The Claire and John Bertucci Center for Genitourinary (GU) Cancers at Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center is one of the largest and most experienced centers in New England for the treatment of genitourinary cancers. Many of the advanced diagnostic and therapeutic approaches available here are offered at only a few other centers nationwide.

We offer comprehensive, multidisciplinary care for patients with cancers of the:

Multidisciplinary Patient Care

Each patient in our program is cared for by a multidisciplinary team of experts who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of genitourinary cancers, including medical oncologists, urologic surgeons, and radiation oncologists, as well as pathologists and radiologists. We work together with the patient and the referring physician throughout treatment to ensure the best possible outcomes.

We also offer a wide range of free educational programs and support services designed to address the physical, psychological and spiritual needs of patients and their families.

Innovative Approaches to Cancer Treatment

We lead the way in developing advanced imaging and diagnostic technologies and cancer therapies, including complex and minimally invasive surgical procedures and novel chemotherapy agents specifically designed to target individual cancers.


Contact Us

New Patients

(those who have not previously seen a doctor within the Mass General/Partners Healthcare Network)

Step 1. Obtain a medical record number (MRN).
Call the Mass General Registration & Referral Center to register as a patient and obtain an MRN: 866-211-6588.

Step 2. Call the Cancer Center new patient appointment line: 617-726-5130.
The schedulers can assist you in making the first available appointment with the appropriate physician. To help your call go smoothly, please have ready your:

  • Full name and date of birth
  • Medical record number
  • Medical diagnosis

Existing Patients

Call the Genitourinary Center scheduling line: 617-724-5197. They will connect you with your treatment team.

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