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McLaughlin, Caitlin7/12/2019 6:20 PM0 
The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) is proud to announce our Office of Accreditation and Quality Improvement was awarded the 2019 Model Practice Award for its Quality Improvement (QI) program on Wednesday, July 10, 2019, by the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO).
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McLaughlin, Caitlin7/10/2019 9:29 PM0 
The Boston EMS EMT who was attacked and stabbed multiple times is out of surgery and recovering at Massachusetts General Hospital.
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McLaughlin, Caitlin7/8/2019 12:05 PM0 
​The Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) is honored to announce that Deborah Samuels, Operations Assistant Coordinator at Woods Mullen Shelter, is a 2019 recipient of a Henry L. Shattuck Public Service Award.
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McLaughlin, Caitlin6/28/2019 10:28 AM0 
Whether you're swimming, grilling, riding a bike or enjoying other outdoor activities in the beautiful sunshine, the Boston Public Health Commission wants to make sure you and your family stay safe and healthy this summer.
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McLaughlin, Caitlin6/27/2019 10:41 AM0 
The only way to know if you have HIV is to get tested.
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McLaughlin, Caitlin6/26/2019 11:15 AM0 
It is that time of year when mosquitoes are everywhere. The Boston Public Health Department (BPHC) wants you and your family to be safe this summer.
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McLaughlin, Caitlin6/3/2019 11:29 AM0 
Ellis selected by MassDOT as one of 14 schools statewide to receive infrastructure  improvements from the Massachusetts Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Project Funding Program.
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McLaughlin, Caitlin5/31/2019 12:15 PM0 
The four-month-long series will offer 30 free classes per week from June 3 to September 28 in 19 neighborhoods across the city. 
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McLaughlin, Caitlin5/22/2019 4:07 PM0 
Mayor Martin J. Walsh today joined members of Boston EMS and Massport for a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the newly renovated Boston EMS Station at Logan International Airport.
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McLaughlin, Caitlin5/13/2019 11:35 AM0 
Katie Keating has been named the new Division Director of Ryan White Services at the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC).
NoNoYes5/23/2019 10:26 AM5/23/2019 11:50 AMApproved
Goldstein, Robert4/27/2019 10:00 AM0 
During National Infant Immunization Week (April 27-May 4) we are highlighting informaiton and resources to parents and family members.
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Goldstein, Robert4/23/2019 5:06 PM0 
The Massachusetts State Public Health Laboratory is continuing its evaluation. Results of this investigation are pending at this time.
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Goldstein, Robert4/23/2019 11:51 AM0 
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Goldstein, Robert4/19/2019 4:08 PM0 
Aerial spraying will take place in select neighborhoods in Hyde Park and West Roxbury
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Goldstein, Robert4/18/2019 9:00 AMIdeas0 
April is National Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Awareness month. This is the third blog post in a series in which we explore what STIs are, how they can be prevented, treated and in some cases cured.
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Goldstein, Robert4/12/2019 11:06 AM0 
Focuses on addressing racial inequities in infant mortality rate, namely that rates are nearly double for Black residents compared to Boston as a whole.
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Goldstein, Robert4/11/2019 9:00 AM0 
April is National Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Awareness month. This is the second blog post in a series in which we explore what STIs are, how they can be prevented, treated and in some cases cured.
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Goldstein, Robert4/9/2019 9:34 AM0 
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Goldstein, Robert4/8/2019 11:20 AM0 
This funding, together with funding from the City of Boston and other sources, plays a critical role in supporting patients in accessing care across the continuum of HIV prevention and care services.
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Goldstein, Robert4/3/2019 12:44 PM0 
April is National Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Awareness month. This is the first blog post in a series in which we explore what STIs are, how they can be prevented, treated and in some cases cured.
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Goldstein, Robert3/24/2019 8:15 AM0 
According to the Infectious Disease Bureau at BPHC, there were 42 cases of tuberculosis reported in Boston residents in 2017. Learn about the signs and treatment of tuberculosis.
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Goldstein, Robert3/14/2019 8:40 AM0 
The research team found that Black residents who were treated at local hospitals for opioid overdose were significantly less likely to have accessed state-funded substance use disorder treatment services than their White counterparts following discharge.
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Goldstein, Robert3/10/2019 8:00 AM0 
More than 235,000 women and girls have been diagnosed with HIV. Today we provide facts and information specifically for women and girls on HIV testing, prevention and treament.
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Goldstein, Robert3/1/2019 5:32 PM0 
On February 26, 2019, an individual with confirmed measles traveled from NYC to Boston and subsequently to NH.
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Goldstein, Robert2/9/2019 8:07 AM0 
Project RIGHT Inc. and Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center were selected to partner with the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) to further provide greater community outreach and support to Grove Hall residents.
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Goldstein, Robert2/7/2019 1:43 PM0 
In 2016, African Americans made up 12% of the US population, but accounted for 44% of new HIV cases. Get the facts, help stop HIV/AIDS.
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Goldstein, Robert2/6/2019 1:35 PM0 
Laptiste joins the seven-member board responsible for  providing a wide range of health services and programs for the City of Boston
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Goldstein, Robert2/6/2019 11:05 AM0 
Cavities are the most common chronic disease in children. This month, we highlight steps you can take to battling back tooth decay.
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Goldstein, Robert1/22/2019 9:38 AM0 
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm, 1010 Massachusetts Avenue, 2nd Floor, Hayes Conference Room.
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Goldstein, Robert1/16/2019 8:15 AM0 
The HelpSteps database is maintained by Boston Public Health Commission and the United Way/Mass2-1-1 and offers 24-hour hotlines for those in need of services.
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