Jean Elrick, MD

Jean Elrick, MD: Giving to Create a Legacy...

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.

Advisor’s Corner – Summer 2013...

Early Termination of CRUTs Summary In PLR 201321012, the Service ruled favorably on the proposed gift of remainder interests in two charitable remainder unitrusts to a designated charity. Extended Summary Husband and wife created the CRUTs, paying a stated unitrust […]

Peggy Scott - melanoma

A Gift For Others...

After years in the suburbs, Peggy Scott is now a city person. She enjoys exploring new neighborhoods, riding her bike along the Esplanade and volunteering at Mass General. She is part of the ‘snow team.’ If someone cannot make a […]

A Gift to Seed Innovation in Research...

Traditional federal funding mechanisms like the National Institutes of Health aren’t prone to seed high-risk medical research initiatives without proof-of-concept, though quite often such projects have the potential to reshape clinical care and introduce new approaches for studying disease. That […]

A Legacy of Giving...

An adventure Donald Pierce, MD, and his wife Janet began decades ago as employees at Massachusetts General Hospital continues today, in their retirement, through their philanthropy. Dr. Pierce found two loves at Mass General — orthopaedic surgery, his specialty, and […]