Learn more about the services and programs offered by the Department of Emergency Services.
The Center for Neurologic Emergencies is dedicated to improving the care of patients with potentially devastating neurological injuries.
The Division of Emergency Preparedness is dedicated to improving public health and health system capabilities in all four phases of emergency preparedness: planning, mitigation, response and recovery.
The mission of the Division of Global Health and Human Rights is to care for the world's most vulnerable by developing and facilitating health-care delivery, research, education, and capacity-building initiatives.
The mission of the Division of Emergency Ultrasound within the Department of Emergency Medicine is to promote the concept of point of care ultrasound as an aid in the diagnosis and care of patients. There is great potential for point of care ultrasound to positively impact a patient's experience and care.
The Program for MGH-Affiliated Simulation Training in Emergency Resuscitation (MASTER) provides a realistic training platform for providers across MGH.
The Pediatric Emergency Department (PED) at Mass General Hospital for Children is a distinct child and family-friendly unit within the general ED at Mass General.
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are integral to the provision of emergency medical care with the Emergency Department as the primary interface between the EMS system and hospital care system. The MGH Department of Emergency Medicine is committed to supporting the highest quality EMS care through direct medical oversight of EMS systems, as well as education, research and advocacy in EMS.
The Division of Wilderness Medicine provides expert care for patients where most physicians would have difficulty simply caring for themselves.