Call for Submissions: What’s Your ‘One Shining Moment’?

Do you have a Brigham moment or memory from 2018 that makes you proud to be a part of our community?

Kevin Giordino

Giordano Named Senior Vice President

Kevin Giordano, MBA, FACHE, will become senior vice president of Neurosciences, Orthopedics, Anesthesiology and Pathology Services on Tuesday, Jan. 1.

children participating in family day at the hospital by trying out simulation items.

Family Day Fun in the ORs, PACU and Peri-op Areas

More than 500 children, parents and siblings of staff from the Brigham’s Operating Rooms, Post-Anesthesia Care Unit and Perioperative Services got a glimpse of what their loved ones do each day.

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Supporting the Push to Heal the ‘Invisible Wounds of War’

While emergency medicine physician Eric Goralnick, MD, is accustomed to sporting a clean-shaven look, he says it wasn’t a hair-raising decision to grow out his beard and mustache during November for a charitable cause.


Rally Against Public Charge, Dec. 4

Join us for a rally as we show our support for the Brigham community and immigrant families throughout the country who could be affected by proposed changes to the federal public charge policy.

Betsy Nabel takes questions during the recent Brigham town meeting.

Nabel Unveils Culture Survey Findings at Town Meeting

On Nov. 28, Brigham Health President Betsy Nabel, MD, shared insights from the Brigham Experience: Culture, Diversity & Inclusion Survey and related focus groups during fall Town Meeting in Bornstein Amphitheater and via webcast.

Peggy Duggan and a colleague from Jiangsu Province Hospital review a mammogram prior to a procedure there.

Brigham Fosters New Collaboration with Partner in China

Nine Brigham faculty and staff members have traveled to Jiangsu Province Hospital to evaluate opportunities for cooperation in cardiovascular medicine, urology, renal transplant, breast surgery, radiology and pathology, as well as research.

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Study Examines New Strategy for Treating Aggressive Prostate Cancer

A new multinational study of more than 600 men with an advanced form of the disease confirms surgery alone does not offer the highest chance of survival and examines outcomes for men following a new combination treatment plan.

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