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South Shore Health System Introduces New Telehealth Service Called South Shore CareNow

South Shore CareNow allows consumers to see a doctor when and where they need it online or by using our mobile app for a flat fee of $49.99.

South Shore Health System Introduces New Telehealth Service Called South Shore CareNow

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Polio Like Illness

CDC: 62 cases of polio-like illness confirmed across 22 states

There are now 62 confirmed reports of acute flaccid myelitis, or AFM, an illness similar to polio, across 22 states in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. South...

CDC: 62 cases of polio-like illness confirmed across 22 states

Opioids

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

South Weymouth, Mass., (Oct. 16, 2018) –In support of National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, held October 27, South Shore Health System has partnered with several local agencies including, Weymouth...

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

Intermediate Care Unit

South Shore Hospital opens intermediate care unit

South Shore Hospital has opened a new 24-bed intermediate care unit that treats patients with specialized medical needs like emphysema and congestive heart failure...Read the Weymouth News story.

South Shore Hospital opens intermediate care unit

South Shore CareNow Allows You to Have a Video Visit with a Doctor

South Shore Health System Introduces New Telehealth Service Called South Shore CareNow

South Shore CareNow allows consumers to see a doctor when and where they need it online or by using our mobile app for a flat fee of $49.99.

South Shore Health System Introduces New Telehealth Service Called South Shore CareNow

Question 1 and South Shore Hospital ED

The Major Impact of Question 1 on South Shore Hospital's Emergency Department

Question 1 on the 2018 Massachusetts ballot would have a devastating impact on the services provided at South Shore Hospital. Get the facts here.

The Major Impact of Question 1 on South Shore Hospital's Emergency Department

Vote No on Question 1

Study: Nurse staffing ratios would cost up to $949 million

The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission on released an analysis that found Question 1 would cost between $676 million and $949 million annually. Read the Patriot Ledger story.

Study: Nurse staffing ratios would cost up to $949 million

Polio Like Illness

CDC: 62 cases of polio-like illness confirmed across 22 states

There are now 62 confirmed reports of acute flaccid myelitis, or AFM, an illness similar to polio, across 22 states in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. South...

CDC: 62 cases of polio-like illness confirmed across 22 states

Intermediate Care Unit

South Shore Hospital opens intermediate care unit

South Shore Hospital has opened a new 24-bed intermediate care unit that treats patients with specialized medical needs like emphysema and congestive heart failure...Read the Weymouth News story.

South Shore Hospital opens intermediate care unit

Vote No on Question 1

Study: Nurse staffing ratios would cost up to $949 million

The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission on released an analysis that found Question 1 would cost between $676 million and $949 million annually. Read the Patriot Ledger story.

Study: Nurse staffing ratios would cost up to $949 million

WBUR's Martha Bebinger reports on South Shore Hospital's partnership with Ariadne Labs

How A Boy’s Delivery Tests A 'Team Birth Project' Aimed At Reducing C-Sections

South Shore Hospital is attempting to lower its rate of Cesarean births. One couple let WBUR sit in on their birth of their twin boys to see the plan in action. Listen to WBUR's report .

How A Boy’s Delivery Tests A 'Team Birth Project' Aimed At Reducing C-Sections

Vote No on Question 1

How MA Ballot Question 1 Negatively Affects South Shore Health System

If Question 1 were to pass, it would have a dramatic negative effect on South Shore Health System’s ability to provide patients with access to quality, affordable care. Learn more on our blog.

How MA Ballot Question 1 Negatively Affects South Shore Health System

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New Educational Program Reduces Stigma Around Substance Use Disorder

South Shore Health nurse champions launched a substance use disorder educational program which includes a model centered around eliminating language and behaviors that stigmatize patients with the disorder.

New Educational Program Reduces Stigma Around Substance Use Disorder

A Preview of the 2018-2019 Flu Season

As the days get colder, it's time to think about scheduling your flu shot. South Shore Health's Director of Infectious Disease answers common questions about the 2018-2019 flu season.

A Preview of the 2018-2019 Flu Season

Question 1 and South Shore Hospital ED

Why I'm Voting No on Question 1

Question 1 on the 2018 Massachusetts ballot would have a devastating impact on the services provided at South Shore Hospital. Our chair of Emergency Medicine shares why he's voting no on Question 1 this November.

Why I'm Voting No on Question 1

Nannette Landry, Certified Nurse Midwife, talks to a mom

The State of Midwifery at South Shore Health

It's National Midwifery Week! We checked in with our midwifery team to get the latest on what South Shore Health System midwives are up to.

The State of Midwifery at South Shore Health

Yoga for cancer patients

Alternative Medicine: A Primary Care Doctor’s Take

Americans are turning to complementary and alternative medicine to feel their best. South Shore Medical Center's Dr. Leyda Delgado shares her personal experience with alternative medicine and how you can safely try it for yourself.

Alternative Medicine: A Primary Care Doctor’s Take