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Members of the South Shore Health Board, clinical leadership, and Quincy Mayor Tom Koch celebrate the ceremonial ribbon cutting of SSMC Quincy
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South Shore Health Opens Medical Center in Downtown Quincy

The $2.7 million location is an exciting new chapter in South Shore Medical Center's 57-year history of providing primary care to the South Shore.

South Shore Health Opens Medical Center in Downtown Quincy

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HIMSS Stage 7 award

South Shore Health honored with prestigious HIMSS Award

South Shore Health has been honored with the prestigious Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Stage 7 award for inpatient and outpatient services and technology. The HIMSS Stage 7...

South Shore Health honored with prestigious HIMSS Award

Members of the South Shore Health Board, clinical leadership, and Quincy Mayor Tom Koch celebrate the ceremonial ribbon cutting of SSMC Quincy

South Shore Health Opens Medical Center in Downtown Quincy

The $2.7 million location is an exciting new chapter in South Shore Medical Center's 57-year history of providing primary care to the South Shore.

South Shore Health Opens Medical Center in Downtown Quincy

Dr. Todd Ellerin of South Shore Health appears on camera on ABC World News Tonight

Concern about EEE continues to grow

With multiple human cases in Massachusetts and infections reported in two other states, Dr. Todd Ellerin discussed EEE with ABC World News Tonight.

Concern about EEE continues to grow

South Shore EMS hold up their Mighty Quinn t-shirts at Quinn Waters' house

South Shore EMS Visits The Mighty Quinn

South Shore EMS paid a visit to "The Mighty Quinn" Waters, a Weymouth boy battling a brain tumor.

South Shore EMS Visits The Mighty Quinn

Keeping Kids Safe from Measles NECN Interview

Keeping Kids Safe from Measles

South Shore Health's Todd Ellerin, MD, Infectious Diseases recently appeared on NECN to talk about what parent's need to know regarding the measles and preparing for a new school year amid recent...

Keeping Kids Safe from Measles

South Shore Health AHA Mission Lifeline Awards

South Shore Health honored with two American Heart Association awards

South Shore Hospital and South Shore Emergency Medicine Services (EMS), both part of South Shore Health, have received two Mission: Lifeline® Receiving Quality Achievement Awards, gold and silver...

South Shore Health honored with two American Heart Association awards

HIMSS Stage 7 award

South Shore Health honored with prestigious HIMSS Award

South Shore Health has been honored with the prestigious Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Stage 7 award for inpatient and outpatient services and technology. The HIMSS Stage 7...

South Shore Health honored with prestigious HIMSS Award

Members of the South Shore Health Board, clinical leadership, and Quincy Mayor Tom Koch celebrate the ceremonial ribbon cutting of SSMC Quincy

South Shore Health Opens Medical Center in Downtown Quincy

The $2.7 million location is an exciting new chapter in South Shore Medical Center's 57-year history of providing primary care to the South Shore.

South Shore Health Opens Medical Center in Downtown Quincy

Dr. Todd Ellerin of South Shore Health appears on camera on ABC World News Tonight

Concern about EEE continues to grow

With multiple human cases in Massachusetts and infections reported in two other states, Dr. Todd Ellerin discussed EEE with ABC World News Tonight.

Concern about EEE continues to grow

Keeping Kids Safe from Measles NECN Interview

Keeping Kids Safe from Measles

South Shore Health's Todd Ellerin, MD, Infectious Diseases recently appeared on NECN to talk about what parent's need to know regarding the measles and preparing for a new school year amid recent...

Keeping Kids Safe from Measles

South Shore Health AHA Mission Lifeline Awards

South Shore Health honored with two American Heart Association awards

South Shore Hospital and South Shore Emergency Medicine Services (EMS), both part of South Shore Health, have received two Mission: Lifeline® Receiving Quality Achievement Awards, gold and silver...

South Shore Health honored with two American Heart Association awards

South Shore Heat Watch

Wicked hot: Heat wave burning through South Shore

The South Shore sweated through three days of heat and humidity in a stretch of oppressive weather and South Shore Hospital's Dr. Jason Tracy weighs in on those affected by the summer's first heat...

Wicked hot: Heat wave burning through South Shore

A doctor in a white coat places her stethoscope on the chest of a young girl during a physical exam

What You Need to Know about Vape-Related Pulmonary Illness (VAPI)

With a drastic increase in the number of suspected VAPI cases, Massachusetts recently instituted a four-month ban on the sale of vaping products. Learn more about the illness behind the vape ban.

What You Need to Know about Vape-Related Pulmonary Illness (VAPI)

Son talks with his father who's sitting on his bed holding hands

Your Loved One Was Diagnosed with Dementia — Now What?

If your loved one has been diagnosed with dementia, it’s likely that at some point, you’ve felt a little overwhelmed.

Your Loved One Was Diagnosed with Dementia — Now What?

A close-up view of a pack of white heartburn medication pills inside of a silver blister pack

Ranitidine Cancer Concerns: What Users of Zantac & Generics Need to Know

A recent announcement from the Food & Drug Administration has caused concern for users of Zantac and generic heartburn medication. Learn more about ranitidine and NDMA, a probable human carcinogen.

Ranitidine Cancer Concerns: What Users of Zantac & Generics Need to Know

Midwife and mother hugging

Celebrating National Midwifery Week

South Shore Health celebrates National Midwifery Week with a look back at the history of the craft, both globally and here on the South Shore.

Celebrating National Midwifery Week

A person blows a cloud of vapor on a dark backdrop after using his vape pen

Nicotine Vape Users: What You Need to Know Now

Massachusetts instituted a four-month ban on the sale of both nicotine and THC vaping products. Those accustomed to vaping nicotine may have unknowingly developed a physical dependence.

Nicotine Vape Users: What You Need to Know Now

A doctor places a stethoscope on the chest of an infant, who is lying in a blanket.

How to Choose a Pediatrician for Your Newborn

Choosing a doctor to provide care for your newborn can seem like an overwhelming task, but it doesn't need to be! Dr. Mairead Wilson has the information you need to take one more item off of your pregnancy to-do list.

How to Choose a Pediatrician for Your Newborn