South Shore Hospital

South Shore Hospital

South Shore Hospital

Jul 28, 3:08 PM

Join Hospice of the South Shore's Bereavement team for the season's final walk on August 3 from 6:30-8 p.m. We invite anyone who is grieving the loss of a loved one to connect with others who are going through similar experiences while enjoying the healing powers of nature. If you'd like to attend, please call (781) 624-7046 to RSVP.

Jul 27, 6:50 PM

Earlier this week, South Shore Hospital EMS providers trained the public on how to administer Narcan at the one-year anniversary celebration of Project Outreach Plymouth. Our goal is to work with first responders and other neighboring entities, including the newly formed Plymouth Country Outreach H.O.P.E. (Help, Outreach, Prevention & Education), to help combat the opioid crisis in Massachusetts. Our EMS experts educated the public with hands-on tutorials on how to administer Narcan in the case of an overdose with the help of Mobile SimMan and the Mobile Simulation Lab sponsored by BEST Chevrolet. WATD interviewed our EMS providers about the important work we do with the community to help fight the opioid epidemic:

Jul 26, 3:13 PM

People of all ages have physical fitness goals, but many struggle to reach them. Our Fit for You class, held at South Shore Hospital's Center for Physical Wellness in Weymouth, helps individuals of any age to get more fit and feel more energetic through the guidance of an experienced exercise therapist. This class meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00-4:00pm. You can also join us at South Shore Hospital's therapeutic pool for our Aquatic Chronic Pain Program. An exercise therapist will guide you through movements that will help you feel better. Sessions are five weeks long and meet once or twice per week. The next session begins on July 31 and meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:30-3:15 p.m. Want to give it a try? Mention the coupon below when you register, and your first class is on us! Call 781-624-4367 or email to register or for more information.

Jul 20, 6:07 PM

A Throwback Thursday to Hospice of the South Shore's Grief Reflected event earlier this year. Artists were paired with members of the community who lost a loved one. Here, hospice nurse Teddy Decosta (right) poses with Sue (left) and Teddy's painting titled "Forever and Always, No Matter What," which was inspired by Sue's late partner, Kim. Sue said, "The experience to me was very moving, heartfelt. Not only did it show the love between me and Kimberly, I also got to know the nine others. In a way it brings them to life." Learn more about the services offered by Hospice of the South Shore on our website: