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We're proud of the work our physicians, clinicians, nurses and staff do both within our community and beyond. Learn more about how Emerson employees are helping others outside of the walls of our hospital and health centers.


 

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1/18/18

Thinking differently about scoliosis

Treatment for scoliosis has evolved to become a collaboration of experts: experienced professionals who understand the value of working together to benefit the patient. At the Emerson Scoliosis Program, located at Emerson’s Westford Health Center, the team shares the same goal as the patient and family: avoid surgery, if possible. Read More

1/11/18

Urgent care has a role to play

Going to an urgent care center can be the right choice when an injury deserves immediate attention but is not a life-threatening emergency. If it is after-hours or if getting an appointment with one’s own physician quickly is unlikely, area residents are finding that Emerson’s urgent care centers in Hudson and Littleton provide what they need. Read More

1/9/18

Urology care now comprises the full range and the most specialized

Emerson Urology Associates is attracting patients from near and far who recognize the precision and expertise that our physicians bring to diagnosing and treating urological issues. Read More

1/8/18

In a few short months, back to hockey after a serious ankle fracture

Hockey injuries, like the one Matthias Watson suffered last winter, happen fast. Matt and his parents were soon in the office of John Cahoy, MD, PhD, a pediatric orthopedic surgeon at Emerson, where they learned that he fractured his left ankle — badly. “Matt had a triplane fracture, which is one of the more serious ankle fractures,” says Dr. Cahoy. Read More