or difficulty speaking - or have any other urgent medical needs. We're here and ready to provide you with the same high quality care that you've come to expect.

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      Support Groups

      With the current COVID-19 public health crisis, the difficult decision has been made to cancel all support groups until further notice. Individuals in need of support services should call the department that normally hosts their support group to determine if there are additional online resources available. Stay up-to-date on all changes and updates by following us on Facebook and Twitter.