Mass General Brigham hospitals accept most major types of health insurance. Please see important information below this list about the information contained in these documents and when it's best to contact your own health insurer for questions.
Insurance taken, organized by hospital*
- Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Massachusetts General Hospital
- Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital
- Martha's Vineyard Hospital
- Mass Eye and Ear
- McLean Hospital
- Nantucket Cottage Hospital
- Newton-Wellesley Hospital
- Salem Hospital
- Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Boston
- Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Cape Cod
- Spaulding Hospital for Continuing Medical Care Cambridge
*We do not currently have insurance information for Cooley-Dickinson Hospital or Wentworth-Douglass Hospital.
Important information about insurances accepted
Always check with your own health insurance provider. You should always check with your own health insurance plan before getting care to make sure you understand your covered benefits and costs.
The insurance plans listed are accepted by Mass General Brigham hospitals and the physicians who work for our hospitals. There are also physicians who are affiliated with but do not work for our hospitals. These doctors may accept different insurances than our hospitals. To make sure your physician accepts your insurance, please check with their office before you schedule an appointment.
Many insurance plans are now considered “tiered” plans and have different levels of costs depending on where you go for care. The information found using the links above should be used as a reference, but it is important that you check with your own health insurance plan to see what level of coverage you will receive at a specific hospital. Even if you see your insurance plan listed, additional referrals or authorizations may be required. Some services may not be covered by your insurance coverage at every location. The level of coverage provided to you is determined by your insurer.
Also, many health insurance plans may use other companies to cover certain services, such as behavioral health (mental health) or transplant-related services. Please contact your health insurance plan or employer for your specific questions.
If your health insurance plan or product is not listed at the links above, please contact your insurance plan to find out for sure what coverage may be available to you.