MGH Hotline for Friday, November 20, 2015

  • Dedicated donors honored

    Twenty pints. That’s the amount of blood Bill Stilwell estimates he’s donated in the last four years since joining the MGH Materials Management Department.
  • Happy Diwali

    Employees gathered in the East Garden Room Nov. 12 to join in the annual Diwali celebration, hosted by MGH Human Resources.
  • New debit card, app will make Flexible Spending Accounts more user-friendly

    Open enrollment for 2016 health and wellness benefits continues through Nov. 24. Don’t miss the chance to enroll in benefits programs that will meet your family’s needs in 2016.
  • Home run at MassGeneral Hospital for Children

    Boston Red Sox star David Ortiz put a smile on the faces of several MassGeneral Hospitalfor Children (MGHfC) patients after a special visit to the inpatient floors on Nov. 12.
  • How to identify phishing emails

    Have you ever received an email from Partners IT or Human Resources that seemed to be too good to be true?
  • Shedding light on lung cancer screening

    November is Lung Cancer Awareness Monthand Jo-Anne Shepard, MD, Director of MGH Thoracic Imaging and Intervention, would like to share important information about the only lung cancer screening test proven to decrease mortality from this devastating illness.
  • Partners Biobank plays key role in research

    Sekar Kathiresan, MD, medical director for the Cardiology Division, and his team of investigators – led by cardiologist Pradeep Natarajan, MD, and research coordinator Erina Kii in the Center for Human Genetic Research – are looking for a needle in a haystack.
  • A second chance at life

    Living organ donors are a special group who have made the selfless choice to undergo surgery that is of no physical benefit to them.

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