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Patricia Jean O'Malley, M.D. is an attending physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine. She is also an assistant professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School.
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Dr. O'Malley has worked on numerous research projects involving pediatric emergency care, violence and trauma, and pediatric palliative care.
Jeanne MacDonald, MD, cares for MGHfC's most fragile babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, some of whom receive palliative care for serious, chronic and sometimes life-threatening illnesses. This year will mark her third consecutive Boston Marathon running for Pediatric Palliative Care.
Story in Wicked Local about Dr. Pat O'Malley's work in pediatric palliative care.
After 31 years, Patricia J. O'Malley, MD, retired as MGHfC's longest-serving attending physician in Pediatric Emergency Medicine to dedicate her time to the Pediatric Palliative Care Service.
For pediatric nephrologist and marathon runner, Avi Traum, MD, running for the Pediatric Palliative Care marathon team means being able to give patients with cancer, like Zoe Meinen, a better quality of life.
At MassGeneral Hospital for Children, interns and second-year residents have an opportunity to practice the art and science of good communication in the longitudinal curriculum's Communications Workshop.
A MassGeneral Hospital for Children training program joins families and caregivers of various specialties and levels of experience to explore the importance of communication.
View a slideshow with scenes from an early morning exercise that the MGH HAZMAT team members participated in.
Since 1811, people have counted on Mass General for answers, innovations and medical leadership. As our third century dawns, we remain ready to serve.
Watch 46-year-old Frank Robinson tell the story of his life-saving experience at Mass General after a massive coronary.
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