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Oanh Nguyen is a person who shows up and gets the job done. In her case, that sometimes means working seven days a week to make sure vulnerable population groups in Central Massachusetts have access to nutrition, among many other things.
Paula Green has led advancement at Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center for more than a decade. The growth of its healthcare services is itself a sparkling accolade.
When Dr. Stephanie Bodor heard doctors in Central Massachusetts were organizing themselves to help people harmed by the War in Ukraine, she jumped at the chance.
When Becker College in Worcester closed its doors in 2021, it left about 100 students pursuing nursing degrees with no place to go. That’s when Quinsigamond Community College and Dean of the School of Healthcare Pat Schmohl stepped up.
Dr. Richard Ellison’s career as an infectious disease investigator has spanned a handful of states over four decades, but nowhere has he made such a contribution as he has at UMass Memorial Health in Worcester.
For Connie Camelo, a temporary stay in the U.S. to study English at university turned permanent when she decided to get married. It led her to medical interpreting, an unexpected application of her passion for languages.
Marlborough medical device and technology firm Boston Scientific has completed its acquisition of a Minnesota-based medical company and its chronic low back pain treatment technology.
Researchers at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in North Grafton are investigating new ways to monitor COVID-19 levels in animal wildlife as part of a two-year contract from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
UMass Chan Medical School in Worcester will be transferring administration of the Adolescent Continuing Care Unit at the Worcester Recovery Center and Hospital on Jan. 21, eliminating 70 jobs from the medical school's purview.
Worcester-based Union Home Health Care Services, an adult foster care company, and its owners have been arrested and arraigned related to an alleged $1.6-million scheme to defraud MassHealth, the state’s Medicaid program.
The Worcester Division of Public Health has identified six priority areas to focus on to improve regional health and increase health equity across Greater Worcester.
After joining the Worcester mental health and addiction treatment center in May, AdCare Hospital CEO Brian Stoesz has left the role.
State public health officials on Thursday detailed steps the cannabis industry should be taking to prevent work-related asthma.
The healthcare landscape in North Central Massachusetts faces detriments in prenatal care and median distance to hospitals with comprehensive services, according to two state reports.
Two months since nurses at Framingham Union Hospital requested voluntary recognition of their labor union in a letter to MetroWest Medical Center CEO John Whitlock, nurses have not yet voted on the decision to unionize.
The National Institutes of Health have awarded $1.1 million to a Worcester Polytechnic Institute-led research project aimed at reducing racial bias in care for premature infants.
Three seasons after moving the Boston Red Sox's top minor league franchise to Worcester, the ownership group of the Worcester Red Sox have reached an agreement to sell the team to Diamond Baseball Holdings, according to a Boston Globe report. Diamond is a New York City-based holding company with more than 20 other minor league baseball franchises, including the Portland Sea Dogs in Maine. The sale to the corporate owner contradicts WooSox Chairman Larry Lucchino's previous comments that he wanted to sell to a local owner.