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Brookwood Baptist Holds Annual Holiday Activities for Patients

Dec 18, 2018

Learn more about the various holiday events at Brookwood Baptist Medical Center! 

Patients Enjoy Visits from Santa

NICU babies, patient families and those visiting the hospital received a special visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus at Brookwood Baptist. Santa received numerous Christmas wishes for toys, cruises, new houses and more. Santa asked one special patient was he ready for Christmas and the young visitor said, “I’m ready NOW!”


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Christmas Caroling for Patients

Employees at Brookwood Baptist Medical Center spent Thursday, Dec. 13 caroling for patient in various units throughout the hospital. Patients in Psych, the main lobby, the surgical waiting areas enjoyed seasonal holiday tunes like “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer,” “Silent Night,” “Joy to the World” and others.

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Patients Enjoyed Harp Music in the Main Lobby

College student Gretchen Monson came to play Christmas Music on her harp Thursday, December 13th in the Main Lobby from 10:00 am – 11:30 am. Patients enjoyed various tunes to get them in the mood for the holiday season.

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