The Mass General Imaging Team
Mass General Imaging is one of the largest departments at Massachusetts General Hospital. We scan hundreds of thousands of patients each year to help them get the care they need. Our team of diverse radiologists, nurses, technologists and care coordinators looks for every opportunity to understand and help our patients from a wide range of backgrounds.
Our department ensures everyone from patients to staff members feels connected, valued and engaged.
The History of Medical Imaging
The evolution of imaging is our past and our future.
Since inventing the first X-ray machine for medical use in 1896, we have pioneered new technologies and techniques as the world’s largest hospital-based imaging research facility. Today, our labs are developing powerful new ways to look inside the human body.
Patients as Partners
All patients are welcome at Mass General.
We Value You
Our community of physicians, trainees, technologists, nurses and administrators is dedicated to addressing long-standing inequities in health and healthcare and advancement of our workforce through collaboration, personal and professional enrichment, mentorship and support.
We want to understand all of our patients to help them feel welcome. They share their stories and we answer their questions. We work with our patients as partners, giving them and their doctors the information needed to make the care decisions right for them.
James A. Brink, MD
The evolution of medical imaging is our heritage and our future. To that end, we commit ourselves to constant innovation and improvement. I am privileged to lead a group of people who embody a tradition of such high performance.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee
The DE&I Committee is organized into four subcommittees, which span across all aspects of the service and practice of radiology.
First Radiology Residency
Mass General started the first radiology residency in the US in 1915.
The Department of Radiology is one of the world's largest hospital-based imaging research facilities with over 700 researchers.
Our radiologists are active members and fellows of multiple professional organizations where many hold leadership positions.
Radiology Professional Services
The Department of Radiology offers a wide range of professional services for healthcare providers and researchers including radiology practice services, 3D imaging and imaging for clinical trials.