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Partners HealthCare 11h
Health care workers from across our system reminded us this week that they are going to work for all of us. We are so grateful for them. Let’s answer their call and stay home.
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Rochelle Walensky, MD, MPH Mar 27
Boston ID Chiefs: “We know we will confront challenges and sadness in the weeks ahead. We reaffirm our commitment to work hard on your behalf — and we count on your help.”
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MassGeneral Medicine Mar 28
Head over to the our Instagram account to leave a shoutout message for a resident, attending, nurse, or any member of the family
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MassGeneral News Mar 28
From : sharing guidance to manage patients with to help colleagues around the world battle this pandemic:
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Jordan Smoller Mar 27
1/2 We're pleased to share this Guide to Mental Health Resources for from including curated links to resources, coping strategies, tools, apps and videos and we are updating regularly. Feel free to share with all who might benefit
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MassGeneral News Mar 27
Love in the time of [thread]: With her wedding cancelled for safety precautions, ’s married her fiancé Matt Shearer in ’s historic Ether Dome today. A handful attended, in masks, 6 feet apart.
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Rochelle Walensky, MD, MPH Mar 27
, Covid-19 treatment guidance now available on-line. Please check in often; it is frequently updated. Massive effort by multidisciplinary team, led by &
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MassGeneral News Mar 26
In the last few days, we’ve noticed these signs popping up in the neighborhood surrounding . There are no words that can describe what gestures like this mean to our staff. You are. We are.
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MassGeneral Medicine Mar 26
ICYMI: We had a fantastic Grand Rounds this morning with Pulmonary/Critical Care experts from , , and discussing the respiratory aspects of . You can watch it here:
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MassGeneral News Mar 25
We are so grateful for the outpouring of support during this challenging time. Please note that we are unable to accept goods dropped off at our hospital entrances. We will share more information and ways you can help as soon as it's available. Thank you!
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MassGeneral Medicine Mar 25
Join us for the next Medical Grand Rounds on 3/26 at 8 am as experts from the Pulm/CC divisions at , , and discuss what is known so far about respiratory failure in .
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MassGeneral Medicine Mar 24
Two of our physicians, and Philip Manners, shared their stories from the front lines as part of a video diary series on today.
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Rochelle Walensky, MD, MPH Mar 23
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MGH Hospital Medicine Mar 23
MGH leaders on front lines of , listening to medical team & nurses in HMU Special Pathogens Unit:⁣⁣ 👩‍⚕️ , Chair 👨🏼‍⚕️ Tim Ferris, MGPO CEO⁣⁣ 👨🏾‍⚕️ , Med Res Prog Director⁣⁣ 👨🏻‍⚕️ , HMU Clinical Staff Dir
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Katrina Armstrong Mar 23
Remarkably quiet across the Mass General as snow starts to fall. Checked in on our teams - all doing well and grateful to and MGH Radiology for joining these teams.
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Katrina Armstrong Mar 23
Can’t imagine where would be in fight without this exceptional physician, scientist, and now clean shaven leader at the helm of all things residency. Rounding daily, office full of goggles, always putting residents first. As he says, it’s all about the team.
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MassGeneral News Mar 23
Your questions answered by ’s Dr. Paul Biddinger + ’s [video]:
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Katrina Armstrong Mar 22
learned the importance of providing food to those on the front lines long ago- even more important now as grocery shopping gets harder. Thanks to our amazing chiefs.
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Katrina Armstrong Mar 22
As PCR COVID testing grows, important to remember that PCR test may detect only 70% cases because of sample issues or low viral load in the nasopharynx- seemingly early in disease and when patients become very sick. Time to revisit CT scans for COVID diagnosis?
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Dr. Daniel Horn Mar 22
There are three problems we need to solve immediately to avert the ventilator crisis and ethical catastrophe: ventilator production, distribution, and operation. My reflections in ⁦
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