The Department of Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital provides multidisciplinary, comprehensive, and innovative clinical services from primary care to all of the medical specialties. Our internal medicine physicians serve as primary care physicians for adult patients. They provide a wide range of nonsurgical health care services, including physical examinations, preventive screenings and immunizations, urgent care for medical conditions, and referrals to surgical specialists when appropriate.
Mass General Hospital's Allergy Associates provides state-of-the-art care to patients with all major types of allergic and immunology disorders.
The Cardiology Division at Massachusetts General Hospital provides advanced treatments for both commonly encountered, as well as complex, heart conditions.
The Diabetes Clinical Center at Mass General Hospital is one of the largest and oldest clinical and academic centers dedicated to the treatment and investigation of diabetes and its complications.
The Mass General Hospital Down Syndrome Program provides state-of-the-art care by a multidisciplinary team of providers for people with Down syndrome of all ages.
The Endocrine Division at Massachusetts General Hospital offers a comprehensive integrated program of clinical services for both primary and tertiary care of adults with endocrine disorders.
The Endocrine Unit at Mass General provides leading-edge care for a range of thyroid, hormonal and metabolic bone diseases, including osteoporosis.
The Division of Gastroenterology offers comprehensive, coordinated care for patients with digestive and liver diseases.
The Geriatric Inpatient Fracture Service (GiFTS) helps care for patients 65 years and older who are hospitalized because of orthopaedic injuries. Physicians from the Geriatric Medicine Unit work closely with physicians from the Orthopaedic Trauma Service along with staff from Nursing, Anesthesia, Physical Therapy, and Nutrition and Food Services to help patients avoid complications following surgery address underlying medical needs, strengthen overall health and provide patient and family-centered education.
The Mass General Geriatric Medicine Unit provides consultation services and office-based primary care physicians for adults over the age of 65.
Massachusetts General Hospital's Division of Infectious Diseases provides a wide variety of outpatient and inpatient clinical services, conducts basic, translational and clinical research and has an ACGME-certified fellowship training program in the subspecialty of Infectious Diseases.
The Nephrology Division at Massachusetts General Hospital is a leading provider of services for patients with kidney disease, including diagnosis and management of kidney diseases and medical management of renal transplantation.
The Neuroendocrine Clinical Center provides outpatient care with a multidisciplinary approach to patients with pituitary and hypothalamic disorders.
For over two decades, the Massachusetts General Hospital Neuroendocrine Clinical Center has provided a multidisciplinary approach to patients with pituitary and hypothalamic disorders.
Palliative Care is a specialty that helps patients and their families live as well and as fully as possible when faced by a serious illness.
Our division provides comprehensive care for the full range of respiratory conditions and diseases.
The Reproductive Endocrine Unit of the Department of Medicine was established in 1984 to provide a venue for the investigational, teaching and clinical activities of this rapidly expanding section of the Endocrine Division. Building on the MGH’s long-standing record of outstanding reproductive research dating back to the time of Fuller Albright, this Unit expanded upon this tradition via the programs of its Unit Chief, Dr. William Crowley.
Mass General's Rheumatology Unit provides cutting-edge treatment and transformative care to patients with rheumatic disease and autoimmune conditions.
The John D. Stoeckle Center for Primary Care Innovation is devoted to revitalizing and redesigning the delivery of primary care.
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The Celiac Disease Program at Massachusetts General Hospital brings together a multidisciplinary team of experts that collaborate with patients with celiac disease to co-create health.
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