Partners hospitals are collaborating to provide the highest quality of care and access to its patient and physician community. There are a growing number of departments and programs where our hospitals are working together.
Pooling the resources and talents available throughout the Partners system enhances the services and programs we provide. We invite you to learn more about clinical collaborations within the Partners network.
The Partners Multiple Sclerosis Center is a leading institution in multiple sclerosis, providing comprehensive patient care, innovative technology, and ongoing clinical research trials.
The Partners Asthma Center is a collaboration among allergists and pulmonologists to provide comprehensive, multidisciplinary care for adults and children with asthma and related diseases.
The Partners Virtual Diabetes Center provides clinical guidelines, educational materials, and links to Partners hospitals and regional offices where you can refer your patients.
Since 1996, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the founding members of the Partners HealthCare System, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital, have collaborated on clinical research and fellowship training through Dana-Farber/Partners Cancer Care.
The Partners HealthCare Skilled Nursing Facility Collaborative is a group of skilled nursing facilities that have been identified by Partners as meeting specific standards for quality of care.