May 16, 2008
  • Simply the best: The MGH celebrates Nurse Recognition Week
    Nurse Recognition Week is a time to celebrate the practice and dedication of the MGH's more than 4,000 nurses. Whether caring for patients at the bedside or conducting leading-edge studies to advance nursing practice, MGH nurses are committed to providing the best possible patient care.


  • MGH nurse honored by Boston Globe
    In her role as a case manager in the MGH Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU), Janice Tully, RN, stands by her patients every step of their stay at the MGH.


  • A path to success
    Nine years ago, Yolanda Eaton was an unemployed single mother raising her then 4-year-old daughter and living in a shelter run by the Pine Street Inn. Today, she enjoys a successful career as a clinical laboratory assistant in the MGH Core Lab and shares a comfortable Dorchester apartment with her now teenage daughter.


  • Small changes lead to big results in the SCTO
    Two years ago, the MGH Center for Sarcoma and Connective Tissue Oncology (SCTO) was experiencing problems in two practice areas: long patient wait times and appointments running over their allotted time. On average, patients were waiting up to an hour to see a physician, and sessions often ran late.


  • A mother learns from her son
    When then 2-year-old Michael Sampson was diagnosed with a brain tumor, his mother, Jodi, thought the worst had come. But only three years after Michael was declared cancer-free — following five years of treatment at the MassGeneral Hospital for Children's (MGHfC) Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Unit under the care of Dave Ebb, MD — Jodi received news that would shock her and her family once again: She now had breast cancer.


  • MGH Back Bay celebrates 10th anniversary
    In May 1998, the MGH acquired Boston Evening Medical Center (BEMC) and renamed the facility MGH Back Bay. Founded in 1927 by Morris Cohen, MD, BEMC had a long and distinguished history of providing services to community workers and residents. Although the neighborhood and practice have seen dramatic changes in the past decade, MGH Back Bay consistently provides quality health care services to individuals in the Back Bay community.


  • In General
    Employee awards and honors.


  • What's Happening
    Events around the MGH.


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