Berkshire Health Systems Moving Blood Draw Station in Adams

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ADAMS, Mass. — Berkshire Health Systems has announced its blood draw station in Adams, currently located at 19 Depot Street, will be relocating, effective Nov. 1. 
 
The Depot Street blood draw station will be closed as of Friday, Oct. 29.
 
The new BHS blood draw station will be at 2 Park Street, Adams, on the second floor of the Greylock Credit Union building, where Adams Internists of BMC is also located. The blood draw station will be open Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 4 pm, starting on Monday, Nov. 1.
 
The phone number for the Adams blood draw station will remain 413-743-2197 and fax is 413-743-2316.
 
For information on BHS blood drawing stations countywide, visit https://www.berkshirehealthsystems.org/BHSBloodDrawingStations
 
 

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Adams Animal Rescue to Host Fundraiser for 'Roxy'

By Brian RhodesiBerkshires Staff

ADAMS, Mass. — Roxy, a pit bull mix found sick and malnourished in July by Adams Animal Control, is in better health under the care of Kathy "Skippy" Hynes of animal rescue Got Spots Etc.

Hynes said Roxy has been in her care since July, noting that her condition has improved significantly in the last few months. Got Spots Etc. is hosting a fundraiser on Saturday, Dec. 4, at 2:30 p.m. at the Firehouse Cafe on Park Street from for Roxy and the other dogs at the rescue.

Hynes said Animal Control Officer Kimberly Witek contacted her about caring for Roxy shortly after Adams Police found her and opened an investigation into animal neglect. She said Roxy has several health problems, including poor vision, a cancerous tumor and diabetes.

"You could see her vision was so poor. She was bumping into things," she said. "And she was so skinny, and so she stayed with me."

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