Greater Westfield Chamber of Commerce

The Arbors Gives Back Presents Noble Hospital’s Breast Cancer Program With $4,000

The Arbors Assisted Living at Westfield presented Noble Hospital's Comprehensive Breast Care Program with $4,000 to support the program’s work in the field of woman’s health. “The Arbors is a firm believer in the importance of giving back to the community,” said Sondra Jones, Marketing Director at The Arbors. “The Burk Women’s Imaging Center and The Comprehensive Breast Program at Noble Hospital are both important parts of the Westfield community. Breast cancer touches so many lives.”


The Arbors Gives Back is a non-profit organization that was founded by Sondra Jones Marketing Director and Lisa Holt, Executive Director of The Arbors at Westfield, an assisted Living community located in down town Westfield.  Among the many organizations Arbors Gives Back raises funds for, their two biggest fundraisers is a Golf Tournament for The Alzheimer’s’ Association and the 5K for Noble’s Comprehensive Breast Care program.


Noble Hospital houses the Comprehensive Breast Program, the Burk Women's Center, and the Women's Health Partnership. These programs provide state-of-the-art facilities for annual check-ups, diagnostics, treatments, and educational programs.


The Burk Women’s Center offers a wide range of treatments from board certified radiologists, imaging specialists, obstetricians/gynecologists and registered nurses who are dedicated to providing private, professional, personalized attention in a comfortable, pleasant environment.


The Comprehensive Breast Program at Noble Hospital provides women of all ages with a full range of diagnostic and treatment options for breast-related care. The Program utilizes the latest diagnostic technologies and procedures from a single, easy to access location. Services include imaging, diagnosis, surgical and non-surgical treatments, breast reconstruction, and medical oncology. These services are designed to assist a woman from initial symptoms or abnormalities, through the entire treatment process.

For more information, please contact the Community Development Office at or 413-568-2811 x5520.



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