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Teresa Royer Joins CHA as Chief Nursing Officer
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), an academic community health system serving Cambridge, Somerville and Boston’s metro-north region, has named Teresa Royer as its new chief nursing officer. She comes to CHA with more than 25 years of experience that includes work with underserved populations and a focus on patient safety, quality, behavioral health and inpatient and outpatient care. Ms. Royer will oversee nursing at three hospital campuses (Cambridge, Somerville and Whidden in Everett)...
CHA Officials Meet with Middlesex DA to Promote Summer Safety for Children
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan met with Cambridge Health Alliance’s Chief of Pediatrics Gregory Hagan and Chief Community Officer Mary Cassesso at the CHA Windsor Street Care Center to raise awareness about summer safety for children. CHA will partner with District Attorney Ryan as part of her annual “Summer Safety” educational campaign for parents, caretakers, and children by making materials available in CHA waiting rooms that aim to prevent accidental child deaths or s...
Cambridge Health Alliance Named One of Boston Business Journal’s Healthiest Employers
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), a Harvard-affiliated community health system serving Cambridge, Somerville, and Boston’s metro-north communities , has been named as a finalist for the Boston Business Journal ’s fifth annual Healthiest Employers program. Each year, the publication honors 25 area companies for their efforts in maintaining and improving employee health. CHA supports the health of its employees by offering physical activity support at the worksite, increasing the number ...