More than 250 Brigham physicians were recognized on Boston Magazine's 2020 list of "Top Doctors." These physicians, who span 42 different specialties, are exemplary leaders in their respective fields.
From coughs, colds and the flu to cuts, burns and broken bones, our Urgent Care Centers provide non-emergency, walk-in care to adults and children, and serve as a convenient and affordable option to our patients.
In order to promote healthy movement and improved cardiovascular health, Apple is collaborating with Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the American Heart Association on a comprehensive study of how heart rate and mobility signals — like walking pace and flights of stairs climbed — relate to hospitalizations, falls, heart health and quality of life.
In July, during a 16-hour surgery that included a team of over 45 physicians, nurses, anesthesiologists, residents and research fellows, Robert Chelsea became the first black patient — and, at age 68, the oldest — in the U.S. to receive a full face transplant in a procedure performed at the Brigham.
We are inspired by our patients’ courage, our caregivers’ compassion, and our scientists’ curiosity—all fueled by our donors’ generosity.
Imagine what we can do together.