Wellness for the greater good
One Healthy Boston is a community resource created for you by South Shore Health and WCVB Channel 5.
As developments continue to unfold regarding national COVID-19 relief and suppression efforts, South Shore Health is dedicating its focus on treating coronavirus patients while working closely with state and federal health officials in order to champion evolving preventative measures and to adhere to local quarantine protocols.
Whether you’re a clinician or a patient, we remain committed to protecting our communities and to providing you with the latest information on COVID-19.
When our muscles, bones, or joints are injured, the pain and loss of function that results can be debilitating. Even though these injuries limit us, and can keep us from doing the things that we love, many of us make the mistake of “waiting them out,” or avoiding medical care until the issue becomes chronic.
We Are One Healthy Boston
It's great to be able to announce that South Shore Health and WCVB Channel 5 are partnering together to bring you One Healthy Boston. The goal of which is to help you be ...
Seven Things You Need to Know About Heart Disease
February is American Heart Month, which makes it the perfect opportunity to raise awareness about treating and preventing heart disease. There’s a misconception that the only people at risk are ...
Hanover Fire and South Shore Hospital Work As One to Save Heart Attack Patient
About half of patients who die from a heart attack do so within one hour of their first symptoms. Learn how one Hanover, Massachusetts man received fast, life-saving care with the help South Shore Health providers and new technologies
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Meet the Midwives
South Shore Health presents this open forum for expecting moms and their coaches to meet our Nurse-Midwives. During this forum, Nurse-Midwives will answer any questions or concerns you might have related to prenatal care, early labor preparation or techniques to help you advance your labor naturally.
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Bone Health Discussion
Low bone density, also known as osteopenia, impacts more than 53.6 million Americans age 50 and older. Do you worry about the health and strength of your bones? Join Karen Choong, MD for a free bone health informational program at South Shore Medical Center.
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