BWH Town Meeting: What would you like to hear about?
Join Brigham Health President Betsy Nabel, MD, on Thursday, May 25, in Bornstein Amphitheater for the next BWH Town Meeting. Click here to let us know which topic you’d like to learn more about during the event or submit a question in advance.
Melanoma/Skin Cancer Screenings
BWH is teaming up with Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Blum Van – a mobile van that offers sun safety resources, skin cancer-related information and screenings to the public. A BWH dermatologist will be on board to provide free full-body exams and address skin cancer-related concerns. No appointment is necessary. Screenings will be provided Saturday, May 13, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., at the Foxborough Healthy Kids Fair, 2 Patriot Place in Foxborough, and Saturday, May 20, 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., at the Mission Hill Health and Wellness Fair at the Mission Hill Park/Playground on Tremont Street in Roxbury.
Falmouth Road Race, Aug. 20
Run the Falmouth Road Race on Sunday, Aug. 20. Runners who register by Wednesday, May 24, will receive a guaranteed race entry bib and a reduced fundraising commitment of $750. This minimum will increase to $1,000 on Thursday, May 25. Runners are responsible for the Falmouth Road Race registration fee of $175 per runner. Members of the team run to raise funds for BWH, BWFH or The Gillian Reny Stepping Strong Center for Trauma Innovation. Learn more.
Celebration of life in honor of Darryl Powell, MD, May 12
All staff are invited to a memorial service celebrating the life and legacy of Darryl Powell, MD, chief resident in the Harvard Brigham and Women’s/Boston Children’s Hospital Combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Training Program, on Friday, May 12, in the Joseph Martin Conference Center amphitheater at 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur. Refreshments will be served 5-5:30 p.m., and the ceremony will be held 5:30-7 p.m. The service is being planned by BWH, Boston Children’s Hospital and Boston Medical Center, in coordination with the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Jamaica Plain.
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