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June 9, 2021

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May 13, 2021

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February 28, 2021

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February 24, 2021

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February 2, 2021

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Douglas Scaffidi of Boston, a clinical research assistant and emergency department technician, is running the 125th Boston Marathon in honor of his fellow Healthcare Heroes at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

"Working clinically in the Emergency Department for the entirety of COVID, I saw the toll that this pandemic took on my coworkers and our community. Despite all that we faced, we were able to show our community that we had their back and that we were always going to show up in moments of need. For this reason, few things could make me more proud than to run the streets of New England with that logo on my chest and show the world the kind of grit that is on display every day at BIDMC.”

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Anthony Cedeno is one of our trusted Information Systems gurus and today on #NationalITProfessionalsDay we wanted to show him and the rest of our amazing IS team some love!

"The number one reason I love my job is the customers/users. When I am able to fix whatever issue the person or department is having, that puts a smile on my face. Oh best believe, I get a run for my money most times, but I always say, 'don’t worry I got you' 😉 "
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Recently, John Kerry, the 68th United States Secretary of State and the Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, and Mary Rice, MD, MPH, Director of the Institute for Lung Health at BIDMC, participated in a panel discussion at Harvard Medical Grand Rounds. Click ⤵️ to watch a video replay of the event.
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As we enter into Yom Kippur, we recognize and honor this time for our Jewish staff, patients, and community members to reflect and fast on this holy day.

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A new analysis by a team of physician-researchers at BIDMC published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, provides the first evidence that monoclonal antibodies were indeed underutilized in the first six months of FDA authorization.

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Carly S. from Austin, TX wrote on November 11, 2020 at 9:27 pm:
Thank you to everyone at BIDMC! You suit up every day to keep us safe while paving the way for a COVID vaccine. I am so deeply grateful for your hard-working team and will continue to send appreciation and gratitude from Texas.
Thank you to everyone at BIDMC! You suit up every day to keep us safe while paving the way for a COVID vaccine. I am so deeply grateful for your hard-working team and will continue to send appreciation and gratitude from Texas.
Judy Dolan from Wakefield wrote on June 26, 2020 at 5:38 pm:
You really are my heroes! In this time of such uncertainty, you have done everything to be there for your patients like me. I am truly grateful.
You really are my heroes! In this time of such uncertainty, you have done everything to be there for your patients like me. I am truly grateful.
Lorri Devlin from Cotuit wrote on June 12, 2020 at 4:20 pm:
Thank you for being a trusted source for care, information and support. BIDMC staff is Boston's finest.
Thank you for being a trusted source for care, information and support. BIDMC staff is Boston's finest.
Evelyn Pizzi from Plymouth, MA wrote on June 12, 2020 at 4:01 pm:
I am truly grateful for my remarkable medical team at BIDMC. During this pandemic you have all been in my thoughts and prayers in hopes that you are safe and well. I know firsthand your dedication, care, support, competence and compassion which you have given me over the past 4.5 years of very challenging health issues I have encountered, the latest being in February of this year when I received extraordinary care as an in patient. I don't know what I would have done without you. It is my pleasure to have contributed to your Vaccine Research Fund realizing the... Read more
I am truly grateful for my remarkable medical team at BIDMC. During this pandemic you have all been in my thoughts and prayers in hopes that you are safe and well. I know firsthand your dedication, care, support, competence and compassion which you have given me over the past 4.5 years of very challenging health issues I have encountered, the latest being in February of this year when I received extraordinary care as an in patient. I don't know what I would have done without you. It is my pleasure to have contributed to your Vaccine Research Fund realizing the importance of developing a successful vaccine to fight COVID-19. Thank you for your dedication in pursuit of the well being of all of us in your care.
Margaret from San Diego wrote on June 8, 2020 at 6:24 pm:
Thank you to our healthcare heroes!
Thank you to our healthcare heroes!

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