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MGH cited on surgeons' overload

Trainees' hours exceed safety rule; Hospital says it has fixed problem

By Liz Kowalczyk
Globe Staff / June 22, 2009

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Junior surgeons at Massachusetts General Hospital have been working too many hours, in violation of patient safety rules, according to a national accrediting organization that is threatening to put the hospital’s surgery training program on probation. (Full article: 1161 words)

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