Stories in the 05/20/2011 Issue of Hotline
REMAINING COMMITTED to the planet and environmental conservation is among the priorities of the MGH as it enters its third century.
“THE FIRST REQUISITE in sickness is a kind and skillful nurse,” wrote Drs. James Jackson and John Collins Warren in the 1810 circular letter that led to the establishment of the MGH.
Penny Campbell, administrative manager for the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard, died March 18.
The MGH Cancer Center presented its annual MGH Award in Cancer Research on April 8 to Michael R. Stratton, MD, PhD, director of the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute.
THE MGH CHAPEL, located in the Ellison Building, reached a milestone last month, as it celebrated its 70th anniversary.
MANAGERS AND SUPERVISORS from across the MGH heard several updates May 11 about the progress of the Lunder Building, the “My Giving Helps” campaign and the hospital’s response to an affirmative action plan compliance audit.
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