As Drug Deaths Soar, A Silver Lining for Transplant Patients
Adel Bozorgzadeh, MD, was recently featured in an article in The New York Times about the surge in deaths from drug overdoses having become an unexpected lifeline for transplant patients. (Photo courtesy of New York Times)
Crisis in the Maternity Ward
In some cases, babies are born with NAS because their mothers use prescription opioids for pain, or are addicted to the drugs. Infants born with the syndrome may experience gastrointestinal distress, often have a distinctive high-pitched cry, and can be hard to comfort. (Photo courtesy of WBJ)
College Students with Type 1 Diabetes Face Special Challenges
Through the Live Life Clinic, those young adults have the opportunity to meet with the adult care providers who will likely become permanent fixtures in their lives.
Please note: If you are experiencing a medical emergency please call 911.
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UMass Memorial Health Care
Media and Public Relations Manager
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UMass Memorial - Clinton Hospital
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Media Relations Policy
To effectively facilitate the requests of media reporting on news and events at UMass Memorial Medical Center, the Media and Public Relations Department has established the following guidelines for reporters requesting information or interviews:
- Media must arrange all interviews and photo shoots with UMass Memorial staff or patients in advance through the Media and Public Relations Department.
- To ensure confidentiality, privacy, and appropriate sensitivity to patients and families, reporters, film crews, and photographers must always be accompanied by a Media and Public Relations staff person while on any of the UMass Memorial campuses.
- Unless otherwise instructed by a member of the Media and Public Relations Department, members of the media will be provided complimentary parking. UMass Memorial security will remove unauthorized media and/or vehicles from the facility as necessary.
- Media will be met by Media and Public Relations staff in the lobby of the pre-determined campus building and escorted to the appropriate location in the hospital.
- No patient information other than a one-word condition description is made available to the media. No information will be released on patients who are not identified by name by the media.
- Patients who agree to be interviewed or filmed at UMass Memorial must provide prior written consent to Media and Public Relations staff.