MGH Hotline for Friday, December 15, 2017

  • A royal Canadian honor

    “It was like a scene right out of the movies,” says Isaac Schiff, MD, of the celebratory state dinner honoring recipients of the prestigious Order of Canada last month.
  • From the MGH to the MBTA: Employee saves stranger's life

    On my commute home one evening in May of this year, I was waiting for the train at the North Station “T” stop when I heard a loud thud followed by frantic screams. Drawn to the commotion, I discovered that a man had fallen onto the train tracks.
  • Gold medal guest

    Scott Hamilton, Team USA Olympic gold medalist and head of the Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation, visited the MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) Cancer Center last week.
  • Harris leads Pediatric Global Health efforts as new chief

    Jason Harris, MD, started his new role as chief of Pediatric Global Health at MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC).
  • Physician recognition dinner honors clinical excellence

    More than 680 physicians and guests gathered to celebrate at the ninth physician recognition dinner and the presentation of the McGovern Awards for Clinical Excellence.
  • Research Roundup December 2017

    Research at the MGH is interwoven throughout more than 30 departments, centers and units, and is conducted with the support and guidance of the MGH Research Institute. The Research Roundup is a monthly series highlighting studies, news and events.
  • Sharing collective experiences and expertise in Ukraine

    For Gennadiy Fuzaylov, MD, anesthesiologist at MassGeneral Hospital for Children, taking a vacation isn’t about relaxing on white sand beaches or skiing on snowy slopes. Instead, Fuzaylov travels to Lviv, Ukraine every September to support pediatric burn rehabilitation efforts.
  • Sharing the wisdom and joy of patients

    MGH clinicians gathered Dec. 11 for the Schwartz Center Rounds for the Primary and Palliative Care Community, where caregivers and audience members shared touching experiences and important lessons learned while witnessing a patient’s journey at the MGH.
  • Upcoming Hotline editions

    There are two editions of MGH Hotline left in 2017.
  • What people are saying

    Along with sharing news, events and information of the hospital, the MGH Twitter and Facebook accounts help keep our patients, staff and community connected. Here are a few things people have said recently on Facebook.

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