Massachusetts General Hospital works to provide care in all corners of the world – locally, nationally and globally – by partnering with underserved communities to build, improve and sustain health care delivery and healthier communities.
The Center for Global Health at Massachusetts General Hospital works to improve the care of the world’s most vulnerable populations through health care delivery, research and education.
The Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Community Health Improvement works together with underserved communities, offering more than 35 partnerships and programs designed to build and sustain healthier communities.
Community Health Associates, a program of Massachusetts General Hospital, delivers comprehensive, high-quality primary and preventative community health services to low-income, underinsured and underserved populations in the Back Bay, Charlestown, Chelsea, Everett and Revere.
The Disparity Solutions Center at Massachusetts General Hospital is dedicated to eliminating racial and ethnic disparities in health care by moving beyond research to advance policy and practice.
The Lunder-Dineen Health Education Alliance of Maine, in collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital, is an organization that develops and disseminates high-quality, evidence-based health education to health professionals and citizens in Maine.
Massachusetts General Hospital is recognized as a leader in patient care, education and research, ranking among the most prestigious medical institutions.
Eighty-nine percent of inpatients would definitely recommend Massachusetts General Hospital to friends and family, compared with a national average of 67 percent.
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