Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital has been a destination for advanced health care for nearly two centuries. Consistently ranked one of the country’s top hospitals by US News & World Report®, men and women come here from across the US and from over 120 countries worldwide.
A long-standing teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School, the Brigham is home to profound life giving breakthroughs, like the world’s first organ transplant and, continues this today with new ways to prevent and maintain health.
The Brigham is a biomedical powerhouse. Its discoveries affect all of us, such as the impact of a daily aspirin in preventing heart attack and deciphering the role of amyloid protein in Alzheimer’s disease. And the Brigham is dedicated to training the next generation of health care providers. Many of our clinicians and alumni are leaders in medicine today, transforming the future of health care to improve lives everywhere.
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