Originally launched 15 years ago as a nationwide study of first responders, the SHAW Program comes home to the Brigham this year as a free service for faculty, staff and trainees.
Arlington resident David Kenney, 54, commutes on his bike eight miles to his office in Back Bay year-round. His first morning ride in July was like any other except for one important detail: That day, he was biking with a new heart.
In honor of World AIDS Day, the Division of Global Health Equity and Partners In Health Engage co-hosted a free screening of the critically acclaimed documentary Bending the Arc in Bornstein Amphitheater on Dec. 2.
In a Nov. 27 message to employees, Partners HealthCare President and CEO Anne Klibanski, MD, announced plans for rebranding the health care system as Mass General Brigham.
Support Services can be helpful when working through any difficult emotional issue, such as a family conflict, financial worries or challenges associated with caring for disabled or aging loved ones.
News about upcoming hospital events, campaigns and other timely information for staff.