As a place of healing, Mass General leaders call on us all to combat hatred and xenophobia and discrimination of all kinds.
Mass General President Peter L. Slavin, MD, says the hospital’s staff is more prepared and determined than ever as it prepares to care for a surge of patients with COVID-19.
Mass General’s president says the name Mass General Brigham more clearly – and more accurately – reflects a system built, shaped and defined by two extraordinary academic medical centers.
Jonathan Kraft will succeed Cathy Minehan as chair of the Mass General Board of Trustees, and Carl Martignetti and Diane Patrick are elected vice chairs.
Mass General’s plans to construct a new building mark a significant step in a two-centuries-old march of campus revitalization and renewal.
The MGH Center for Gun Violence Prevention will focus on reducing injuries and deaths related to firearms and promoting safety in the home and in the community.
Mass General President Peter L. Slavin, MD, says the hospital’s scientists and clinicians work together to ensure that research informs care and vice versa.
Mass General President Peter L. Slavin, MD, says that, as an organization committed to heal, prevent injuries and promote good health, Mass General should be part of the national dialogue on the national epidemic of gun violence.
When it comes to excellence, the MGH covers all four bases, winning national awards in the four areas of its mission: patient care, research, teaching and community health.
U.S. News and World Report has named Mass General the #1 hospital in its national survey. MGH President Peter L. Slavin, MD, says being the best for patients and families is the hospital’s goal.