MGH Hotline for Friday, May 9, 2014

  • Supporting Stroke Services

    Lee H. Schwamm, MD, executive vice chairman of Neurology and director of the Mass General Stroke Service, shares information about strokes, warning signs and advances in stroke care.
  • Beauty beyond skin deep

    No one works a room quite like Tim Quinn. The celebrity makeup artist and national director of Creative Artistry for Giorgio Armani Beauty has a gift for making a woman look and feel beautiful and he brought his gift to the MGH.
  • Unveiling a legacy

    A new portrait of Linda Richards, America’s first professionally trained nurse and superintendent of the Boston Training School at MGH from 1874 to 1877, reveals an image of a heroic leader, innovator and champion of nursing.
  • Psychiatry hosts annual symposium

    The second annual symposium on Public Sector and Community Psychiatry took place April 30 under the Bulfinch Tent.
  • Oh baby!

    Heidi and Andrew Cheerman of Sharon, Mass. reunite with Massachusetts State Trooper Michael Close hours after he helped deliver their baby.
  • Celebrating Nurse Recognition Week

    The MGH celebrated national Nurses Recognition Week May 1-7 with a series of celebratory events, special presentations and receptions.
  • Hands up for hand hygiene

    The Ellison 12 General Medicine Unit marked World Hand Hygiene Day with a celebration of its own – a 100 percent hand hygiene score.
  • Learning and leading

    Eight students from the MGH English for Speakers of Other Languages class demonstrated their communication skills as part of a project focused on safety in the hospital.
  • What's Happening: May 9, 2014

    What's Happening: May 9, 2014

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