partnering institutions
Beth Isreal Deaconess Medical Center Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) is the name for the merged Beth Israel and Deaconess Hospitals, two Harvard-affiliated teaching hospitals located across the street from each other in the Longwood Medical Area. Serving as a tertiary/academic resource, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is home to several nationally recognized clinical centers of specialized expertise, including solid-organ transplantation, diabetes/ vascular surgery, obstetrics, cardiology and cardiac surgery, oncology, women's health, and treatment of people with AIDS. The medical center hosts complementary new state-of-the-art inpatient and outpatient facilities, as well as two regional outpatient centers and primary-care offices in 30 communities. Research is conducted at BIDMC in a range of specialties, including eating disorders, anxiety disorders, affective disorders, dissociative disorders, hypnosis, psychotherapy, AIDS, psychiatric issues related to medical illness, computers in psychiatry, clinical psychobiology of monoamine neurotransmitters, neuroimaging, psychiatric chemistry studies, psychosocial issues regarding diabetes (carried out at the Joslin Diabetes Center), and the relationship of medical illness to mental illness. In addition, BIDMC is in the forefront of treating patients previously cared for in the public mental health system. Please follow the link to see the extensive services provided and learning opportunities available through the BIDMC Department of Psychiatry.
Brigham and Women's Hospital Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) is a 702-bed academic general hospital with an international reputation for excellence in clinical care, research, and medical education. A founding member of the Partners Healthcare System, BWH represents the 1975 merger of three Harvard-affiliated teaching hospitals whose histories go back to the early 19th Century: the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, the Robert Breck Brigham Hospital, and the Boston Hospital for Women. BWH is the site of extensive medical research, with more than $200 million in research grant funding per year, and it has 32 ACGME-accredited specialty and subspecialty training programs in a broad variety of medical fields. It is also the primary hospital for medical, surgical, and ob/gyn care for Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates, New England's largest staff model HMO. For more than a quarter century it also provides all adult psychiatric services for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (whose inpatient beds are at BWH), and in recent years it has worked closely with Dana-Farber's Adult Psychosocial Oncology Service, whose psychiatrists are part of the Medical Psychiatry faculty at BWH. Please follow the link to see the extensive services provided and learning opportunities available through the BWH Department of Psychiatry.
Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital (BWFH) is a 150-bed community teaching hospital serving the Jamaica Plain, Hyde Park, and Roslindale neighborhoods of Boston and other surrounding communities. It offers complete adult medical and surgical inpatient care, psychiatric and substance abuse inpatient and partial hospital care, and a full range of outpatient, emergency and diagnostic services. It is also the site for numerous academic medical training programs affiliated with Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and Tufts Medical School. Please follow the links to see the extensive services provided and learning opportunities available through the BWFH Department of Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine.
Massachusetts Mental Health Center The Massachusetts Mental Health Center (MMHC), now formally affiliated with the Department of Psychiatry at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, is one of the oldest public teaching hospitals in the United States and has trained several generations of leaders in American psychiatry. It is both a state mental health facility and a center of excellence in academic psychiatry, combining public service with outstanding clinical and research programs. MMHC serves an ethnically diverse catchment area of about 285,000 people in several Boston neighborhoods, with a strong commitment to care of the mentally ill regardless of their financial circumstances. Patients seen at MMHC suffer from the full range of psychiatric illnesses: schizophrenia, affective disorders, serious personality disorders, trauma and anxiety disorders, co-morbid substance abuse, and disorders of psychological development. Thus, our patient population runs the gamut from homeless individuals with chronic psychosis to students and working people. Services provided include: Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Partial Hospital Program, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Partial Hospital Program, Specialized Outpatient Programs (Prevention and Recovery in Early Psychosis, Transitional Age Youth Program, Mentally Ill with Problematic Sexual Behaviors, Healthcare for the Homeless Outreach, Intensive DBT Outpatient Program, Continuing Care program), as well as psychosocial and vocational rehabilitation, and outreach and housing programs. Please follow the links to see the extensive services provided and learning opportunities available through the Massachusetts Mental Health Center.

Affiliated Institutions
Children's Hospital Boston

Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH) is a 395-bed academic pediatric hospital that is world renowned and consistently ranked as one of the best pediatric hospitals.  It has a child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship, and also trains other mental health clinicians specialiaing in child and adolescents.  In addition to the two-month rotation during the PGY-2 year, many residents collaborate with mentors at BCH for their scholarly projects and continue on to child and adolescent fellowship training at Boston Children’s Hospital.  Please follow this link for more about the psychiatry department at BCH