How Are People Notified If They've Been Exposed to COVID-19?
Concerned that you may have been exposed to COVID-19 in a clinical setting? Todd Ellerin, MD, Director of Infectious Disease, explains how public health officials notify patients or caregivers if there is any concern about exposure.
Mobile Integrated Health: Bringing the Hospital into the Home
South Shore Health's Chair of Emergency Medicine reflects on Massachusetts' first hospital-based Mobile Integrated Health (MIH) program and shares what it means for the health of the Weymouth community.
What Moms Should Know about Optimal Fetal Positioning
Baby spinning is an important part of a woman's late pregnancy routine. South Shore Health Certified Nurse Midwife Mary Hogan Donaldson goes behind the science of baby spinning and answers common questions about the practice.
Talking about Serious Illness with Your Primary Care Provider
South Shore Health recently joined the Serious Illness Care Implementation Collaborative to initiate more, better, and earlier conversations with seriously ill patients. See how we're rolling out the program at South Shore Medical Center in Norwell.
Hanover Fire and South Shore Hospital Work As One to Save Heart Attack Patient
Fast action during a heart attack can mean the difference between life and death. See how the Hanover Fire Department and South Shore Hospital used technology to work As One to save a Scituate man's life.