The Massachusetts General Hospital Transplant Center is recognized both nationally and internationally for revolutionizing transplant medicine for patients around the globe.
U.S. News & World Report ranks Mass General #2 in the nation and #1 in New England based on our quality of care, patient safety and reputation in 16 clinical specialties.
Magnet award-winning nurses are a central part of the Transplant Center team and offer compassion, understanding and skill to every transplant patient. Magnet designation represents the highest honor available for nursing excellence and is achieved by fewer than 7% of hospitals in the United States.
Mass General has been designated as a “Top Hospital” for patient safety and health care quality practices by The Leapfrog Group, whose quality and safety survey is an important measure of a hospital’s commitment to patients’ well being.
The Transplant Center was recognized by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for its outstanding achievements in organ donation, including a donation rate of 75 percent or more of eligible donors.
The Transplant Center's patient education booklet, "Transplantation: What Do I Need to Know?" won a National Health Information Award. This award is organized by the Health Information Resource Center (HIRC) and recognizes outstanding consumer health information and programs.
Part of the largest teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, the Transplant Center trains residents, fellows and current providers in innovative therapies every year.
When you support the Transplant Center, you are making a significant contribution to advancing care at the hospital.