Programs & Services

While establishing and operating a hospital-based COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic was a primary focus of attention and energy in 2021, serving more than 6,000 members of our community, Milford Regional continued to move other program and service initiatives forward. From Orthopedics to Women’s Health, attention was given to building new services and facilities to better serve patients.

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

One of the most important services Milford Regional offered in 2021 was providing a COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic for employees and members of the community. More than 99% of our staff was 100% vaccinated and more than 6,000 members of our community also received their vaccines at Milford Regional before the clinic was closed on May 13, 2021. During that time not only did our staff work tirelessly to protect the community, but 44 community volunteers provided more than 2,500 hours of service at the clinic. Behind the scenes they also assembled more than 2,500 COVID-19 test kits.

From delivery of the COVID-19 vaccines to volunteers assembling over 2,500 COVID-19 tests kits to vaccinations of our healthcare staff, a big thank you goes to all of those involved in this massive undertaking to care for our employees and community.

New Orthopedic Center of Excellence

Fiscal Year 2021 provided the perfect opportunity to plan and build out a new facility for Milford Regional Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. Due to open at 98 Prospect Street in Milford in early 2022, this new 10,000 square-foot facility will be operated by Milford Regional Physician Group and offer diagnosis, treatment and X-ray services for a wide range of orthopedic concerns and sports injuries. An ambulance entrance will offer additional convenience for those with mobility issues.

Women’s Health & Pelvic Floor Therapy

Erin Mannion, PT, DPT, CLT and Amanda Lehman, PT, DPT, CSCS from our Northbridge site.

Milford Regional Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine is now offering a new treatment to women who suffer from dysfunctions of the pelvis and groin area that contribute to bowel, bladder, sexual health and other pain complaints.

Up to one-third of all women experience a problem with their pelvic floor muscles at some point in their life. The Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Therapy program can treat common conditions, including pelvic floor weakness, pregnancy-related conditions such as sacroiliac joint pain, sciatica, pubic symphysis separation, incontinence, low back pain, pelvic pain and post-partum incontinence, endometriosis, sexual dysfunction and more.

A team of specially-trained therapists offers non-surgical treatment options including behavioral strategies, biofeedback training, manual therapies like visceral and internal/external soft tissue mobilizations, therapeutic exercises for the pelvic floor, posture re-training, lifestyle education and a thorough home exercise program.