From left: C4HDS team members Danielle Isaman, Niteesh Choudhry, Namita Mohta, Kyle Morawski, Roya Ghazinouri, Julianne McDonough, Julie Lauffenburger and Alexis Krumme
Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced that electronic health records must now include the option to designate patients’ sexual orientation and gender identity (SO/GI).
After serving as interim associate chief nurse for OB/GYN since January, Maureen Fagan, DNP, MHA, WHNP-BC, FNP-BC, has been named associate chief nurse for the Connors Center for Women and Newborns-OB/GYN.
When BWH Obstetrics (OB) Admitting officer Athena Lacaire arrived to work on Oct. 9, she couldn’t have imagined what her morning would bring.
Over the course of five weeks in September and October, five patient care units moved to new locations in the Tower and Connors Center as part of the hospital’s ongoing patient progression efforts.
As nationally certified and state-licensed medical professionals who practice under the direction of an attending physician, PAs play a vital role in the health care field and on care teams here at BWH.
On Oct. 17, Jackie Somerville, PhD, RN, FAAN, and Jeffrey M. Adams, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, were inducted as fellows in the American Academy of Nursing.
Late last month, BWH’s Lung Center, Heart & Vascular Center and Phyllis Jen Center joined the Roxbury Tenants of Harvard (RTH) for its annual health fair, providing health resources and information to community members and other attendees.
A devoted teacher and role model, BWH gynecological surgeon Raymond Reilly, MD, has been training the next generation of surgeons year after year for decades.
This week’s Safety & Security Corner focuses on a frequently asked question about armed security guards.
Partners is working to make printing more efficient and less expensive in administrative areas through printing optimization.
On Oct. 15, Barry Wante, director of Emergency Management, and Bob Donaghue, operations manager of Security and Parking, led a “deliberate vertical evacuation” exercise in Tower 14CD.
BWHers and three patients from the Mechanical Circulatory Support program recently staffed an information table by the Shop on the Pike to raise awareness about ventricular assist devices.
News about upcoming hospital events, campaigns and other timely information for employees