Hospital, Neighbors Clash Over Windemere Road Access

Responding to oversights in a major expansion project that broke ground eight years ago, the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital is taking steps to restore public access to Windemere Road. The road issue has been a longstanding sore point with neighbors.

Martha's Vineyard Measles Case Was Misidentified; Hospital to Review Protocols

The determination that a case of measles, diagnosed at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital and later confirmed by state public health epidemiologists was not measles has raised questions about how state and local public health officials work with the hospital and Island doctors.

Hospital Holds Vaccination Clinic After Measles Diagnosis

With more than 600 doses of the vaccine that prevents measles, the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital began inoculating unvaccinated children and adults Wednesday evening, following a confirmed case of measles on the Island.

Hospital Named to Top 20 for Critical Access Facilities

For the second year in a row, the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital has been named one of the top 20 critical access hospitals in the country.

Awards for Excellence

Several Martha’s Vineyard Hospital employees have received excellence awards from Partners HealthCare, the hospital’s parent company.

Excellent Care

Our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to the staff members at Martha's Vineyard Hospital who were involved in the amazing care of Marion Mackay.

Hospital Health Fair Is in Touch With Pulse of the Community

The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital was especially crowded on Saturday at the 20th annual hospital health fair. Participants filled the first floor halls, running from the main lobby to Windemere and into the old hospital.

Feeling Fine at Hospital Health Fair

The annual Martha's Vineyard Hospital Health Fair offers an opportunity for free screenings for cholesterol, melanoma, hearing loss, blood pressure and your body mass index.

Hospital Ready to Respond in Unlikely Event of Ebola

While the Ebola virus remains far afield, the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital has been preparing to respond in the unlikely event that a suspected case reaches Vineyard shores. An informational meeting was held this week with health care workers.

Hospital Donates Space for Community Services Crisis Center

Islanders experiencing mental health and substance abuse crises are expected to benefit from a Martha’s Vineyard Community Services crisis stabilization unit that will be run on hospital grounds. The so-called red house will be renovated to house the program.