Working Wonders for Tufts Medical Center

A look back through the years

Working Wonders 2021
Level 1 Trauma Center 

Our 2021 Working Wonders was a reimagined, virtual experience that featured our Level 1 Trauma Center and patients who are alive today because of our world-class team of trauma surgeons, critical care physicians and nurses. Funds raised during the evening's program benefited the Trauma Center; enabling us to further enhance our clinical strengths, advance training programs, extend our reach to communities with unmet critical care services and transform health care delivery. 


 Watch the event videos to learn more about our Trauma Center and the patient stories from the evening. The full virtual program is also available to watch.


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Maternal Fetal Medicine/Mother Infant Research Institute/Neonatal ICU


In 2019, Working Wonders featured our Maternal Fetal Medicine Program (MFM), Mother Infant Research Institute (MIRI) and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Funds raised through the Fund-a-Mission benefited the three featured programs, all dedicated to advancing research, innovation and patient care for mothers and infants.

Watch the evening’s videos to learn more about the departments’ initiatives and the mothers and infants we treat at Tufts Medical Center and Tufts Children’s Hospital. You can also view photos from the evening.


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The Neurosciences


In 2018, Working Wonders featured our Neuroscience Programs, including the efforts of our neurology and neurosurgery departments. Funds raised through the Fund-a-Mission were put to immediate use to purchase a new bladder scanner for the neurosurgery department as well as supporting research on factors that lead to cerebral aneurysm development and aneurysm rupture.

View the videos highlighting the Neurosciences Programs and the patients we serve. Check out the event photos from the evening.



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The CardioVascular Center


In 2017, Working Wonders featured our CardioVascular Center. Funds raised through the Fund-a-Mission helped open a newly renovated Electrophysiology (EP) Lab Room and updates to the exam rooms, as well as the development of a new preparation and recovery area to optimize the patient experience. 

Click the following video links to learn more about the CardioVascular Center and our specialized patient care. View photos from the evening.