The Behavioral Medicine Service includes clinical, research, and training activities that focus on the intersection of psychology and health.
The Behavioral Medicine Service (BMED) was founded by Dr. Steven A. Safren in 2004 with an integrative emphasis on providing specialized help to patients suffering from both a medical condition and mental health illness.
Our services include clinical, research, and training activities that focus on the intersection of psychology and health. Treatment programs and research emphasizes validated, state-of-the art, empirically-informed cognitive-behavioral interventions.
The BMED Service collaborates closely with other medical departments within the MGH including:
- Cancer Center
- Diabetes Center
- Epilepsy Service
- Infectious Disease Unit
- Orthopedics Hand & Upper Extremity Services
- Weight Center
Behavioral Medicine Service
One Bowdoin Sq., 7th Floor;
Boston, MA 02114
Phone: MGH Psychiatry Outpatient Triage Line: 617-724-7792
(Request referral to Behavioral Medicine)
U.S. News & World Report ranks Mass General psychiatry second among U.S. hospitals.
When you support the Department of Psychiatry, you are making a significant contribution to advancing care at the hospital.
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