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The Behavioral Medicine Services at the Center for Pain Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital offer comprehensive assessment and behavioral treatments to patients dealing with chronic pain and related conditions.Refer a patient (PDF)
Call for more information: 617-726-8810
Pediatric Patients Only
The Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine at MassGeneral Hospital for Children provides outstanding primary care and consultative care to adolescents and young adults.
To schedule an appointment with an adolescent medicine specialist, please call: 617-643-1201
For other pediatric specialties, please call: 888-644-3248.
The pediatric neuropsychology specialists at Massachusetts General Hospital’s Psychology Assessment Center provide neuropsychological assessments to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological, medical, genetic and developmental disorders.
For more information, please call: 617-643-3997
Community Health Needs Assessment Influences Leading Clinical Priority of Hospital Strategic Plan - 7/20/2015, Mass General
The most recent community health needs assessment required by the ACA led the MGH to knit together community-based efforts to promote health and prevent disease with clinical initiatives to manage care.
Mass General’s Response to the Opioid Epidemic - 6/16/2015, Mass General
Mass General Hospital is on the front lines of the opioid epidemic. The MGH Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) program goal is to have substance use disorders addressed along all levels of health impact; from primary community-based prevention to early intervention and treatment to chronic disease management.
Tackling substance misuse - 6/12/2015, Mass General
Former U.S. Drug Enforcement Agent Bob Stutman addressed the Charlestown community last month to educate parents and provide them with strategies to reduce substance use and misuse by their children.
Kit available for opioid overdoses - 10/3/2014, Mass General
To help prevent opioid overdose deaths, any MGH patient now can request intranasal Naloxone without a prescription at the MGH Outpatient Pharmacy in Boston or Revere.
Adolescents Benefit From Attending 12-Step Meetings - 4/16/2012, Clinical
Adolescents Benefit From Attending 12-Step Meetings, according to study led by MGH psychologist John F. Kelly
Dr. John Kelly at Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Coalition
Dr. John Kelly discusses prescription drug abuse prevention at a seminar run by the Norfolk County Prevention Coalition