MGH Hotline for Friday, January 21, 2011

  • Lunder Building brings medical imaging technologies to the patient

    MGH Hotline 1.21.10 Medical imaging technologies, which are involved in nearly every discipline at the hospital, will be a feature of the Lunder Building’s procedural and operating room suites on the fourth floor and inpatient imaging suite located on the sixth floor.
  • Gardner serves in Haiti as Durant fellow

    MGH Hotline 1.21.11 “You are not able to change the whole world, but you are able to give hope to one human being,” are words attributed to Albert Schweitzer, MD, PhD, a 1952 Nobel Peace Prize recipient and the inspiration for the creation of Hôpital Albert Schweitzer in Deschapelles, Haiti.
  • MLK tribute event features local writer

    MGH Hotline 1.21.11 More than 40 years after his death, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy of justice, equality and freedom continue to inspire millions across the globe.
  • Help for their homeland

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  • Upholding a promise

    MGH Hotline 1.21.11 Jeremy Rodriquez, 19, is just one of the Boston residents helped by the funds donated to this year's MGH United Way campaign.
  • The giving spirit

    MGH Hotline 1.21.11 Each year since 2006, in addition to hosting an annual Halloween party for pediatric patients at MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC), Spirit Halloween Superstores have made a generous year-end donation to the MGHfC Child Life Services Department.
  • "Go Red for Women" events

    MGH Hotline 1.21.11 The MGH Heart Center's Corrigan Women's Heart Health Program is hosting several events in honor of the American Heart Association's "Go Red for Women" week Feb. 1 through 4.

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