Massachusetts General Hospital

About Massachusetts General Hospital

Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) was established to provide care to Boston's sick, regardless of socioeconomic status, and became the first teaching hospital of Harvard University's new medical school. We have remained at the forefront of medicine by fostering a culture of collaboration and education, pushing the boundaries of medical research, and maintaining an unwavering commitment to the diverse community we were created to serve. We believe that because of diversity we excel, through inclusion we respect our community, and with a keen focus on equity we serve, heal, educate and innovate at the highest levels. Our first priority is the well-being of our patients—near and far. As a team we are able to maintain a singular focus on providing the highest quality, most compassionate care to each and every patient.

MGH Primary Care, as part of MGH, is an integrated network of academic urban, suburban and community health center-based practices.

We deliver evidence-based, high quality medicine as a team of interdisciplinary healthcare providers. We practice medicine in an environment of mutual respect, dignity and compassion in the communities where our patients live and work. It is our joy and privilege to care for all patients, regardless of race, age, gender or ability to pay. We aim to promote wellness, manage chronic disease, and promptly diagnose and treat illness in collaboration with our fellow specialist providers.

We strive to enhance the patient experience through innovation in patient engagement, population health, and care coordination. We mentor and develop the next generation of health professionals and promote the advancement of research. We value and support all members of our team who are our greatest asset and strength.


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October 2022 Boston, MA
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