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  • Another reason to work at UMass Memorial--Worcester is the new "it city"! Worcester was recently featured on NPR as one of the country's fastest growing cities. Click below to hear about the great things happening in Worcester, and as always check out our careers site for job opportunities!

    Forget Oakland Or Hoboken. Worcester, Mass., Is The New 'It' Town

    Over the past couple of decades, booming cities have forced people to move to smaller cities nearby. Think San Francisco and Oakland, Calif., or New York and Hoboken, N.J. That kind of boom is happening now in Boston. An hour away, New England's second-largest city, Worcester, is booming.

  • "As I looked at the opportunity at UMass Memorial, there is so much opportunity to build upon the excellence already here. It is uniquely positioned in Central Mass and brings a lot of value to Worcester and the surrounding communities."

    New UMass chief nursing officer wants to continue community focus

    Founded: 1998 Employees: 14,000 Nurses: 2,500 Precourt's residence: Arlington Birthplace: Attleboro On April 22, UMass Memorial Medical Center named Justin Precourt its new chief nursing officer. Precourt comes to UMass having served in nursing leadership positions at Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center and Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston.

  • UMass Memorial explores telemedicine for addiction, with $200K award

    WORCESTER - There is often only a short window of time after an opioid overdose when someone is willing and able to enter treatment. A program being tested at UMass Memorial Medical Center aims to make the most of that opportunity.

  • “Our caregivers are what make us special,” said Deborah Weymouth, president and CEO of UMass Memorial HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital. “Their commitment to our patients allows us to provide expert care to the entire North Central Massachusetts region. Alison embodied all of the traits of an exceptional caregiver, mother and friend. She left an incredible legacy, not only on our Clinton campus, but throughout our entire system.”

    Nurse will be honored for years of service

    CLINTON - Alison McDonald was a "nurse's nurse," according to her colleagues. She was part of the caregiver team on the Clinton campus of UMass Memorial HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital.

  • Everyone is a caregiver at UMass Memorial. Dr. Scot Bateman, interim chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at UMass Memorial Children’s Medical Center described how our Child Life specialists are caregivers -

    “[they] have a unique skillset and remarkable ability to put our young patients at ease, give children some semblance of normalcy in the hospital, and prepare them and their families as best as possible for the medical journey that lies ahead[.]”

    Join the team by visiting our careers page and searching for Requisition #192367

    UMass Memorial Child Life specialists ease the anxiety in young patients and families

    Taking up most of 2018 - from Super Bowl weekend in February until just before last Christmas - 7-year-old Renee's experiences with hospitals were initially very scary for her, but then became less upsetting, according to her mother, Noelle Monaghan, because of a "friend" she and her daughter made along the way.

  • UMass Memorial adding ophthalmology residency program

    UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester is adding a residency program for ophthalmologists for the first time, furthering growth in the hospital's eye department in recent years. The department will enroll its first two residents this summer and add two more in each of the next two years, UMass' department chair of ophthalmology, Dr. Shlomit Schaal, said.

  • UMass Memorial names new chief nursing officer

    Justin Precourt has been named as the new chief nursing officer at UMass Memorial Medical Center. Precourt joins UMass from Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, where he was the associate chief nursing officer and interim chief nursing officer.

  • UMass hires McEvoy as first VP of corporate relations

    Kate McEvoy, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care's former Central and Western Massachusetts vice president, has been named the vice president of corporate relations at UMass Memorial Health Care in Worcester. In her new role, McEvoy will be the primary liaison between the healthcare group and major businesses in the region to develop and implement a product strategy to improve UMass' commercial market share.

  • Our Medical Center has been named to Newsweek’s inaugural list of the “World’s Best Hospitals 2019.” Out of the 2,743 considered hospitals in the U.S., our Medical Center ranked 70.

    “Our care is world-class, and this recognition is a testament to the incredible work our caregivers do every day,” said Michael Gustafson, Medical Center president.

    Best Hospitals - USA

    The hospitals on this list are at the forefront of adapting to these new challenges while providing top-notch patient care. They range from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, with its peerless educational arm; to Singapore General Hospital, which pursues clinical research and offers outstanding nursing; to the Charité hospital in Berlin, which employs more than half of Germany's Nobel Prize winners in physiology or medicine.

  • "She was chosen based on her extensive involvement in the community," said Nick Thornton, director of Development for the New England Council, BSA. "She really is a model for what we want our Scouts to eventually be."

    Boy Scouts to honor hospital CEO

    Updated: 04/03/2019 12:22:47 PM EDT Staff Report LANCASTER -- The Heart of New England Council of the Boy Scouts of America has selected Deborah Weymouth, president and CEO of UMass Memorial HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital, to receive its Distinguished Citizen Award for 2019. The Distinguished Citizen is chosen for his or her longstanding commitment to the community.

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