Our outstanding, value-driven providers are setting a new standard for health care in Massachusetts.
Hallmark Health and Tufts Medical Center recently established a new neurosurgery program at Melrose-Wakefield Hospital to bring advanced care and services to the community, and Fellowship-trained neurosurgeon Dr. Mina G. Safain was jointly hired by to lead the new program.
Staffed with tertiary specialists from Tufts Medical Center, the Gil and Marilyn Campbell Intensive Care Unit gives patients in Greater Lowell access to the highest level of care close to home and their families.
The Melrose-Wakefield Cardiac and Endovascular Center was recognized at Fenway Park on Wednesday, Sept. 27, for the high school CPR training program. Each year the program collaborates with Medford and other surrounding local communities to promote heart health by teaching CPR to our high school students. This innovative program has trained more than 7,000 students over the past seven years, and equips the students with a CPR training kit for them to go on and train others in their families.
NEQCA, is helping physician practices throughout MA implement the
Patient-Centered Medical Home. Learn how they help doctors do their jobs.
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month.
In our Health Minute video, endocrinologist Dr. Bindiya Thakkar discusses causes, treatments and small positive lifestyle changes that can impact risk for acquiring Type II diabetes. Watch their discussion to learn more >
Veteran Boston radio reporter and anchor Diane Stern has joined Tufts Medical Center and Floating Hospital for Children to help educate consumers on how to stay healthy and well. Learn more about Diane's role working with Tufts MC >
Wellforce and its provider organizations in partnership with Fallon Health, will offer a new managed care option—Wellforce Care Plan—for MassHealth members. Learn more >
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