Massachusetts

Massachusetts General Hospital



Massachusetts General Hospital is a full service general medical and surgical care hospital located in Boston. It is the largest hospital in New England and the third oldest hospital in the United States.

It is managed by the Partners HealthCare System and is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations. The hospital is also a member of the Council of Teaching Hospitals.

It has been serving the residents of Suffolk and its surrounding communities since 1811. The aim of the center is to provide quality health care to individuals and to the local and distant communities they serve.

This 893-bed hospital specializes in sophisticated diagnostic and therapeutic care in virtually every specialty and subspecialty of medicine and surgery. The hospital is also famous for conducting the largest hospital-based research program in United States.

Some of the key services offered are general intensive care, cardiac intensive care, cardiology, open heart surgery, neurology, pediatric intensive care, obstetrics, orthopedics and pediatric medical and surgical care. The treatments are carried out by a team of well qualified and highly professional staffs.

Community outreach programs such as health fairs and health screenings are also conducted.



Massachusetts General Hospital accepts both Medicare and Medicaid patients.

Address: 55 Fruit Street , Boston , Massachusetts General Hospital
State: Massachusetts
Phone: 617-726-2000
Email: cs.mgh@mgh.harvard.edu
URL: www.mgh.harvard.edu/
County: Suffolk
Number of Beds: 893
Total Staff : 0



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