Hospital Buys Land for New Nursing Home
The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital has closed on a 26-acre property, paving the way for a long-awaited new nursing home. The project still must clear a host of tangled wastewater issues.
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Delta Variant Confirmed on the Vineyard
The highly contagious Delta variant has officially arrived on Martha’s Vineyard, hospital officials confirmed Wednesday morning, as Covid-19 cases jump upward across the Cape and Islands.
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Nursing Facility Planned for Edgartown Faces Wastewater Hurdles
Wastewater concerns continue to hover over the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital’s proposed new nursing home facility off the Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road, with selectmen voting Monday to commission an independent analysis.
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“Cottagers” Aid Drive for Hospital at Bluffs

The Cottagers Club ended its first active season, well pleased with its donations to the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital auxiliary and the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital as its first charitable ventures.

The Cottagers Club came into tentative being last summer when a group of friends decided to direct some of their combined energies toward some unselfish enterprise beneficial to Island charities. This summer at the first official meeting the enthusiasm was contagious, and thirty-eight members now comprise the active list of the cottagers.

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MV Hospital CEO Makes Top 50 in Statewide Ranking
Denise Schepici, president and CEO of Martha's Vineyard Hospital, was named #43 on a list of the top 100 women leading businesses in Massachusetts.
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Hospital Opens Appointments for Pfizer Boosters
The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital opened up appointments Friday for more than 650 Pfizer booster shots.
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Hospital Set to Begin Booster Shot Program
The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital is starting its rollout for booster shots of the Pfizer vaccine, opening sign-ups for a small number of doses Friday evening. People 65 and older who received their second dose six months ago — April 1 or earlier — are eligible for signups.
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Its Emergency Room Jammed, Hospital Feels Impact of Case Spike
The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital is seeing its largest numbers of Covid and non-Covid related patients since the pandemic began, testing emergency room capacity as cases spike on-Island during the peak of summer.
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Hospital Trustee Earns Recognition
Susan Crampton has been recognized by the Massachusetts Hospital Association.
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Island Records 32 New Cases Over Holiday Weekend
Noah Asimow
Coronavirus cases continued to surge on the Island over Martin Luther King Day weekend, with 32 new positive tests since Friday, one new hospitalization and the first positive in the school testing program.
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