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Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton (BID-Milton) was recently named Business of the Year by the Randolph Chamber of Commerce at the organization’s Annual Meeting held at Lombardo’s.

According to Linda Werman, chair of the chamber’s board of directors, the award recognizes a business that has consistently enhanced the local business community, supports the vision and mission of the Chamber and supports the greater Randolph community.

“Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton reaches into the community with programs and services that better the lives of all those who work and live in Randolph,” said Ms. Werman. “The hospital is an integral part of the greater Randolph area and a strong supporter of the Chamber’s mission.”

The award specifically referenced the hospital’s online MySite patient portal along with a summertime school work partnership between the hospital and Randolph High School in which students spend two weeks at the hospital working on landscaping projects.

In 2014, the hospital also provided $3,000 in community health mini grants to two community service organizations located in Randolph - the Randolph Senior Center and the Simon Fireman Community Center. The hospital also provided a $1,500 mini grant to Interfaith Social Services of Quincy for a Memories  Workshop at Randolph Senior Center.

“On behalf of the hospital’s staff and physicians, it’s an honor to receive this award,” said Peter Healy, president and CEO of Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton. “Our mission is to improve the health of the communities we serve, and we are pleased to have found great partners in the Town of Randolph and the Randolph Chamber of Commerce in fulfilling this mission.”