Cooley Dickinson Hospital Celebrates 10 Years
as a Member of Mass General Brigham
2023 marks the 10th anniversary of Cooley Dickinson Hospital becoming a member of Mass General Brigham’s robust network of care. Mass General Brigham provides high-quality care and services at hundreds of locations close to home while ensuring members of the community have access to specialists, care, and clinical trials at the academic medical centers should they need it.
Meet Steve, whose cancer treatment plan represents just some of the benefits of the MGB network of care.
Watch the video below or click here to read his story.
As part of Mass General Brigham, patients at Cooley Dickinson Hospital benefit because they have access to the four pillars of Mass General Brigham’s mission: care, research, teaching, and community.
We ensure care from the common to the complex is delivered at the right place at the right time by experienced doctors, advanced practice clinicians, nurses, behavioral health clinicians, and other providers who get to know the whole you. Further, specialists from MGB academic medical centers often see patients in the local community through specialties such as the Mass General Cancer Center, transplant clinic, and maternal fetal medicine specialists located at Cooley Dickinson Hospital.
Through more than 2700 clinical trials and research studies, new treatments are being investigated and developed at the hospitals and research centers that are part of Mass General Brigham. These benefit individuals receiving care at CDH because they have access to these trials, If they need it.
Throughout MGB, including at Cooley Dickinson Hospital, we are training the next generation of providers through traditional residencies and fellowship programs, and we are growing our teams by developing career pathways for nurses and other health care workers.
Cooley Dickinson Hospital strives to provide comprehensive, personalized care throughout our region. Our community work includes:
- supporting health equity, health related social needs, and Veterans’ health
- helping to fund the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts’s food insecurity referral program
- providing specialized services and clinics for the LGBTQA+ community
- focusing on the older adult community through the Pioneer Valley Memory Care Initiative and geriatric Emergency Department designation