Surgical Director is World-Renowned Thoracic and Airway Surgeon John C. Wain, MD, the surgical founder of lung transplantation at Massachusetts General Hospital and the first surgeon in New England to perform living related lung transplantation.
November 22 2016
Holy Family is one of just 72 hospitals in the nation to earn Straight A’s from The Leapfrog Group since the award was created in 2012.
November 14 2016
The fairs will be held simultaneously in the auditoriums on both campuses on Monday, November 21, 2016, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and there will be on-site interviews for open positions on all shifts.
Stephanie Gianoukos, MD will identify types of pain, describe its effects on the body, explain how it's assessed and treated, and define the goals of pain management in a hospital-based pain center.
November 3 2016
Orthopedic Surgeon Xavier Simcock, MD will discuss common shoulder problems
Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon Pamela Jones, MD will talk about the causes of shoulder discomfort and pain, and how symptoms are treated medically and surgically when necessary.
Dr. Simcock will explain the common causes of pain and discomfort in the hand, wrist and elbow, and explore the available treatment options.
Orthopedic Surgeon Xavier Simcock, MD will talk about the two primary types of shoulder arthritis, solutions for those suffering with these types of shoulder arthritis, and how advanced 3-D imaging technology helps make custom solutions for individual patients.
Dr. Wain, who had been on the faculty of Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and the faculty of Harvard Medical School for more than 20 years prior to joining Steward Medical Group, was the surgical founder of lung transplantation at MGH where he was the first surgeon in New England to perform living related lung transplantation.
Join Pain Specialists Stephanie Gianoukos, MD and Arvind Murthy, MD to learn the various causes and treatments for pain at Holy Family Hospital in Methuen, MA on October 27, 2016, 6-7 p.m in the ground-floor auditorium.
October 13 2016
Holy Family Hospital has a new President. Read this Q&A to find out about Craig Jesiolowski's qualifications, management style, priorities, goals, and the character trait he values most.
Dr. Andriola will explain how a computer-assisted procedure like MAKOplasty is used to treat knee pain, the conservative and surgical treatments for osteoarthritis, and the advantages of the different surgical approaches for knee pain.
To kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Holy Family Hospital will sponsor this year’s annual breakfast on Thursday, October 6, 2016, from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., at Elks Lodge, 652 Andover Street in Lawrence, MA.
Fluent in English and Arabic, his special interests are urinary stones, genitourinary malignancy, prostate care and BPH, uro-oncology robotic surgery, and minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery.
Established in 2016 and awarded for a two-year period, the advanced certification was developed in response to the growing number of patients undergoing a total hip or total knee replacement surgery, as well as the increased focus on clinical evidence-based patient care as it relates to pain management, quality of life issues, functional limitation in mobility and the return to normal daily activities.
Board Certified Surgeon Robert Moore, MD, from Holy Family Hospital and Steward North Andover Surgery, will discuss breast cancer screenings and genetic testing.
Dr. Hoerner will review conservative and surgical approaches to hip pain, explain why the direct anterior approach allows for a quicker recovery time for patients, and talk about how MAKOplasty™ navigation can be used for hip replacement.
September 1 2016
A health column contributed by Primary Care Physician Nita Pant, MD about an important health risk that soon-to-be college students should be aware of - meningitis.
Currently President of Saint Anne’s in Fall River, Jesiolowski to become Holy Family Hospital President in October
August 29 2016
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, so it is a good time to discuss how proper prevention, screening and, if necessary, treatment can address prostate cancer and other common disorders. Let’s begin with the facts: all men have a prostate, that means that all men are at risk for prostate problems, and for the most part, these risks increase with age.