Partners HealthCare is an integrated, non-profit health system founded by Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. In addition to its two academic medical centers, the Partners system includes community and specialty hospitals, a managed care organization, community health centers, a physician network, home health and long-term care services, and other health-related entities. Partners is one of the nation’s leading biomedical research organizations and a principal teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School.
Partners is committed to serving the community. We are dedicated to enhancing patient care, teaching and research, and to taking a leadership role as an integrated health care system. We recognize that increasing value and continuously improving quality are essential to maintaining excellence.
To dedicate ourselves to the delivery of superior care that is patient- and family-centered, accessible, and equitable.
- To provide a coordinated, cost-efficient, and transparent care model that will benefit patients across the continuum from prevention to long-term.
- To touch the communities we serve, local or global, with sustainable improvements in the care we provide with a keen focus on underserved populations.
- To lead in research that fosters collaboration, bringing discovery to the patient’s bedside, and sharing those successes with the world so future generations may benefit.
- To invest in education and training to nurture the next generation of leaders who can carry forward the lessons learned.
- To promote the development of our workforce by creating opportunities for achievement and advancement.
- To seek ways to deliver the highest quality health care to all.