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Touching the lives of children and their families ... today and tomorrow.
With more than 300 physicians, 50 medical specialties, 15 surgical services, and compassionate preventive and primary care, we are an invaluable resource for the healthcare needs of infants, children and adolescents. At MassGeneral Hospital for Children we have the expertise and experience as well as the state-of-the-art facilities and technologies to provide exceptional care for our patients.
Your gift to MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) will support our comprehensive, compassionate clinical care model, advance our innovative research and help us continue caring for underserved children and their families locally and around the world.
Volunteers at MGHfC are coordinated through the Mass General Volunteer Department. You can learn more about volunteer opportunities by visiting the Mass General Volunteer Department website or by contacting:Massachusetts General Hospital Volunteer DepartmentPhone: 617-726-8540Fax: 617-726-4434E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Granite State Quest is a bicycle ride across Southern New Hampshire to raise funds for the Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Program at MGHfC. To learn more the Granite State Quest, visit the event web page.
Donating blood or platelets is one of the easiest ways to make a difference in a pediatric patient's life. The actual process of giving blood takes approximately 30 minutes and can help as many as three patients. Learn more about the Mass General Blood Donor Center.
The Family Advisory Council is dedicated to the continuous development of a positive partnership among parents, children and staff to ensure the needs of children and families are met during their experience at MGHfC.Learn more about the Family Advisory Council and other opportunities.
You can show your support for MGHfC, share your story and stay connected to the latest news and events by visiting our Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages. Visit MGHfC’s online communities.
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