Brigham Bulletin is Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s weekly print and online news publication, written for and about the Brigham’s 17,000+ employees and highlighting stories from the hospital’s mission areas of patient care, research, education and community outreach. In its current iteration, Bulletin’s first print issue was published in April 1993 (the digital archives of BWH Bulletin from 1999 through 2015 can be found here). Prior versions of the employee news publication include Brigham Bulletin (published 1943-1977), Inside AHC (Affiliated Hospitals Center, 1978-1980), Inside Brigham and Women’s Hospital (1980-1983) and Inside BWH (1983-1993).


An image of the first issue of Brigham Bulletin, published in July 1943.


One Response to “About”

  1. Bill Kelley

    I am retiring and would love to use this forum to say thank you and good bye to all the wonderful people I have met and worked with.
    I started working at BWH over 25 years ago, not as an employee but as a contractor. I have been the “elevator guy” maintaining the hospitals many elevators, escalators, and dumbwaiters. Twenty five years is a long time and recently my wife asked me “Why do you like working there so much?” Plain and simple the answer is, the People. I will never get over the love and dedication to patients that happens daily within these walls! I would like to thank everyone who made me laugh, shared their stories, greeted me every time I saw them, and so many other reasons. I wish the world was more like BWH,where so many people of every background get along so well. You will always have my love and respect. Thank you and Happy New Year to all!
    Your friend forever,
    Bill Kelley


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