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Sean M. Healey & AMG Center for ALS
ALS research at Mass General
At the ALS Multidisciplinary Clinic in the Healey Center for ALS at Mass General, we care for people with ALS, providing individualized, patient-centered care and offering access to experimental therapies through clinical trials and expanded access programs. We are committed to care innovation. Through partnerships with our patients, we have steadily diversified and expanded our multidisciplinary care team.
The ALS Clinic provides neuromuscular diagnostic services including, MRI, lab tests, and Electromyography.
For those interested in participating in an ALS clinical trial, our staff are trained to help you fully understand what it means to participate in a clinical trial.
Mass General ALS experts believe the new ALS House Call Program will help to change the course of medical care planning and improve outcomes for people with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.
The MGH Telehealth program provides coordinated care to patients and families through virtual technology including: phone, video, text, email, mobile applications and remote monitoring. This allows our clinicians to interact with patients in a way that is most convenient and best suited to the patient's medical needs.
Patients are provided with individualized care plans for disease and symptom management.
Pulmonary specialists provide interventions help to minimize respiratory distress and fatigue that are symptoms of ALS.
Through the multidisciplinary approach, the Clinic coordinates care plans with resources, clinicians, and support systems located in our patients' communities.
The ALS PACT Program provides parent guidance to support parents in addressing the illness-related challenges faced by their children and adolescents.