Stories in the 03/21/2014 Issue of Hotline
Bridget Hanahan was so determined to run the Boston Marathon for the hospital, she and her friends launched a Twitter campaign #draftBridget to get her onto the Emergency Response Fund Team.
The 2014 Boston Marathon is fast approaching and the hospital has many opportunities for staff to show their MGH pride and support the 218 runners, including more than 80 staff members, who are running for the MGH’s three teams this year.
Three MGHers have been awarded Harvard Medical School’s Harold Amos Faculty Diversity Award.
On March 18, 1994, Partners HealthCare was born, the realization of an agreement between the MGH and Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
The MGH is a popular place for high school students seeking exposure to health careers, so in demand that Tracey Benner, coordinator of Youth Programs in the MGH Center for Community Health Improvement, decided to expand the hospital’s annual National Job Shadow Day into two days.
A new MGH study is one of the first to detail the outcomes of breast reconstruction surgery after having a nipple-sparing mastectomy, and this new, hard data, researchers say, is good news.
When Billy Megargel was searching for his voice, he found it in his paintings.
What's Happening: March 21, 2014
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