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Baystate Health was awarded a $1M CDN grant by TD Bank to fund, outfit, and operate a mobile health clinic that will improve access to preventive care in under-served urban and rural areas, while also training future healthcare professionals to bring care directly to the community.
In 2018, more than 2,000 people in Massachusetts lost their lives to opioid use disorder (OUD). Learn how Baystate's ED is tackling the crisis.
Baystate Health is preparing healthcare providers to better serve veterans and their families by training both medical students and practicing medical professionals to understand health issues experienced by vets.
Medical and pharmacy students were "embedded" in service organizations this fall as part of their Population Health Clerkship. They presented their experiences to an audience of legislators, community members, and faculty at UMass Medical School's Baystate campus.
Medical students in Baystate’s PURCH Track are working with community groups to address the teen vaping crisis in rural Quaboag Hills—a region with higher vaping use than the national average among 8th, 10th and 12th graders.
Meet Dr. Makari-Judson, professor of medicine at UMMS-Baystate, co-director of The Rays of Hope Center for Breast Cancer Research, and chair of the Baystate Health Breast Network and Baystate Regional Cancer Program.