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It’s high blood pressure education month, a good time to focus on the importance of controlling hypertension, a condition that affects nearly half of...
Lifelong Weymouth resident Richard Gifford never imagined the path a painful sore on his index finger would lead him on.
Richard Lalond was just a teenager when he was wounded in Vietnam. After living with an open wound for more than 50 years, he finally found a solution — right down the street.
South Shore Hospital is the first in the state to participate in a Placenta Donation Program to help patients in wound care, surgery, and sports medicine get their lives back on track.
Treatment from South Shore Health's Center for Wound Healing got Mildred McGaffigan of Pembroke back in action after a serious injury. Read her story.
The medical director of South Shore Health's Center for Wound Healing answers common questions about caring for chronic wounds.
When a simple scratch developed into a serious wound, Bob Hatch drove across the state to receive care at South Shore Health's Center for Wound Healing. Read more here.