From routine care to the most complex cases, we offer comprehensive, full-circle clinical care to our patients, starting and ending at home.
Because we are built on a legacy of medical discovery, our researchers push the boundaries of knowledge and advance medicine in new and innovative ways.
We have over 100 accredited physician residency and fellowship programs, and over 2,000 trainees preparing to be the healers of tomorrow.
We have five licensed and 15 affiliated community health centers. In 2021, we invested $225 million in community benefits, which includes investments in our licensed health centers, programs to respond to needs identified in our community health needs assessments, and our system’s commitment to the Health Safety Net program. We have diverse community partnerships to support our residents.
A proud legacy behind us; a promising future ahead. With thousands of researchers, investigators, and clinical trials, Mass General Brigham is at the forefront of what comes next in medicine.
Patient safety and quality are at the core of our identity. We’re empowered by each other to bring the best practices to scale. We leverage research, technologies, and care models, along with qualified experts, to constantly improve our standard of care and patient experience.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion impact all parts of our work. We stand committed to building a diverse workforce to better meet the needs of all our patients. That means reflecting the communities we serve, learning from each other’s cultures, perspectives, lifestyles, and backgrounds, and creating a better care experience for all.
Applied medical education has always been an important part of our identity. And there’s a reason why recent health care graduates from all over the world come to train at Mass General Brigham. Our Harvard Medical School physicians, researchers, and faculty are ready to help the next generation become their best.