How We Lead
Health Care Leaders in a Changing World
We lead with confidence and compassion. With open hearts and minds. And with a focus on keeping our patients at the center of everything we do.
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With thousands of researchers, investigators, and clinical trials, Mass General Brigham is at the forefront of what comes next.
When we’re empowered by more data, more knowledge, and information, we can better serve our patients and communities.
Your care comes first, whether it’s online, in your home, at our hospitals, physicians’ offices, health care centers, rehabilitation facilities, or urgent care clinics.
On the front line of innovation
It can take years of research and development to improve patient outcomes. Discover how Mass General Brigham uses research and innovation to develop therapeutics and technologies to advance medicine and patient outcomes.
Care across a lifespan
Your quality of care and safety come first. Learn how Mass General Brigham develops best practices and uses data to deliver excellence. Understanding how our programs and staff make delivering compassionate care to all patients a key aspect of what we do across their care journeys.
A hub of medical knowledge
Mass General Brigham is home to many Harvard-trained physicians, faculty, and researchers. Learn about our deep commitment to the pursuit of medical knowledge and to training the next generation of experts.
Every day, our researchers and trainees are transforming health, health care, and what it means to be a leading health care provider.
It’s always about our patients
The leaders and employees of Mass General Brigham are committed to everyone feeling safe, welcome, and heard. It’s our mission to do what is right for everyone who comes to us, and for the millions we’ll never see.
Following Genetic Clues to Enhance Preventive Care
Brigham and Women’s Hospital launched the Preventive Genomics Clinic, the world’s first academically affiliated clinical service of its kind. Preventive genomics uses a person’s genetic profile to reduce their risk of disease. The clinic builds upon two decades of Brigham and Women’s research supporting the use of DNA sequencing in day-to-day medical care.