Martha’s Vineyard Hospital is pleased to announce the addition of trustees Ronald H. Rappaport, Esq. and Warren Spector to their board. Martha’s Vineyard Hospital Adds Two New Trustees.
MVH in the News
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Martha’s Vineyard Hospital is pleased to announce that as an affiliate of Massachusetts General Hospital, we now offer patients a more comprehensive approach to treating cancer. Read more at the Martha’s Vineyard Times.
Physician assistant (PA) Anthony Piland stood bedside, wrapping a super size gauze pad around the Chappaquiddick resident’s finger, which had caught a huge splinter while he was working with his father, who owns a painting and restoration company. Mr. McElhinney said he could not care less whether Mr. Piland was a nurse or a doctor […]
The story of the new, Martha’s Vineyard Hospital has been written. How it was built without a mortgage, thanks to more than $50 million in donations, How it is filled with the latest technology and linked electronically to Massachusetts General Hospital, one of the premier medical institutions in the world. But there is another story, […]
…Over at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, too, the Memorial Day sniffles are a traditional indicator of the headache to come. The number of people presenting at the hospital emergency room jumps dramatically, a harbinger of the crazy-busy summer… Read the full article in the Vineyard Gazette
The Windemere Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, which provides nursing home care and physical rehabilitation for Island residents, will embark on a major physical rehabilitation of its own. Read the full article in The Martha’s Vineyard Times
With a diagnosis of diabetes comes a process of education about managing a chronic condition through individualized diet and lifestyle changes. As is the case with anything new, there is a learning curve as diabetics familiarize themselves with medical terminology, get the hang of self-testing blood sugar, and adjust their food choices and exercise based […]
Earlier this month, the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital radiology department took delivery of a 13,000-pound magnet, a critical component of a new General Electric Optima wide-bore magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine hospital leaders say will provide expanded diagnostic capabilities, improved patient comfort, and reduced fees. Read the full article in The Martha’s Vineyard Times
The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital board met March 26 and elected John H. Schaefer of Edgartown and New York and Walter S. Teller of Chilmark and California to the hospital board of trustees. Read the full article in The Martha’s Vineyard Times