Caregiver Support Group meets at L+M

Wednesday, January 23, 2019
New London, CT – January 23, 2019 – The next meeting of the Caregiver Support Group at Lawrence + Memorial Hospital will take place Tuesday, February 5.

The group will meet from 4 to 5:30 pm in Conference Room 1.401C, which is located just off the hospital’s main lobby.

The group, which meets on the first Tuesday of every month, is open to all, especially caregivers who would like to share experiences and ask questions of others in a comfortable setting.

For questions, contact Carol Vara at 860-442-0711, ext. 2483.

Lawrence + Memorial Hospital, a member of Yale New Haven Health, is a non-profit, 280-bed general and acute care hospital providing patient care to medical, surgical, pediatric, psychiatric and obstetrical patients in southeastern Connecticut and southern Rhode Island since 1912. Lawrence + Memorial offers cardiac acute, step-down and rehabilitation programs and is the only eastern Connecticut hospital that performs emergency and elective angioplasty. www.lmhospital.org

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