Patricia Purdy of Westfield had an abnormal pain on the side of her body, and immediately went to have it examined by her primary care physician. She did not expect that such an ordinary ailment would lead to a serious, yet successful, lung surgery.
It was a rude awakening for Jim "JR" Robak one night last summer. After waking up to use the bathroom in the wee hours of the morning, he quickly realized he was experiencing cardiac distress. Within minutes, experts at Baystate Medical Center were working to relieve his symptoms.
Over two decades ago, Cecelia was born prematurely at Baystate Medical Center. As an adult, she returns to Baystate to become a parent herself.
When Kelly Pelkey's knees began to fail her, she knew she needed to take action.
Cancer patient Nancy Boistelle placed her survival in the hands of God and her doctors, and experienced a miraculous recovery.
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Having a Level I Trauma Center close by saved Paul Bachini's life.
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Thanks to the Baystate Children’s Specialty Center, 18-year-old Joe Fratini says he's confident he can manage his chronic illness while he’s away at school.
At Baystate Health we value our nurses and the role they play on teams whose care has been recognized nationally for its safety and quality. We recognize the ongoing challenges of the national nursing shortage and will continue our efforts to advance our innovative strategies to educate, recruit, and retain our talented nursing workforce.
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MassLive: RNs need to self-regulate in the emergency department, something Question 1 would inhibit.