Mass General Brigham continues a long tradition of educating the next generation of physicians, many of whom play leadership roles in all areas of medicine and health care. We have nearly 2,500 residents and fellows in 300 programs, benefiting from an outstanding faculty and staff, a diverse group of local and international patients, and state-of-the art facilities and technology.
Mass General Brigham trains physicians in nearly all specialties and sub-specialties where they receive a rare and rich educational experience.
Our integrated network of academic medical centers, community hospitals, specialty hospitals, health care centers, and primary care practices, include the following institutions:
A graduate school focused exclusively on the health professions, the MGH Institute of Health Professions prepares practitioners to lead the next generation of interprofessional, compassionate care for a diverse society, through forward-thinking programs, innovative clinical practice, and ground-breaking research. Programs include nursing, communication sciences, genetic counseling, health professions education, occupational therapy, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, and rehabilitation.
The Mass General Brigham Alumni Association is a community of clinicians who share the experience of having completed medical training through any Mass General Brigham Graduate Medical Education program or a postdoctoral appointment. The Alumni Association provides education and mentorship opportunities for Mass General Brigham alumni to help advance patient care across the communities they serve.