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Integrated Care Specialties and Services

Learn more about the primary and specialty care available as well as information about diagnostic imaging and testing services offered by Mass General Brigham Integrated Care. 

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Primary care

LOCATIONS AVAILABLE: Burlington; Watertown; Salem, NH

Primary care provides routine and preventative care through regular checkups and immunizations. Primary care physicians, and other clinicians like nurse practitioners and physicians assistants, conduct annual physicals, administer immunizations, treat chronic and acute illnesses and help coordinate specialists for the treatment of chronic illness. Our primary care providers refer patients to specialists within Mass General Brigham system making access easy and coordinated. All our providers use the same electronic health record system enabling the team to effectively manage your care across the health care system.

Our internal medicine and family medicine clinicians offer routine preventative care for adults. You can schedule your annual physical or Medicare annual wellness visit and obtain referrals for your routine health screenings, such as mammography and colonoscopy. Our clinicians offer cardiovascular health, bone health, and reproductive health screenings. Our care teams are skilled at managing chronic diseases, such as high blood pressure and diabetes, and are also available for same-day visits for acute problems. We have access to world-class specialists should you need a referral for specialty care.

Our family medicine clinicians offer routine pediatric care, from the newborn stage through adolescence. Our team partners with parents, families, guardians and caregivers to provide the best care for children.  

You can schedule routine check-ups or sick visits, and we work to form treatment plans for children and their families when needed. 

We have access to a wide range of specialties, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and social work referrals, should your child need a referral.

Behavioral health

LOCATIONS AVAILABLE: Burlington; Watertown; Salem, NH

Mass General Brigham Integrated Care supports patients using a team-based approach to behavioral health management in the primary care setting. Our teams effectively aid patients with conditions including depression, anxiety, and substance use disorders. Interventions are anchored by evidence-based approaches including symptom monitoring, coaching, behavioral health activation, psycho-education, support with medication adherence, and psychiatric consultation.



Mass General Brigham Integrated Care’s gastroenterology services offer wide-ranging clinical expertise to diagnose and treat a wide range of stomach and intestinal issues. We provide you with expert care in treating abdominal pain, gallstones, ulcers, abnormal bowel movements, heartburn, indigestion, hepatitis and diseases of the liver, pancreas and gallbladder. We also perform screenings for colorectal cancer.






Mass General Brigham Integrated Care orthopedic services specialize in the treatment of the musculoskeletal system, including your muscles, bones, joints, ligaments, and tendons. Our orthopedic specialists provide the highest quality care to our patients and include board-certified doctors from a wide range of specialties including:

  • General orthopedic care
  • Hand and upper extremity 
  • Joint replacement 
  • Sports medicine

Pain Management


Pain management services specialize in the diagnosis and management of various painful conditions.  At Integrated Care in Salem, NH, a board certified pain physician will evaluate and investigate the source of your pain, and will discuss a plan to best manage and treat your pain. Depending on the source of your pain, a number of different options may be provided to help investigate and treat your pain, some of which include state-of-the-art imaging, the most advanced nerve blocks or injections, or personalized physical therapy.  Your treatment plan will be designed for your particular condition and with your specific needs in mind.



Mass General Brigham Integrated Care’s rehabilitation services provide physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy to patients who have lost movement, function or abilities due to disease or injury. Depending on your need, care may be provided by a single therapist or a team of physicians and rehabilitation professionals who develop a treatment plan tailored to your abilities and goals. Our objective is to help you regain the skills you need to be independent and live life to the fullest.



The Mass General Brigham Integrated Care Ambulatory Surgery Center is a state-of-the-art facility that offers a wide range of surgical procedures, including general orthopedics, sports, shoulder, hand, ophthalmology, pain, ENT and endoscopies. All of our surgeons and anesthesia staff are board certified, are part of Mass General Brigham and participate in peer review programs to assure all patients receive top quality care. Our Surgery Center layout is designed so it is easy to navigate, comfortable and provides a great experience for our patients and their companions.

Diagnostic testing and procedures


At Mass General Brigham Salem we offer colorectal screening to our patients. Colonoscopy is a diagnostic procedure that allows the physician to examine the entire length of the large intestine. Colonoscopy can assist in identifying problems with the colon, such as early signs of cancer, inflamed tissue, ulcers, and bleeding. Colonoscopy is also used to screen for colorectal cancer, the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the US and the fourth most common cancer in men and women. Patients often don’t feel any symptoms during the early stages of colon cancer, but the colonoscopy can provide your doctor with visual evidence.

During the procedure a thin, flexible, lighted tube, called a colonoscope, is placed into the rectum and colon. In addition to allowing visualization of the internal colon, the colonoscope enables the physician to irrigate, suction, inject air, and access the bowel with surgical instruments. During a colonoscopy, the physician may remove tissue and/or polyps for further examination and possibly treat any problems that are discovered.

Other related procedures that may be used to assess problems of the colon include abdominal x-ray, computed tomography (CT scan) of the abdomen, abdominal ultrasound, barium enema, and sigmoidoscopy. 

Diagnostic imaging


Specialty services coming soon

LOCATIONS AVAILABLE: scheduling for Salem, NH