Fourth year internal medicine and pediatrics resident Dr. Mike Kelly shaves his head after reaching his fundraising goal for the Boston Marathon.
On Feb. 14, members of MGH Police, Security and Outside Services visited MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) patients to spread some love – and some frosting – in celebration of Valentine’s Day.
Officers Ross Blunt, Ian Stickler and Anthony Liseno joined MGHfC patient Noah Simon and his cousins Zion and Zoë Paul for a photo booth with Valentine’s Day-themed props followed by a brief dance party. Patients and police also decorated heart-shaped cookies with frosting and sprinkles. The event is part of the PUPP program, a
partnership between MGH Police, Security and Outside Services and the MGHfC Child Life Program.
- Jun | 18 | 2021
Two exceptional employees were honored with this year’s Ricardo Diaz Memorial Award during the celebration, recognizing the hard work, selflessness and compassion reflective of Diaz’s.
- May | 28 | 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has been stressful for children, teens and young adults as they deal with change, uncertainty, anxiety and loss.
- May | 28 | 2021
It is very important to be aware of what your child is seeing and hearing in the media. Often, children are aware of much more than we know and seeing and hearing more than we realize.
- Feb | 4 | 2021
In January, Mass General staff had the opportunity to take part in three virtual celebrations to honor of Martin Luther King Jr. and illuminate his goals of racial equity and justice.
- Jun | 26 | 2020
During the June 24 event, “Resident Writing in the Time of COVID-19,” five Mass General residents read from and discussed recent pieces they have published in national publications.