Surgical Outcomes for the Brain
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With the resources below, learn more about Mass General's approach to treating a variety of conditions of the brain and what to expect when you come to Mass General for care.
The Department of Neurosurgery at Mass General performs more than 4,300 procedures each year, safely removing tumors considered inoperable by other hospitals.
The Stephen E. and Catherine Pappas Center for Neuro-Oncology offers the most advanced care for patients with brain tumors and nervous system tumors.
Mass General Neuroscience brings together the nationally ranked Departments of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, to advance medical breakthroughs to our patients’ throughout their lives.
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COMPASS is committed to ensuring that surgical data is transparent and accessible for all patients as they make important health decisions.
#1 Research Hospital in America
Mass General is the #1 Research Hospital in America and the only hospital to be recognized in all 16 specialties assessed by U.S. News & World Report.
Our Commitment to Quality & Safety
We work hard to provide our patients with the highest quality care possible. Learn about our performance and how we compare to other institutions.
Strengthening patient care through measurement & analysis of surgical outcomes and data
The Center for Outcomes and Patient Safety in Surgery (COMPASS) combines clinical collaboration and data to ensure, amongst all surgical and procedural colleagues, the safest, most appropriate and effective and highest quality procedure for every patient, every time.