This spring, 37 members of the Brigham Rehabilitation Services department served at Boston Hope Medical Center to provide physical, occupational and speech therapy to patients.
A self-described “people person,” Ana Maria Rios-Velez, QMI, of Interpreter Services, loves helping others, learning new things and seeing the immediate results of her efforts.
The Department of Nursing is focused on supporting nurses’ physical and emotional well-being and fostering resilience after challenges of the COVID-19 surge this spring.
Continuing their legacy of leadership in health equity and social and racial justice, the Brigham’s community health centers hold weekly silent vigils with participation from staff, their families and members of the community.
Maddy highlights the inspirational response of staff throughout the institution to the pandemic and shares details about efforts to promote resiliency.
Beloved by patients, families and colleagues, Mrs. Manczurowsky found her “true calling” as an oncology nurse at the DF/BWCC in Milford.
A member of the Brigham community for nearly 40 years, Mrs. Judge is remembered for her exceptional warmth, thoughtfulness and expertise as a dialysis nurse.