The changes one primary care physician has made to meet the health needs of the transgender community reflect a broader effort at Mass General.
The creation of an early warning system for sepsis is part of a broader Mass General effort to educate caregivers about the potentially deadly disease and treat it more quickly.
An expert on men’s health encourages prostate cancer patients to seek medical help for incontinence, erectile dysfunction and other side effects that may follow treatment.
This new initiative called Mass General Neuroscience was created to simplify the patient experience and offer access to the most advanced research and clinical trials.
R. Gino Chisari, RN, DNP, was named the inaugural incumbent of the Dorothy Ann Heathwood Endowed Chair in Nursing Education.
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the MassGeneral Hospital for Children has adopted a new process for transitioning premature infants to oral feeding.
Treatment of pulmonary embolisms may benefit from a team approach. But that model faces obstacles inside and outside the hospital.
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 HOPE Clinic integrates care to help mothers recovering from substance use disorder stay healthy and care for their infants through the second year of life.
By managing pain and symptoms, many people with osteoarthritis can continue to exercise and enjoy sports. Seeking treatment early can help.