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Volunteer Spotlight - Doreen Barham

Jun 19, 2019

Doreen Barham photoDoreen Barham has been a volunteer at North Shore Medical Center for the last two years.

She is passionate about helping women, and that is why she is a volunteer at the breast center.

She wants to help women that come in to get their yearly mammograms and other procedures. She assists them by helping them fill out paperwork, walking them through the center, serving them water or coffee or just being a person the patients can lean on for comfort.

All the members of the department respect her and enjoy seeing her smile. She says she looks forward to volunteering at North Shore Medical Center for many more years.

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