Partners Residency and Fellowship Programs
The Partners hospitals sponsor residency and fellowship programs in nearly all specialties and many subspecialties of medicine, and have a long track record of training expert clinicians and leaders in all areas of health care.
Some of the Graduate Medical Education (GME) programs at Partners are sponsored by a single hospital and offer comprehensive training within that institution. Other programs are jointly sponsored by two or more Partners and/or other Harvard hospitals, utilizing complementary resources from the participating sites.
For more detailed information regarding an individual program, please consult the program's website and/or contact the Program Director's office.
Brigham & Women's Hospital (BWH) joined with Massachusetts General Hospital to form Partners HealthCare in 1994. BWH sponsors or co-sponsors GME programs with the MGH and/or Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) was founded in 1811, and is the third oldest general hospital in the US and the largest in New England. MGH sponsors or co-sponsors GME programs with the BWH and other Partners' institutions.
Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital serves as a community hospital training site for 12 GME programs sponsored by Brigham and Women's Hospital, with which it is integrated, and one Massachusetts General Hospital-sponsored program.
McLean Hospital is the largest Harvard-affiliated psychiatric facility. Located in nearby Belmont, McLean and MGH co-sponsor GME residencies and fellowships integrated with BWH. McLean also offers training in psychology.
Newton-Wellesley Hospital (NWH) offers a Transitional Year residency, unique in the Partners system, and also serves as a community hospital training site for programs sponsored by BWH and MGH.
North Shore Medical Center (NSMC) includes Salem Hospital, which sponsors an ACGME-accredited Internal Medicine residency program, and serves as a community hospital training site for several Partners programs.
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital (SRH) is a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School and one of the largest rehabilitation facilities in the US. SRH offers core residency and fellowship training in Physiatry.
The Kraft Center Fellowship in Community Health Leadership is a program of The Kraft Family National Center for Leadership and Training in Community Health, established by a generous gift to Partners HealthCare from the Kraft family. The Kraft Center seeks to improve access to excellent, comprehensive care for diverse, low, and moderate income individuals and families.