Newsletters for Physicians

Cascades is a periodic report of MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC), created to share with you some of the exciting, innovative work taking place here every day. Chiefs’ Notes is published periodically by MGHfC to inform health care professionals of our new physicians, clinical programs and educational opportunities.

Cascades

Current Issue: Winter 2013Updates in Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes Read issue (pdf)

Cacades Winter 2013

  Chiefs' Notes

Current Issue: Summer 2013Maternal Fetal Medicine: Lifetime Family Care Begins at Diagnosis for Congenital Anomalies Read issue (pdf)

Chiefs' Notes Spring 2011

Archived Issues

Fall 2013 (pdf)
Advancements in Pulmonary Care: Comprehensive Cystic Fibrosis Care Provides Lifetime of Personalized Care

Winter 2013 (pdf)
New Directions in Celiac Disease and Other Autoimmune Disorders

Fall 2012 (pdf)
Advanced Neurological Expertise for Complex Cases

Winter 2011 (pdf)
Comprehensive Food Allergy Program Integrates Research, Education

Fall 2011 (pdf)
Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

Fall 2009 (pdf)
A Team Approach Benefits Children with Bone and Soft-Tissue Sarcomas

Spring 2009 (pdf)
The Pediatric Neuromuscular Service: Coordinated, multidisciplinary care for children with neuromuscular disorders

Special Issue 2008 (pdf)
Major Breakthrough in Tolerance Induction for Organ Transplantation

Winter 2007
(pdf)Early Intervention and Lifelong Monitoring Dramatically Improve Prognosis for Children with TSC

Spring/Summer 2007 (pdf)
Child with infant botulism benefits from BIG treatment at MGHfC

Fall 2006 (pdf)
MassGeneral Hospital for Children researcher at the helm of two significant diabetes studies

Spring 2006 (pdf)
Pediatric specialists continue to break new ground with ECMO technology

 

Archived Issues

Summer 2012 (pdf)
Full-Spectrum Orthopaedics Includes Sports Medicine

Spring 2011 (pdf)
Streamlined Access for Inpatient and Outpatient Referrals

Spring 2010
(pdf)MassGeneral for Children Expands Outpatient Specialty Services on the North Shore

Summer 2009 (pdf)
New MGHfC Satellite Facility Opens in Nashua, New Hampshire

Spring 2008 (pdf)
Ronald Kleinman, MD, New Physician-in-Chief, MassGeneral Hospital for Children

Fall 2007 (pdf)
Introducing the MassGeneral Hospital for Children Access and New Appointment Center

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Explore CARMA

The Child & Adolescent Resource Materials website (CARMA), created and maintained by MassGeneral Hospital for Children, provides primary care pediatric providers with easily accessible web-based resources to support their practice of high quality, evidence-based medicine.

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U.S. News and World Report Best Hospitals 2013-2014

U.S. News & World Report ranks Mass General the #2 hospital in the nation. As part of a top-ranked hospital, MassGeneral Hospital for Children also ranks in six pediatric specialties.