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UMass Memorial Medical Center News

  • May 18, 2014 - Sunday Telegram

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    Worcester Telegram business editor Aaron Nicodemus spent some time with UMass Memorial Health Care president & CEO Eric Dickson, MD and Medical Center director of performance improvement Lori Pelletier, to get an understanding of UMass Memorial's employee idea system.

  • May 11, 2014 - Sunday Telegram

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    Dr. Heathe Forkey, chief of the Division of Child Protection program at UMass Memorial Children's Medical Center, sat down with Telegram reporter Linda Bock to discuss the balance of being a pediatrician and raising a family of five kids, for this special Mother's Day feature.

  • April 29, 2014 - Worcester News Tonight/NECN

    Reporter Kristen Carosa visited the 7th annual Health Care Career Expo. She interviewed Joseph Fournier, vice president and senior human resources officer, and Lisa Cargill, RN.the expo introduces local high school students to a variety of careers in the health care industry. UMass Memorial Health Care, the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester Public Schools, Boys & Girls Club of Worcester and the City of Worcester Youth Opportunities Office all collaborate to sponsor the event.

  • April 28, 2014 - Worcester Business Journal

    WBJ editor Rick Saia outlines some of the facotrs leading to UMass Memorial Health Care's current challenges, and presents them in the larger context of the changes and challenges throughout the U.S. health care system.

  • April 27, 2014 - Telegram & Gazette

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    UMass Memorial Medical Center, UMass Medical School, and Work without Limits, a program designed to raise the employment rate of people with disabilities, have joined together for an innovative recycling program which turns the blue wrap used in surgical procedures into tote bags.

  • April 6, 2014 - Sunday Telegram

    Dr. Eric Dickson, president and CEO of UMass Memorial Health Care, and Patrick Muldoon, president of UMass Memorial Medical Center, discuss the plans being put into place to face current financial challenges.


  • March 14, 2014 - USA Today

    Dr. David Ayers, chair of orthopedics and physical rehabilitation, discusses the increase in frequency of hip and knee replacements, driven by both the aging population as well as the increase in obese patients.