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Dr. Galen V. Henderson Died, Renowned Neurocritical Care Director And Beacon Of Medical Excellence – BRB NEWS

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The medical community is grappling with the loss of a highly esteemed figure, Dr. Galen V. Henderson, is passed away on December 28, 2023, following a recent illness. As the Director of Neurocritical Care at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, and an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Henderson’s passing leaves a profound void in the field of neurocritical care.

In addition to his significant roles at the hospital and Harvard Medical School, Dr. Henderson also served as the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, showcasing his commitment to fostering an environment of inclusivity and respect within the medical field.

New England Donor Services (NEDS) shared the heartbreaking news of his passing. Dr. Henderson was not only a nationally recognized expert in diagnosing brain death and managing critical care issues related to organ donation but also a trusted and long-serving Medical Director and member of NEDS’ Clinical Advisory Board. His invaluable contributions to NEDS have been instrumental in advancing their mission and work.

Dr. Henderson’s dedication to excellence in patient care, his unwavering commitment to mentorship and education, and his impactful contributions to organ donation have left an indelible mark on the medical community. His loss will be deeply felt by all those who had the privilege of knowing him and working with him.

Our thoughts are with Dr. Henderson’s family, friends, colleagues, and the countless individuals whose lives he touched with his exceptional medical expertise and compassionate care. As we mourn his loss, we also celebrate his life and legacy, which will continue to inspire and influence future generations of medical professionals.

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