Integrated Health Care System
A unique collaboration across a spectrum of care.
From the hospital to home, our integrated health system offers high-quality care in every part of the health journey. We leverage our expertise, compassion, and resources across our organizations to better serve you.
Working together to do the remarkable
At Mass General Brigham, our patients come first. Whether it’s primary care or specialty care, Mass General Brigham meets patients’ needs, whatever they may be. Together, we form a single and powerful system of health care.
When we combine our resources and talents, we can have the greatest impact for patients and the communities we serve.
Discover the ways we improve your care.
Revolutionizing the EHR
The EHR, or electronic health record, is one of the most important virtual documents for any single patient. Mass General Brigham was one of the first in the nation to use it. Here, our goal is to keep your medical history in one electronic health record across the system and throughout your lifetime.
One EHR saves time and hassle. It allows doctors, nurses, and other caregivers to easily access your medical history. It provides efficiency, stronger communication, and better, safer care for you at every touchpoint. And you can access yours at any time.
Working together to get you the right care
Get access to the most specialized specialists in health care, whether you’re local, from around the country, or from anywhere in the world. Here you’ll find expert physicians across every medical field, whether it’s for behavioral health, cancer, cardiology, neurology, orthopedics, or for diseases rarely seen. An integrated and open form of collaboration across our organization gives you access to the right health care provider at the right place.
Facing crisis, meeting demand
Upon the outbreak of COVID-19, it became clear that some communities were hit harder than others. Our team acted fast by setting up free testing sites, offering information in multiple languages, delivering over 330,000 care kits that included hand sanitizer, soap, and masks.
Photo credit for first photo on page: Dr. James Rathmell