With over 700 practicing physicians, the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Medicine is composed of internists who provide general medical and primary care and subspecialists who provide nonsurgical specialty care in following areas:
- Endocrine Division
- Infectious Disease
- Laboratory of Molecular Medicine
- Nephrology (Renal)
- Palliative Care
- Primary Care
- Pulmonary & Critical Care
- Rheumatology, Allergy & Immunology
- The John D. Stoeckle Center for Primary Care Innovation
For information about the Division of Hematology/Oncology, visit the Cancer Center.
Although the Department of Medicine cherishes its past accomplishments – among its graduates are five Nobel laureates in Medicine, as well as many leaders in academic medicine, research, healthcare organizations, government and industry – our primary mission is to care for today’s patient with state-of-the-art practice, educate the medical leaders of tomorrow and unravel medicine’s mysteries through clinical and basic research.
The hallmark of education in the Department of Medicine is residency and fellowship training. In addition to our 13 Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) accredited residency and fellowship programs, our department offers considerable opportunity for educational and professional enrichment.
Massachusetts General Hospital is recognized as a leader in patient care, education and research, ranking among the most prestigious medical institutions.
Mass General ensures that our patients receive the highest quality and safest care possible. Learn about our performance, our improvement goals and how we compare to other institutions.