January 5, 2017
Norwood, MA -- Geetika and Anil Kumar Polanki of Franklin, MA, joyfully welcomed Norwood Hospital
January 3, 2017
Morton Hospital today announced it was named to the prestigious Community Value Five-Star List as one of the top performing community hospitals in the country.
Steward Health Care System (Steward), parent company of Morton Hospital, has been selected as one of six Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) in Massachusetts to participate in MassHealth’s Pilot Medicaid ACO program.
Morton Hospital is pleased to announce that it has welcomed two new obstetrics and gynecology specialists who are now accepting new patients in Taunton and Middleboro.
St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center congratulates the three recipients of the annual St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center Scholarship to benefit local residents pursuing health care-related higher education. The three recipients are Leah Buckley attending the MGH Institute of Health Professionals, Taylor Hanley attending St. Anslem College and Ciara O'Shea attending University of Connecticut.
Steward Health Care System (Steward), parent company of Good Samaritan Medical Center, has been selected as one of six Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) in Massachusetts to participate in MassHealth’s Pilot Medicaid ACO program.
Holy Family is the only hospital on the North Shore of Massachusetts offering Y-90 Radioembolization - localized and targeted radiation therapy that delivers a dose of radiation up to 40 times higher than conventional external beam therapy and only affects the liver tumor itself. Healthy liver tissue remains unaffected.
Dr. Weinstein, a cardiologist, practiced locally in Easton/Brockton for nearly three decades. Steward’s first Chief Medical Officer Justine Carr recently retired, leaving a legacy of improvements at Good Samaritan Medical Center that have benefitted Brockton area families. Dr. Weinstein expressed his commitment to continuing this progress.
Good Samaritan Medical Center Receives 2016 Community Value Leadership Award from nationally recognized data and consulting firm Cleverley + Associates.
Low-Dose CT uses state-of-the-art computed tomography to find lung cancer before there are symptoms. The detailed pictures detect potentially treatable lung cancers that are often too small to be detected with an x-ray. When lung cancer is detected at an early stage, success rates for treating the disease are much higher.