Opportunities to learn can be found in every corner of the hospital
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Bridging the past and future: A rendering of the Cambridge Street building project highlighting a new education conference center, the Russell Museum, the historic Ether Dome and the Lunder Building.
Mass Medical Society Membership Certificate for Dr. Joseph Fiske, who treated the wounded on the Lexington Battle Green in 1775.
This certificate was comparable to a license to practice medicine in Massachusetts at the time. It was signed on June 1, 1814 by his teachers, MGH co-founder John Collins Warren and his father, John (Johannes) Warren, a founder of Harvard Medical School.
We hope you enjoy this special edition of MGH Hotline dedicated to the history, highlights and future of education at Mass General. This is the first installment in a series of special editions that will focus on the pillars of the hospital’s mission: teaching, patient care, research and service to the community.
Inside, you’ll find the stories of learners, educators and programs that make MGH the model for academic medical centers around the world. Opportunities to learn and grow exist in every corner of our hospital, and we hope this edition of Hotline encourages you to explore them.
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