More and more Mass General nurses are proposing solutions to problems they encounter on the frontlines of patient care.
A London family is helping the Lurie Center for Autism make its expertise on autism spectrum disorder more widely available.
The changes one primary care physician has made to meet the health needs of the transgender community reflect a broader effort at Mass General.
Thanks to the Wyss Medical Foundation, Mass General and its partners are working to expand health care in rural Uganda.
Determined to ensure lifelong care for his patients, the director of Mass General’s Down Syndrome Program is on a mission to build philanthropic support and inspire more caregivers to enter the field.
Mass General’s new chief nurse shines light on the integral and expanding roles of the hospital’s nurses.
A Mass General senior vice president outlines efforts underway to make the hospital more welcoming for transgender patients.
For the right patients, nerve decompression surgery eases the severe pain and disability of untreatable, worst-of-the-worst migraines and other headaches.
O’Neil A. Britton, MD, Mass General’s chief medical officer, describes a new Learning Hospital and other aspects of a plan for modernizing education at Mass General, Harvard Medical School’s first and largest teaching hospital.
Driven by gratitude to neurologist Elizabeth Thiele, MD, PhD, two moms whose sons have epilepsy have been fundraising for her the past six years.