The AIDS Project and Girls, Inc. --both of Worcester-- have received grants from the Massachusetts Medical Society &Read More
UMass Memorial Health Care addressed a $55 million shortfall in Fiscal Year 2013 by releasing a statement Tuesday which includes planned changes to reduce losses in 2014. Among the changes is a reduction in the size of the workforce, cutting 103 full-time equivalent positions.
The Reliant Medical Group Foundation has awarded nearly $70,000 to a dozen Central Massachusetts organizations in supportRead More
UMass Medical School's 2014 commencement address will be delivered by U.S. Rep. James P. McGovern, who will also receive aRead More
Worcester physician Annie Abraham, M.D. has been honored by her peers as the 2014 Community Clinician of the Year of theRead More
The University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS) ranked fifth in primary care education among 128 medical schools andRead More
Clark University and the City of Worcester announced Wednesday the creation of an Academic Health Department, the resultRead More
Worcester's Autumn Village Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center has earned a Deficiency Free Survey from theRead More
Massachusetts ranks as the second highest state in the nation for its overall emergency medical care system. The stateRead More
Thomas G. Fazzio, PhD, Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS), has been recognizedRead More
A new device is helping members at Frank Nash Training Systems in Worcester get the most out of their workouts.
The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts is seeking new grant applications in 2014.
Letters of intent to theRead More
Worcester's Saint Vincent Hospital has appointed Steven MacLauchlan as its new president and chief executive officer,Read More
Nationally speaking, 2013 was arguably the most controversial and newsworthy year in healthcare in memory. With theRead More
Worcester's Reliant Medical Group, has announced that it has hired Gonzalo Paz-Soldan, M.D., as its new Chair ofRead More