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The State House News Service reported Wednesday that opioid-related deaths and hospital visits in Massachusetts decreased slightly between 2016 and 2017 — the first decline since numbers were first tracked in 2010.
When people think of tick-borne illnesses, they most often think of Lyme disease, but there are other possibilities as well. While nowhere near as common as Lyme disease, tularemia is something that Islanders should be aware of.
Martha's Vineyard Hospital got a helping hand from Nantucket Cottage Hospital when suture supplies did not arrive on time. — Stacey Rupolo
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