Learn more about the services and programs offered by the Department of Emergency Services at Massachusetts General Hospital.
The Center for Disaster Medicine (CDM) oversees all preparedness and emergency management efforts at Mass General.
The Center for Neurologic Emergencies is dedicated to improving the care of patients with potentially devastating neurological injuries.
The Center for Social Justice & Health Equity at Mass General is dedicated to the advancement of unbiased health care, social policy and practice among underserved populations.
The Center for Vascular Emergencies is dedicated to improving the care of patients with life threatening vascular diseases through coordinated educational and quality improvement initiatives.
The Division of Clinical Research in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital pursues a highly active research agenda.
The Division of Critical Care in the Department of Emergency Medicine works to improve outcomes for critically ill patients requiring emergency care.
The mission of the Division of Emergency Ultrasound within the Department of Emergency Medicine is to promote the concept of point of care ultrasound as an aid in the diagnosis and care of patients.
The Division of Geriatric Emergency Medicine in the Department of Emergency Medicine provides world-class compassionate care to older emergency department patients.
The Division for Mass General-Affiliated Simulation Training in Emergency Resuscitation (MASTER) provides a realistic training platform for providers across Mass General.
The Pediatric Emergency Department (PED) at Mass General Hospital for Children is a distinct child and family-friendly unit within the general ED at Mass General.
The Emergency Department’s Division of Wilderness Medicine provides expert care for patients where most physicians would have difficulty simply caring for themselves.
The Emergency Medicine Consulting (EMC) collaborative provides consulting services and health care market research opportunities for companies seeking feedback on existing or prospective medications, devices and services.
The Emergency Medicine Network's (EMNet) mission is to advance public health objectives through diverse projects in emergency care, particularly multicenter clinical research.
The Emergency Pharmacy Program consists of pharmacists who provide 24/7, in-person coverage of the Emergency Department to meet the needs of all patients. Pharmacists also serve an integral role in facilitating treatment of patients with opioid use disorder in conjunction with the Mass General Bridge Clinic.
The Global Health Innovation Laboratory was founded in 2008. Our major strategic goal is to marshal the experiences and resources of the Mass General community to create systemic change on global health issues.
The Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency (HAEMR) recruits top candidates, both nationally and internationally. Many residents come with developing interests in medical education and simulation, ultrasound, critical care medicine, wilderness medicine, public health and health policy, clinical operations and research and international medicine.
The Mass General Freedom Clinic provides free, trauma-informed, LGBTQ-friendly primary and preventative care for survivors of human trafficking, ages 13 years and older.
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are integral to the provision of emergency medical care with the Emergency Department as the primary interface between the EMS system and hospital care system.