The School of Medicine has an outstanding and diverse group of affiliated clinical teaching sites. Our principal teaching hospital, Tufts Medical Center, is adjacent to our building. It is an exceptional 415-bed academic medical center that is home to both a full-service hospital for adults and the Floating Hospital for Children, the principal pediatric teaching hospital of the School of Medicine. We have four other major academic partners: Lahey Hospital and Medical Center, Maine Medical Center, Newton Wellesley Hospital, South Shore Hospital, and many other highly-rated teaching partners (listed below). Our array of clinical partners offers an outstanding opportunity for students to learn in diverse settings from rural communities to suburban locations and major urban areas.
Atrius Healthcare is a system of 32 clinical locations, more than 50 specialties and 825 physicians, that provides care to more than 720,000 adult and pediatric patients across eastern Massachusetts.
Cambridge Health Alliance
Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) is an integrated healthcare system serving Cambridge, Somerville, and Boston's metro-north communities. It has three hospital campuses - Cambridge Hospital, Somerville Hospital, and Whidden Hospital – fifteen primary care practices, a three-site Emergency Department, and a wide range of behavioral health and specialty services. CHA serves a diverse, multicultural, and underserved patient population and is known as a national leader in culturally-competent care.
Carney Hospital is a community teaching hospital located in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood. Carney Hospital is a 159-bed facility that provides primary care, emergency medicine and a range of specialties and subspecialties including; critical care, family medicine, cardiology, neurology, orthopedics, ambulatory care and adolescent, adult and geriatric psychiatry.
Faulkner Hospital is a 162-bed community teaching hospital located in Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood. Faulkner Hospital provides medical, surgical and psychiatric care, as well as complete emergency, ambulatory and diagnostic services, and their largest inpatient services are internal medicine, cardiology, psychiatry, pulmonary, orthopedics, gastroenterology and general/GI surgery.
Good Samaritan Medical Center
Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton, Massachusetts, is a full-service, acute care Catholic hospital with 267 beds, 17 bassinets, and 10 special care bassinets. It provides comprehensive inpatient, outpatient, and Level III Trauma emergency services.
Greater Lawrence Family Health Center
The Greater Lawrence Family Health Center is the second largest community health center in Massachusetts, serving nearly 60,000 patients at eight clinical sites in Lawrence and Methuen.
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center is a physician-led, nonprofit group practice. The Lahey Hospital & Medical Center location in Burlington, MA, encompasses an ambulatory care center serving more than 3,000 patients each day, a Level II Trauma Center, and a 335-bed hospital. The Lahey Medical Center location in Peabody, MA, serves more than 800 outpatients each day and includes a 10-bed hospital.
Lawrence General Hospital
Lawrence General Hospital is a private, non-profit community hospital providing the Merrimack Valley & southern New Hampshire regions with patient-centered, compassionate and quality health care for the whole family.
Lemuel Shattuck Hospital
The Lemuel Shattuck Hospital is a 255-bed, state-operated hospital that provides medical and psychiatric treatment to diverse patient populations requiring multi-disciplinary care and support.
Lowell General Hospital
Lowell General Hospital is a not-profit community hospital with 445-beds and a Level III Trauma Center.
Lynn Community Health Center
Lynn Community Health Center is a non-profit, multicultural, community health center that provides medical, behavioral health, dental, eye care, and pharmacy services in one of the most medically underserved communities in Massachusetts.
Maine Medical Center
Maine Medical Center (MMC) is Maine’s largest medical center and the flagship hospital of MaineHealth, a 12-member health system touching central, southern, and western Maine and eastern New Hampshire. MMC has partnered with Tufts University School of Medicine to create an innovative model of undergraduate medical education called the Maine Track. This unique curriculum offers clinical training experiences in Maine designed to expose medical students to both a major tertiary medical center as well as to the distinctive aspects of rural practice.
MelroseWakefield Hospital is a 234-bed general hospital located in Melrose, MA.
MetroWest Medical Center
MetroWest Medical Center is the largest healthcare provider in the MetroWest region. Its campuses in Framingham and Natick, MA, have a combined capacity of 420 beds.
New England Baptist Hospital
New England Baptist Hospital is a 141-bed adult medical-surgical hospital in Boston, MA, that specializes in orthopedic surgery and the treatment of musculoskeletal diseases and disorders.
The Newton-Wellesley Hospital is a community teaching hospital that serves Boston’s western suburban communities, primarily Newton, Needham, Wellesley, and Weston. The Hospital offers a range of medical, surgical and specialty care, including maternity services, a 24-hour emergency department and orthopedic, critical care and oncology inpatient units.
North Shore Medical Center
North Shore Medical Center (NSMC), located on the North Shore of Boston, is the second largest community hospital system in Massachusetts. It includes multiple hospitals and physician offices, as well as outpatient and urgent care sites. It offers comprehensive medical and surgical services, including adult and pediatric emergency departments on the Salem campus, and an adult emergency department at NSMC Union Hospital. NSMC’s medical staff includes nearly 700 affiliated physicians representing primary care, family practice and 50 additional sub-specialties.
Portsmouth Regional Hospital
Portsmouth Regional is a 220-bed acute care hospital located in Portsmouth, NH. It serves the seacoast region’s residents in New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts and is also one of the area’s largest employers. Portsmouth Regional Hospital is the only Level II Trauma Center on the Seacoast and one of only three in New Hampshire to earn this important distinction.
Saint Elizabeth Medical Center
Saint Elizabeth Medical Center is a community-based 272-bed tertiary care hospital located in the Brighton neighborhood of Boston.
South Shore Hospital
South Shore Hospital is in Weymouth, MA, and is the leading provider of emergency, critical care, maternity, pediatric, cardiac, oncology, surgical, outpatient, home health, and hospice care services in the southeastern region of Massachusetts.
Tewksbury Hospital operates a 370 bed Joint Commission accredited hospital. The hospital provides comprehensive treatment, care, and comfort to adults with medical and/or mental illnesses.
Tufts Medical Center
Tufts Medical Center is an internationally-respected academic medical center and the principal teaching hospital for Tufts School of Medicine. Located in downtown Boston, next to the School of Medicine, it is home to a full-service adult hospital, the Floating Hospital for Children, and a robust research program.
VA Boston Healthcare System
VA Boston Healthcare System is run by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs and is comprised of facilities in Brockton, Jamaica Plain, and West Roxbury, as well as offering services in five community-based outpatient clinics.
Winchester Hospital serves the health care needs of northwest suburban Boston and provides care in major clinical areas including medicine, surgery, pediatrics, cancer care, obstetrics/gynecology, and newborn care. In addition to acute-care inpatient services, Winchester Hospital also provides an extensive range of outpatient services as well as integrated home care.