Milford Regional Physician Group announced that Dr. Melissa Mahr has joined Hopkinton Primary Care and will see patients at 77 Main Street (Suite 204).
Mahr previously worked for Reliant Medical Group in Southborough, where she spent the last 15 years taking care of patients ages 18-100. Her specific areas of interest include women’s health, preventive medicine and geriatrics.
Board certified in internal medicine, she earned her undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College (magna cum laude) and medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine. Upon completion of a combined internal medicine and pediatrics residency at the University of Maryland, Mahr spent three years in primary care with Johns Hopkins Community Physicians.
Milford Regional also announced that neurosurgeon Ziev Moses, M.D., has joined the active medical staff and is accepting new patients at UMass Memorial Surgery at Milford, located at 91 Water St.
GRLA hires Halstead
Gorman Richardson Lewis Architects (GRLA) recently announced that Evan Halstead has joined the firm as job captain. According to GRLA, Halstead brings 15 years of architectural design experience. He has worked on scores of healthcare projects and more recently multifamily residential. As a LEED-accredited professional, Halstead has a passion for sustainable design. He received his degree in sustainable design from the Boston Architectural College and was active in the Boston Living Building Collaborative while attending BAC.
ERA Key’s Towne donates $1K to Baypath
Donna Towne, a Realtor in the Westborough office of ERA Key Realty Services, recently donated $1,000 to Baypath Humane Society of Hopkinton.
Towne adopted her cat, Misty, from Baypath 13 years ago and has supported the organization for the past eight years. In addition to attending Baypath’s annual Fur Ball fundraiser and participating in the fall Paws and Claws run/walk at Hopkinton State Park each year, she has supported the organization financially through the ERA Key Charitable Trust.
“I usually make a donation each year from the charitable trust for $500,” Towne said, “but since this year took such a toll on them due to cancellations of their events, I increased my contribution to $1,000. I also donate items such as dog and cat beds, and pet food and toys to give to others who are adopting pets.”
The ERA Key Charitable Trust has donated more than $400,000 to area charities since its inception in 2004.