Martha’s Vineyard Hospital News
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By Geoff Currier of the Martha's Vineyard Times October 24, 2018 One in eight women in the United States are diagnosed with breast cancer. It’s the most common cancer in women, and the second leading cause of death after skin cancer. While these statistics may seem daunting,... Read More
By Geoff Currier - July 25, 2018 You or a loved one grow old, take a little fall, and suddenly fracture a hip. It’s an all-too-common scenario, but doesn’t have to be. Many of these fractures are preventable, not just by being more careful,... Read More
Anthony, how did you get to Martha's Vineyard Hospital? I initially worked with Rocco Monto, M.D in West Tisbury and in Nantucket. He decided to move to Nantucket full-time, and I decided to stay on the Vineyard after a position opened up... Read More
Living on Martha’s Vineyard, we’re conditioned to meticulously check ourselves, our friends, and our kids for ticks. What happens if you find one? What happens if it’s embedded? Dr. Henry Nieder, co-chair of primary care at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, briefed The Times on what to do when you find a tick.
Prudy, how long have you been on-Island? Twelve years. I originally accepted a six-month temporary position here as an overnight ER nurse in 2006. My family and I fell in love with the Island, so we decided to move here. I joined the primary care team at... Read More
Martha’s Vineyard Hospital Adds 3 new Doctors to Primary Care Team Martha’s Vineyard Hospital is pleased to announce the addition of 3 new physicians to its medical staff and Primary Care Practice Team. Dr. Steven Feder, DO FAAP, FACOP is a Board-Certified Pediatrician who has been... Read More
Martha’s Vineyard Hospital is pleased to announce Julie Fay has been elected to its board of trustees. Ms. Fay brings with her more than four decades of experience in public and private human services with a focus on substance use and mental health for... Read More