Massachusetts General Hospital, Partners HealthCare – Harvard Medical School

CoE-Pic-UMassNNDC Board Member:

Jonathan E. Alpert, MD, PhD

The Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Psychiatry includes more than 600 affiliated psychiatrists and psychologists who provide state-of-the-art assessment and care for adults and children with mental health disorders.  Clinical services include an outpatient clinic; specialty clinics for depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, schizophrenia, autism, and eating disorders; addiction management services, including intensive case management and care for adolescents and young adults; two large child psychiatry services; an adult ADHD clinic; two neuropsychological assessments units; an urgent care program; and a 24-bed medical psychiatry inpatient unit.  The Department has the largest clinical research program in the hospital, with ground-breaking studies in neuroscience, genetics, and the assessment of new and established treatments for mental health disorders. The Department of Psychiatry has earned the #1 ranking in psychiatry in the U.S. News & World Report annual survey “America’s Best Hospitals” for fourteen consecutive years. Massachusetts General Hospital is an affiliate of McLean Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital which are members of the Partners HealthCare System, Inc., this allows for comprehensive coordination of medical and psychiatric services.

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