Brigham and Women's

75 Francis Street

617 732 5500

Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) is a 793-bed nonprofit teaching institution and founding member of Partners HealthCare System.  As a leading recipient of research grants from the NIH (#11 in the country for 2017 with $277 million), BWH leads international clinical, basic and epidemiological studies.  It has nearly 46,000 inpatient admissions annually and 784,000 outpatient visits. BWH is also one of the nation's leading transplant centers, performing heart, lung, kidney, face, and heart-lung transplant surgery, as well as bone marrow transplantation.  BWH is nationally recognized for clinical and research excellence in cardiovascular medicine, neurosciences, arthritis and rheumatic disorders, orthopedics and cancer care through the Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center. The hospital has performed  many 'firsts' including the world's first quadruple transplant in 2000 and it was the second hospital in the US to undertake a full facial transplant.

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