MGH Hotline for Friday, February 27, 2015

  • What's Happening: April 10, 2015

    What's Happening: April 10, 2015
  • Honoring pioneers past and present

    Quality and cost are two of the most important drivers of innovation in health care today. At the MGH, the Bowditch Prize is awarded annually to individuals or groups who are able to achieve substantial improvement in both of these areas.
  • Eat right everywhere at the MGH

    The success of the Choose Well, Eat Well traffic light labeling program – launched in the MGH Eat Street Café in 2010 – recently earned the hospital a grant from the Donaghue Foundation to expand the program to reach all patients and visitors.
  • In memoriam: Robert Carey, MD

    Robert Carey, MD, a longtime oncologist at the MGH, died Feb. 17 at the age of 80.
  • MGH hosts community dialogue on race

    It was a standing-room-only crowd in the O’Keeffe Auditorium during the hospital’s first “MGH Community Dialogue on Race: How Do We Move Forward?” program.
  • ‘Speak Up for Safety’

    The MGH will participate in National Patient Safety Awareness week, March 8 through March 14.
  • Gifts that keep on giving

    Spirit Halloween SuperStores representatives recently presented the MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) Child Life Department with a check for $34,985 as part of the company’s Spirit of Children program.
  • TeleHealth helps blizzard-bound patients continue care

    In light of the record-breaking snowfall throughout the Boston area, TeleHealth is proving to be an increasingly valuable tool for patients and clinicians. The program – the delivery of health-related services and information via telecommunications technologies – enables both parties to connect more regularly and conveniently regardless of what Mother Nature has in store.
  • Precious pear tree

    The oldest living fruit tree in America – the Endecott Pear Tree, located at the Mass General/North Shore Center for Outpatient Care – may be surrounded by historic amounts of snow, but it continues to stand tall.

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