November 21, 2008
  • MGHfC residents emerge victorious in Pediatric Bowl
    MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) residents were declared this year’s winners of the local Pediatric Bowl – a competition much like the game show Jeopardy – at the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Conference


  • Medford Police and Fire rally around MGHfC patient
    When 3-year-old Alyssa Cassarino of North Reading, Mass., became ill with leukemia, she didn’t have to face her fight alone. The daughter of Officer Frank Cassarino of the Medford Police Department, Alyssa and her family received an outpouring of support from the city’s local police and fire departments.


  • In memoriam: Gordon L. Brownell, PhD
    Gordon L. Brownell, PhD, an honorary physicist with the MGH Department of Radiology, died Nov. 11 following a long illness. He was 86 years old.


  • Leadership Academy hosts open house
    The MGH Leadership Academy hosted its fall open house Oct. 29, offering managers and supervisors an opportunity to learn about the academy’s latest course offerings, meet with instructors and network with other managers.


  • SavePower! expands
    Since March, the energy conservation program SavePower! has been used at the MGH, placing computer monitors into standby mode when inactive for 30 minutes. Beginning Dec. 1, this initiative will expand to computers and rollout over a two-week period.


  • Dan Crane Beach Walk benefits MGH Cancer Center
    When Dan Crane of St. Petersburg, Florida, was diagnosed with lung cancer, he and his wife Janet did not hesitate to seek out the best available cancer treatment at the MGH Cancer Center.


  • Bringing women leaders together
    Women leaders from across the MGH and the MGPO gathered for an evening of networking and collaboration Oct. 23 during the first MGH Women in Leadership event.


  • In General
    Employee honors and awards


  • What's Happening
    MGH calendar of events


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