Department of Medicine Initiatives
Since 1811, the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Medicine has been committed to providing excellent and innovative programming for our patients, faculty and residents.
The James Jackson Society is the Department of Medicine’s alumni organization, working to create beneficial engagement between current and past members of the Internal Medicine Residency Program.
The Medicine Innovation Program (MIP) provides an opportunity for members of the Department of Medicine to share innovations in health care delivery.
The Morton N. Swartz, MD Initiative’s aim is to support health caregivers throughout the continuum of their careers, changing the culture of medicine to allow future generations to thrive.
The Pathways Consult Service aims to discover new insights into the unifying mechanisms and underlying biology of disease through the close examination of a single patient with unexplained symptoms.
The WIMTC brings together trainees and faculty, across medical specialties to address the needs of female and female-identifying residents and fellows in the Department of Medicine.
About the Department of Medicine
The Department of Medicine at Mass General offers innovative, high-quality medical care, trains future medical leaders, and produces research that advances science and improves care.