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.
At Mass General, patient and family advisory councils play an important role in working with clinicians and administrators to shape and improve hospital services, programs and initiatives.
Working with an engineering team, a trauma and acute care surgeon at Mass General has created a self-expanding trauma foam designed to stop badly injured people from bleeding out before they reach an operating room.
Mass General’s Consortium for Affordable Medical Technology (CAMTech) recently held its Gun-Violence Prevention: Hack-a-thon and Demo Day to generate innovative solutions in gun-violence prevention, mental health, community resilience and public policy.
Mass General’s new chief nurse shines light on the integral and expanding roles of the hospital’s nurses.
A grateful stroke patient from Methuen, Massachusetts says the swift work of his expert Mass General care team allowed him to return home to enjoy his family, including a new granddaughter.