With your support the Mass General Emergency Department can care for patients who need immediate medical attention, including providing general emergency care, trauma care and pediatric care. Make a gift today!

The Mass General Department of Emergency Medicine cares for patients who need immediate medical attention 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  Working as a team, the nurses and physicians help patients and their loved ones cope with illness or injury. Support the the Department of Emergency Medicine today.

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Make a Gift to The Department of Emergency Medicine

Help the Department of Emergency Medicine care for patients who need immediate medical attention 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Make a gift today

Support the Department of Emergency Medicine

There are many ways to support the Mass General Department of Emergency Medicine:

Donations may also be mailed to:
Support the Department of Emergency Medicine
Mass General Development Office
165 Cambridge Street, Suite 600
Boston, MA 02114
Please make checks payable to Massachusetts General Hospital and include "Department of Emergency Medicine" in the memo area

Support us today. Contact Krista McCabe in the Mass General Development Office to get started or to learn about other ways to support the Department of Emergency Medicine.

The Campaign for the Third Century of MGH Medicine

For nearly 200 years, people have looked to Mass General for answers, innovations and unmatched medical leadership. The Campaign for the Third Century will ensure our ability to always deliver the world's most scientifically advanced medicine with the deepest compassion for patients here and across the globe. When you support our campaign you can support the Department of Emergency Medicine. Learn more about our campaign

Frank's Story

Frank Robinson

Frank Robinson is a middle-aged man who one day experienced a massive coronary failure. Thanks to care in the Department of Emergency Medicine and sucessful surgery and follow-up care from physicians at the Mass General Heart Center and the Mass General Vacular Center, Frank was able to live. See this incredible story