Partners HealthCare is a not-for-profit, integrated health care system made up of institutions and professionals that work together to provide high quality and comprehensive patient care.
Founded by Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) – two of the nation’s leading academic medical centers –Partners HealthCare benefits patients by being more than the sum of its parts.
Based in Boston, Partners offers patient care from the North Shore to the Cape and Islands, providing a range of services, including primary, specialty, and acute care, mental health, rehabilitation and home care. As a system, Partners works to advance patient care by encouraging collaboration between its institutions, and through its commitment to bringing together patient care, research, and teaching.
The research and teaching done at BWH and MGH are key to their roles as leaders in the ongoing advancement of health care. Our care services extend far beyond the doctor’s office or the hospital bed – Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Network, ranked in the US News & World Report’s "Best Hospital" survey since 1995, is one of the nation’s largest rehabilitation facilities. McLean Hospital, a teaching facility of Harvard Medical School, is a leader in mental illness and chemical dependency treatment and research.
Our services are available to patients all over the world, and to those right in our backyard. We invite you to learn about the services offered by our member institutions, as well as about performance and quality measurement and results at Partners.
To explore the full range of care we offer, visit our interactive Patient Care for Every Need module.
If you are a MassHealth patient who received information about the One Care program, find more information about Partners and One Care.
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