South Shore Hospital has again earned an "A" grade rating from The Leapfrog Group, a designation that ranks the hospital among the safest in the U.S. The spring 2018 rating is the fifth consecutive time that South Shore Hospital has earned the group's highest safety grade.
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April is Alcohol Awareness Month, so what better time to talk about alcohol use?
Many people drink alcohol with no issues or concerns. However, when you drink too much, or too often, it can become a problem. Do you know how much you really drink or how much is unhealthy for you to drink?
As a not-for-profit, independent health care provider, South Shore Health System relies on the support of our community to fulfill our mission of healing, caring and comforting people of all ages across our region.
There are many ways to support programs across South Shore Health System, from joining our Boston Marathon team to our annual Walk for Hospice. But one of the most affordable—and fun—ways to support health care in your community is to become a Friend of South Shore Health System. In fact, an annual membership is only $25 ($40 for a couple).
Norwell resident Dan Durica knew after his hip replacement surgery five years ago he was going to need to have his other hip replaced. With a much-anticipated family vacation to Ireland, Dan turned to Dr. Michael Ayers of South Shore Orthopedics, who performed his last procedure.
Talking about Testicular Cancer can be uncomfortable. But it's an important conversation for men of all ages.
Get the facts about this disease—and how men can perform a self-exam—in the infographic below.
The Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center in Clinical Affiliation with South Shore Hospital has a team of experts who are highly skilled in treating testicular cancer. We will work with you to ensure that you understand your testicular cancer diagnosis and treatment options. We create a unique plan for every patient, and consider all aspects of your cancer and health history when making our recommendations. To make an appointment with a cancer specialist, please contact us at 781-624-5000.
Brian Stewart of Marshfield has always been healthy and active. The 31-year-old retired U.S. Army Sergeant and current plumbing foreman was going about his busy day three years ago when out of nowhere he started to feel weak and his heart began pounding uncontrollably.
“It literally felt like my heart was going to come out of my chest,” Brian says.
Carfentanil, a dangerously strong synthetic opiate, has been on the radar of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) for nearly two years.
This substance has found its way to the South Shore, with the state reporting four deaths on the South Shore in 2017.
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Jessica Demmerly of Braintree had her first son in a Boston hospital. But when it was time to welcome her second son, her family chose South Shore Hospital.
There was only one person Paul Hughes had to convince before accepting the EMS Operations Coordinator position at South Shore Health System just last month: his wife, Susan.
In today’s world, we do most things online. From connecting with friends via text message or social media to ordering dinner after a busy day, we’re all used to getting things done with the computers on our desks or in the palm of our hand.
South Shore Health System understands it’s inconvenient to have to call your health care provider for routine transactions. Last year, we rolled out South Shore MyChart. This online portal provides you with access to your medical records no matter where you receive care within South Shore Health System.
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