One of Dr. Jean Elrick’s favorite places at the hospital is its entrance. Here, one can feel the hospital’s energy, see what kind of place it is and witness all that is done here. It is also on this spot that she decided to make her career at Mass General.
On June 5, the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center will celebrate the one hundred, an annual gala honoring 100 people and groups whose diligence and discoveries, philanthropy and passion have helped advance the fight against cancer
Dear MGH friends, This year has been like no other for our Mass General marathon team. We were very lucky that none of our runners or their families were physically injured from the bombings. The past weeks have been an extremely […]
Lori Campbell, RN, a North Carolina nurse, discovers an MGH endowed fund created more than 50 years ago in her grandfather’s memory. Impressed with Mass General, she and her husband revised the fund to include unrestricted support for neurology research.
After Greg Chastain’s mother died of pancreatic cancer in 2009, he wondered what he could do to honor her memory. Growing up, she filled their home with music and when he took an interest in music, she was his constant supporter.
For the Friends of the Mass General Cancer Center, helping to provide toys to young cancer patients like Hope Bolster is part of a long tradition of caring, involvement and philanthropic support.
Amid pressures to cut costs, Mass General must focus its commitment to excellence and innovation on finding ways to more economically deliver the world-class care for which it is known.
Mass General marked a milestone in October, 2012, when surgeons performed the hospital’s first hand transplant. The recipient was Joe Kinan, 43, who was badly burned in the 2003 Station nightclub fire in Rhode Island. Less than three weeks after […]
The past is only part of the story at Mass General’s Paul S. Russell, MD, Museum of Medical History and Innovation.
With central heating, flush toilets and an abundance of fresh air, Massachusetts General Hospital’s Bulfinch Building, opened in 1821, helped change public perceptions of what a hospital should be.