At MGH Clinic, Every Day’s a School Day
A typical day for nurse practitioner Jordan Hampton, MSEd, MSN, RN, CPNP, runs the gamut. Among her patients at the Chelsea High School Student Health Center, a satellite of Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Chelsea HealthCare Center, she sees everything from strep throat to issues around sexual health.
Leading the Conversation Around Population Health
Partners HealthCare recently convened two symposia focused on bringing insights and underscoring our commitment to fostering meaningful improvements and better outcomes.
Can You Print a Pancreas?
If Brigham and Women’s Hospital Associate Bioengineer Yu Shrike Zhang, PhD, has anything to do with it, that low-tech problem will someday be solved with high-tech printing technology.
MGH Physicians Help Solve an Ancient Mummy Mystery
A typical day for physicians at Massachusetts General Hospital can often feel anything but typical, as they diagnose and treat patients with a range of conditions. Occasionally, though, a situation throws a curveball to even the most practiced physician. That was the case when MGH physicians played a role in solving a 4,000-year-old mummy mystery.
At Spaulding, Defying Gravity to Defy the Odds
Patients undergoing rehabilitation for injuries and illnesses often must defy daunting obstacles to regain mobility and independence. Now, with a high-tech treatment modality in use at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital (Spaulding), some patients are even defying gravity.