Every year on May 5, health care professionals around the world recognize World Hand Hygiene Day, a global movement led by the World Health Organization (WHO) to raise awareness about the importance of hand hygiene in health care.
Flashback Friday is an installment highlighting stories from MGH history. MGH Hotline spent some spare time in the hospital archives to highlight the 70-year history of the MGH Bowling League.“The soft ball enthusiasts of the M.G.H. are now planning a Winter of bowling ending with a dinner and the awarding of a Championship Cup” read the September 1949 edition of The World of MGH, an employee newsletter publication and precursor to MGH Hotline. Seventy years later, MGH employees continue to hit the alley in hopes of hoisting the coveted Championship Cup.
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