Hospital Access Subject of Oak Bluffs Study

The town will examine six flood-prone routes to the hospital and consider measures to fight increased flooding.

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Hospital to Host Jobs Seminar

Vineyard health care providers are starting a new course to introduce more people to job opportunities on the Island.

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Hospital Reports New Covid Wave

The hospital has seen 43 patients with Covid in the past month, chief nursing operations officer Claire Seguin said, three of which have been hospitalized.

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Pharmacy Director Looks to Inspire Other Islanders

When Valci Carvalho was a teenager, newly moved to Martha’s Vineyard from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, he took a job at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital. Twenty years later, he's running his own department there.

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Hospital Celebrates Cancer Center's 10th Anniversary

The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital welcomed staff and patients past and present Thursday to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the Cancer Center — the clinic that made on-Island cancer care possible.

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Hospital Is Unique In Comfort, Beauty

On Wednesday, Aug. 21, patients, nurses and domestic staff moved into the new Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, and that institution, or rather the brand new edition of that institution, began to function as its founders have long dreamed it might. For months carpenters, masons, plumbers and painters have been employed on the building which occupies a prominent site beside the road leading from Oak Bluffs to Vineyard Haven, and it is fairly safe to say that never a week has passed, scarcely a day, nut that some stranger, riding along the road, has inquired just where the new hospital might be.

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Providing Care on-Island and Abroad

As a physician assistant in the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital emergency room, Aubrey Stimola Ryan is versatile — able to understand a variety of medical fields and collaborate with doctors of all specialties.

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Drill Scheduled for Hospital Wednesday Night

At about 6 p.m., passersby may see fire trucks and a ladder truck extending to the roof of the hospital.

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Hospital Seeks to Shore Up Job Vacancies

The hospital and its nursing home had 219 job openings unfilled in February, an issue hospital staff say is part of a nationwide trend that has been exacerbated by the Island’s isolation and lack of affordable housing.

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Edgartown Planning Board Reviews Navigator Homes Project

The Edgartown Planning Board weighed in on proposed Navigator Homes skilled nursing and workforce housing facility this week, seeking to address both town concerns and those of abutters.

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