Health and wellness isn’t just about seeing the doctor for an illness, it’s about living life in the healthiest state possible. That’s why One Healthy Boston is providing access to the region’s top medical experts at South Shore Health for educational information, resources, and tools that will inspire people in the Greater Boston Area to live healthier, As One.
Each month, healthcare experts will share insights and tips on a variety of health topics. Shareable content will be available on OneHealthyBoston.com, as well as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. Our goal is to empower people with valuable health information, the ability to reach out with further questions, or even easily schedule an appointment with a South Shore Health expert.
South Shore Health
South Shore Health is a not-for-profit, charitable health system offering primary and specialty care, hospital care, home health and community care, and preventive and wellness services. Our health system is the largest independent health system in Southeastern Massachusetts.
South Shore Health brings together like-minded people who work As One toward a common goal of providing the exceptional care our region deserves. We unite top-caliber talent, technology, and service with the wishes and personal needs of patients and their families to develop individualized treatment plans.
Our health system includes the following entities:
- South Shore Hospital
- South Shore Medical Center
- South Shore VNA
- Hospice of the South Shore
- Home & Health Services
- South Shore NeuroSpine
- South Shore Health Foundation
- The Friends of South Shore Health
- South Shore EMS
- South Shore Health Express
- South Shore Center for Wound Healing
We also work with academic medical centers in Boston to bring world-leading medical care to our community. Our partners include: Boston Children’s Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Learn more at southshorehealth.org/about.
WCVB Channel 5
WCVB Channel 5 is Boston’s News Leader and one of America’s most honored television stations. Founded by community leaders in 1972, WCVB is committed to its mission to serve the region by producing local content and shining a light on issues and causes important to our viewers. In addition to nearly 45 hours of NewsCenter 5 coverage each week, original offerings include Chronicle, the nation’s longest running local news magazine; CityLine, a weekly urban magazine program; and On The Record, a weekly political roundtable. The station has been honored with numerous prestigious national broadcasting honors including the RTDNA Edward R. Murrow Awards for “Best Newscast” and the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation’s “Service to the Community” award. Additional top honors include the National Headliner Awards, Gracie Awards, Gabriel Awards, the regional Emmy Awards, Associated Press Awards, Walter Cronkite Award, and duPont Awards.
Above any industry honor, WCVB Channel 5 is most proud of the trust we have earned throughout the communities we serve by responsibly covering stories of personal triumph, reporting on the stories that affect our neighborhoods, and fighting for the rights of consumers.