Transforming healthcare globally. Together.
Partners HealthCare International® (PHI) is the academically-based global arm of Partners HealthCare, one of the leading non-profit health care systems in the U.S. Partners HealthCare was founded by Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, the two oldest and largest teaching hospitals of Harvard Medical School. We have partnered with health care systems and health-related academic institutions in more than 40 countries focusing on co-developing custom solutions to effect sustainable change, so that communities across the globe have access to an ever higher standard of care.
Insights from our Thought Leaders
“PHI does not believe in exporting its model. We believe in taking our model and the benchmarks that we’ve learned over the years, taking those experiences that we’ve had, and translating them into a new model that fits the local culture, environment and resources”
- H. Thomas Aretz, MD
Vice President, Global Programs
“PHI is a conduit to the expertise of one of the most successful integrated academic medical systems in the world. Whether you are a patient coming for surgery or a hospital organization trying to figure out how to start a new cardiac program, we have specialists in those areas”
- Edwin McCarthy, MS, MPA
Vice President, International Patient Services
- MGH Nurses Across Departments Guide Nursing Leadership Exchange Program in Qatar
- Partner Alfaisal University Recognizes Medical Students On Topping Nationwide Progress Test
- MGH Burns Center Assists in Relocation of Burns Unit at Hamad Medical Corporation in Qatar
- Apply Now for the 2014 Program for Post-Graduate Trainees
Healthcare in High Growth Emerging Markets & Developing Economies
Read a white paper written by PHI leadership and management on the transformation of healthcare in high growth, emerging regions of the world. The paper was published in the May 2014 periodical from Hitachi Research Institute, a corporation-funded think tank based in Tokyo.