Cold weather safety tips from Mass.gov

Staying Safe: Tips for Extreme Cold

During periods of extremely cold weather, including days with dangerously low wind chills, it's important to take precautions to stay safe.

Staying Safe: Tips for Extreme Cold

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Colleague Spotlight: Celebrating Sue Noyes!

Sue Noyes, Manager of Retail and Special Events, is the latest recipient of our Colleague Spotlight Award! Sue manages South Shore Hospital's Gift Shop and Wig Services Program.

Colleague Spotlight: Celebrating Sue Noyes!

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Water Workouts Doing Wonders for Garrity

She’s only been taking the Aquatic Conditioning class for a few months, but Kathy Garrity says she’s already feeling stronger, more flexible and more energetic.

Water Workouts Doing Wonders for Garrity

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Eight Small Changes for Healthier Eating in the New Year

Changing your eating habits can be a great way to boost your overall health — but that doesn't mean you have to make big, drastic changes all at once!

Eight Small Changes for Healthier Eating in the New Year

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Safety Tips for Parents during the Pediatric Medication Shortage

Supply chain issues and increased demand during a very active respiratory virus season, have caused a shortage of common over-the-counter pediatric medications, including liquid ibuprofen and acetaminophen.

Safety Tips for Parents during the Pediatric Medication Shortage

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Colleague Spotlight: Celebrating Emily Stamaris!

We're proud to celebrate Emily Stamaris, BS, RDMS, RVT as the recipient of the Colleague Spotlight Award for December! Learn more about how Emily, who is deaf, has persevered through the difficulties caused by mask mandates and continues to inspire her colleagues.

Colleague Spotlight: Celebrating Emily Stamaris!

Bizzy, a young patient at South Shore Hospital, smiles as she sits on a bed wearing her Elsa princess gown.

Bizzy's Story: "The Procedure Was Memorable and in the Best Way Possible."

When Bizzy needed surgery at South Shore Hospital, her mother was hoping for something quick and unremarkable. Instead, the procedure ended up being memorable for all the right reasons.

Bizzy's Story: "The Procedure Was Memorable and in the Best Way Possible."

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Primary Care has Changed: Here’s What it Means for You

With so much disruption to the primary care landscape, South Shore Medical Center is taking several steps to respond to the changes through ongoing recruitment efforts, promoting our APCs to PCP roles, and temporarily putting a pause on accepting new patients.

Primary Care has Changed: Here’s What it Means for You

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Holiday Help: Communication Strategies for Individuals with Hearing Loss, Dementia, and More

This holiday season, you may be preparing to host or take part in gatherings with family and friends. Have you thought about the communication needs...

Holiday Help: Communication Strategies for Individuals with Hearing Loss, Dementia, and More