The Cambridge Chronicle has a nice story on the hospital's history, along with some photos of the nuns who worked there. Shortly after its founding in 1948, Sancta Maria Hospital earned the nickname “the Red Sox hospital” because of the number of players who received care there. Initially located on Memorial Drive in Cambridge, a … Continue reading Once the “Red Sox hospital,” now a nursing home, Sancta Maria in Cambridge to close.
First, for another super timely digest of health policy blogs, see this week's edition of Health Wonk Review, hosted by the excellent, Bay State-based Healthcare Technology News. Two stories of note in the Globe today. Liz Kowalczyk reports that when some of the Red Sox players made a trip to Walter Reed Army Medical … Continue reading Go Red Sox! Help Iraq War vets!