Providing a full range of clinical services to our extraordinarily diverse and vibrant patient population
Practicing primarily at Boston Medical Center, the clinical services of the Department of Medicine have a distinguished history of providing care to vulnerable patient populations as well as tertiary care. The integration of the department’s compelling social mission with a rigorous academic tradition creates an especially rich environment for patient care, training, and discovery. To explore the Department of Medicine’s clinical services, please visit www.BMC.org.
Several of the department’s clinical programs (e.g., amyloid program, nutrition and weight management, scleroderma unit, vasculitis unit, pulmonary hypertension program, cardiomyopathy, and others) draw patients from throughout the world.
The Amyloid Center at BUSM & BMC is a world renown research and evaluation resource for patients with Amyloidosis. The center is home to numerous clinical trials and research laboratories committed to improving care and treatment for all types of Amyloidosis. Learn More
Pulmonary Hypertension patients come to Boston Medical Center from all over New England and beyond to receive state-of-the-art care including oral, inhaled and systemic pulmonary vasodilator therapy, echocardiography and right heart catheterizations.
The Lupus Clinic is an interdisciplinary partnership between the Departments of Rheumatology, Dermatology, Nephrology and Obstetrics/Gynecology where patients can be seen by multiple physicians who conduct research to better understand the development and treatment of lupus. Learn More
|Cardiovascular Medicine||Endocrinology, Diabetes,
|Gastroenterology||General Internal Medicine||Geriatrics|
|Hematology and Medical
|Infectious Disease||Nephrology||Pulmonary, Allergy, Sleep,
and Critical Care Medicine