Medical Imaging During COVID-19
We know you need medical imaging to get important care during this time. We are committed to safely imaging all of our patients with many different conditions, including those related to COVID-19.
Imaging Research at Mass General
Mass General is home to the largest hospital-based imaging research program in the country. At the Martinos Center, we use one of the most powerful brain scanners in the world to produce images for the Human Connectome Project.
Explore Mass General Imaging
Over 100 subspecialized radiologists together with imaging technologists, specially trained nurses, residents, fellows and support staff care for patients throughout the greater Boston area. By answering our patients' diagnostic questions, we help set the care direction in partnership with a vast network of world-class healthcare providers.
Bob McDonald, Lung Screening Patient
I feel more relaxed because I know that it was caught early... It’s not hanging over me like a cloud. And because of it, I intend to make the most of my life.
Over 900,000 diagnostic exams for inpatients and outpatients annually.
First Radiology Residency
Mass General started the first radiology residency in the US in 1915.
Women in Radiology
About 30% of our attending radiologists and our trainees are women, which is higher than the national averages in the US.
Are you looking for information about minimally-invasive, image-guided therapies? Contact Mass General about interventional radiology services.