Housing Insecurity Poses Health Risks, Hospital Survey Finds
Holly Pretsky

A well-known quality of life problem on the Island, housing insecurity also poses health challenges, according to a new community health needs report from the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.

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Exceptional Treatment
While vacationing with us on the Vineyard, my sister in law injured herself and was treated at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
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Hospital Announces New Trustees Leadership
John Schaefer has been named as the new chairman of the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital board of trustees, the hospital said in an announcement this week.
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Hospital CEO Delivers Upbeat Message at Public Forum
Holly Pretsky

A growing primary care department and expanded access to the addiction treatment drug suboxone were a few of the accomplishments touted by Denise Schepici at a forum Tuesday.

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Hospital Forum
The Martha's Vineyard Hospital will hold a public forum on Tuesday, June 4 at the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center in Vineyard Haven.
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With New Doctors, Hospital Ramps Up Primary Care
Holly Pretsky
Four new doctors recently signed on at the hospital to work in the primary care department full time. The patient waiting list, which numbered close to 500 about a year ago, is gone.
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Former Hospital CEO Resigns Post in Alaska

The former chief executive officer of the Martha’s Vineyard hospital has left a post he took at a community hospital in Alaska.

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Hospital COO Resigns Her Post
Julia Wells

The chief operating officer at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital has resigned after just five months on the job, chief executive officer Denise Schepci confirmed.

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A Heartfelt Sendoff for Dr. Henry Nieder
Holly Pretsky
A retirement party Monday afternoon for Dr. Henry Nieder abounded with memories, anecdotes and tributes for the longtime family physician.
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Following Departure of Primary Care Doctor, Hospital Responds
Holly Pretsky
Dr. Michael Michotek left the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital last week, causing ripples of concern in the Island community.
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