Recent Media Coverage
Boston Medical Center news, features, and physicians in local and national media.
7 More Boston Schools Found To Have ‘Unacceptable’ Lead Levels In Drinking Water
WBZ-TV Channel 4, Aug. 16, 2016
"The level of risk from lead exposure from drinking water in schools is extremely low, and virtually nonexistent where water lines are routinely flushed,” said Dr. Sean Palfrey in a written statement to Boston Public Schools. Dr. Palfrey is the medical director of the Boston Lead Poisoning Prevention Program and a pediatrician at BMC.
Dr. Joshua Safer, medical director of Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery at BMC, comments on the International Olympic Committee's transgender policies as those rules are set for another revision this fall.
Dr. Amy Sobota, MPH, a pediatric hematologist/oncologist at BMC, describes how difficult the transition from pediatric to adult care can be for hematologic conditions, especially sickle cell disease.
Women of Influence: The Hospital Takes Care of Patients, Lisa Kelly-Croswell Takes Care of Employees — All 6,300 of Them
Boston Business Journal, Aug. 10, 2016
The Boston Business Journal recently profiled Boston Medical Center's Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer Lisa Kelly-Croswell and highlighted how she has helped transform the hospital.
"Once people learn about stroke and the causes of stroke, they often talk about how the wish they had had better control of their risk factors. A healthier lifestyle, or had less stress in their lives," said Hugo Aparicio, MD, a neurologist at BMC.
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Recent Press Releases
Official press releases issued by Boston Medical Center.
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