MGH Hotline for Friday, November 2, 2018

  • A ghoulish good time

    Pediatric patients throughout MassGeneral Hospital for Children participated in frightful - yet fun - festivities during the Halloween season.
  • Meme excellence

    After more than 100 submissions and almost 600 votes cast, winners have been chosen in the first Apollo Flu Shot Meme Contest.
  • Love that dirty water

    PACKING THEIR SOX: From department to department, coast to coast, and sea to sea, MGHers celebrated the Boston Red Sox World Series win.
  • From the hospital to the Himalayas: One patient's journey

    South Sudan is the world’s youngest nation. The landlocked country in East-Central Africa was forged in the shadow of a 14-year bloody civil war. Amid this chaos, many dedicated individuals have helped refugees, including Bruce Parmelee of Binghamton, New York.
  • A call for quiet: MGH performs low in 'Quiet at Night' patient satisfaction

    Rest and sleep are essential to patients’ physical and emotional health – especially during times of recovery and healing.
  • Supporting those who have served

    Home Base – a Red Sox Foundation and MGH program – hosted its sixth annual Mission: Gratitude Sept. 27, raising more than $1 million in support of programs for veterans and their families affected by the invisible wounds of war.
  • Research Roundup November 2018

    Research at the MGH is interwoven throughout more than 30 departments, centers and units and is conducted with the support and guidance of the MGH Research Institute.
  • Carrying on the legacy of Latino service

    In 2005, Ernesto González, MD, MGH dermatologist, received the inaugural award recognizing his outstanding service to the Latino community and beyond. On Oct. 16, the newest honorees were celebrated.

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