Improving lives with safe, high-quality equitable care across the continuum
No matter what kind of care you need, our goal is to ensure it is safe, high-quality, accessible, and delivered with a positive experience.
Mass General Brigham offers care for every part of the patient journey. We provide care online, in your home, and at our hospitals, physicians’ offices, healthcare centers, rehabilitation facilities, and urgent care clinics.
Comfort, support, and cheer your patient.
The best care is right here
Mass General Brigham is proud of the strong reputation of our member institutions. Massachusetts General Hospital was ranked #5 in the most recent U.S. News & World Report list of America’s Best Hospitals, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital ranked #14. Our other entity rankings include:
- McLean Hospital ranked #2 in the nation for psychiatry
- Mass. Eye and Ear ranked #2 for ear, nose, and throat care and #4 for ophthalmology
- Spaulding Rehabilitation ranked #3 for rehabilitation
- Newton-Wellesley Hospital ranked #7 in the Boston area and # 9 in Massachusetts
A Face Transplant First, A Milestone in Care Equity
At Mass General Brigham, we continue to support health equity and innovation. Robert Chelsea is the first Black patient to receive a full face transplant at Brigham and Women's Hospital.
An open, welcoming environment for all
Diversity, equity, and inclusion make us stronger. When all voices are heard and ideas are valued, we can all grow as a community.
Through our workforce development program, more than 600 people have graduated with health care training and a career at our hospitals.
Having played a role in the first-in-the-nation task force to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities, we continue make strides in care equity. We employ many efforts across the system to make all feel welcome:
- Hiring a diverse workforce to reflect the communities we serve
- Working hard across all areas to become culturally competent
- Improving partnerships in our surrounding communities
- Finding areas for improvement and making changes
Care in the LGBTQ+ community
In July 2018, Mass General Hospital launched its Transgender Health Program, an effort to create a safe and inclusive environment for transgender patients and their families. Josue D. Espinoza, MHA, (left) leads this program and other clinical practices and is a leader for LGBTQ+ health initiatives at Mass General Hospital.
Mass General Brigham has consistently been the recipient of the LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leader, awarded by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
Driven by compassion and collaboration
On-the-ground physicians and nurses. Social workers and community health workers. Recovery coaches and behavioral health support specialists. These are some of the faces you’ll meet on our Population Health team. Discover how they work to bring better health for the good of all by focusing on the needs of individuals.