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In this week's issue: "Going the distance: MGH marathoners beat the heat," "Museum opens to public," "Consortium aims to accelerate vaccine creation," "Record year for PIE awards," and more.

Stories in the 04/20/2012 Issue of Hotline

In Memoriam: C. Miller Fisher, MD

C. Miller Fisher, MD, founder of the MGH Stroke Service and widely regarded as the father of stroke neurology, died April 14 at the age of 98.

Advocate for military families visits Home Base Program

Diame Dempsey, wife of the nation’s highest-ranking military officer, visited the Red Sox Foundation and MGH Home Base Program April 13 to learn more about its work to help Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and families affected by combat stress and traumatic brain injury.

Consortium aims to accelerate vaccine creation

A newly created consortium plans to change the future of vaccine research.

Going the distance

Crossing the finish line of a marathon is a feat in itself, but completing the race and supporting a good cause is a triumph times two.

In General 04.20.12

In General awards and honors

Museum opens to public

The Russell Museum is now open weekdays from 9 am to 5 pm.

Record year for PIE awards

The PIE award program recognizes employees and teams nominated by their colleagues for outstanding contributions in the categories of quality treatment and service; leadership and innovation; teamwork; operational efficiency; and outstanding community contributions.

Rooting for the home team

The Blood Donor Center celebrates opening day.

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U.S. News and World Report Best Hospitals 2014-2015

U.S. News & World Report ranks Mass General #1 in New England and #2 in the nation based on our quality of care, patient safety and reputation in 16 clinical specialties.

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