Fourth year internal medicine and pediatrics resident Dr. Mike Kelly shaves his head after reaching his fundraising goal for the Boston Marathon.
Upcoming Hotline editions
There are three editions of MGH Hotline left in 2019. Dec. 6 will be the final standard edition of the year. Then be sure to pick up the Dec. 20 holiday edition to enjoy coverage of the fun and festive happenings at the MGH this holiday season. The final year-in-review edition will be distributed Dec. 27 and will include highlights from 2019 and a 2020 fold-out calendar with a list of MGH holidays. The first edition for 2020 will be available Jan. 10.
Submit your 2019 highlights
For the 2019 year-in-review edition, Hotline wants to hear about the highlight of your year. Whether personal or professional, share your most memorable milestone from the past year to be featured in Hotline or on Apollo, the MGH intranet. To submit, email a brief description and photo, if applicable, to email@example.com so the MGH community can celebrate with you and ring in 2020 with a look back at the many accomplishments throughout the hospital.
- Oct | 1 | 2021
MGH urology medical assistant Alyssa Reilly’s hard work and dedication earned her a spot on the 2020 Team USA Paralympic rowing team, which won a silver medal in the Tokyo Games last August.
- Oct | 1 | 2021
Cindy Diggs, community and cultural engagement manager at Mass General, was named the 2021 Peace MVP by the Mass Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence, honoring her dedication to being an activist for peace and economic security in Boston neighborhoods.
- Sep | 10 | 2021
“Each morning when we’d arrive at the police barricades, people would be standing there with pictures of their loved ones, asking us to look for them,” Susan Diehl says. “Hours later, after a hard shift when we were ready to get back on the shuttle bus, they were still there—waiting for word.”
- Aug | 20 | 2021
In 2020, Carr took up running to keep herself both physically and mentally active during the COVID-19 pandemic. She completed her first double digit run—10 miles—on Dec. 31. Six days later, after a routine checkup with her doctor, she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
- Jul | 1 | 2021
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, a group of students from Harvard Medical School—led by Dorothy Weiss Tolchin, MD, EdM, of the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Physical Medicine and...