MassGeneral Hospital for Children
Pediatric Care During COVID-19
Our dedicated physicians, nurses and staff are committed to providing the best possible specialty care—safely and effectively. We have taken unprecedented steps to ensure that your visit will be welcoming and safe. Your health is our top priority.
Committed to Safe Care: Coming to the Hospital for Outpatient Care
COVID-19 has changed how each of us interacts with the outside world, including healthcare. We are ready to care for your children, whatever their health care needs may be. Learn more about the unprecedented steps we’ve taken to ensure that our patients and community are safe when coming to MGHfC.
Committed to Safe Care: Surgical Procedures and Inpatient Care
COVID-19 has changed how each of us interacts with the outside world, including healthcare. Learn more about the steps we’ve taken to ensure the safety of our patients and community in our MGHfC operating rooms, therapies and tests, and inpatient wards.
Jesse Such, father of patient Emilio
MGHfC is honest and experienced with their treatments, and they are passionate about helping to provide families with a good quality of life. It's a place to provide hope, which is just what they gave us.
Finding the Real Jett: His Family's Story
On the outside, Jett looked like any other preschooler, but internally he was tormented, flying into violent rages where he attempted to harm himself and others. He and his family found answers at the Pediatric Bipolar Disorder Clinical and Research Program at MassGeneral Hospital for Children.
Schedule a Virtual or Telephone Visit
Care teams across MassGeneral Hospital for Children are available to provide care via phone or online video visits. Call 888-644-3248 to learn more.
Our Safe Care Commitment
Learn about the unprecedented steps MassGeneral Hospital for Children has taken to ensure that we are welcoming and safe for all medical care.
COVID-19 Resources for Families
Articles and Q&As from providers across MGHfC on how to take care of your children and yourself during the COVID-19 pandemic.