McLean Hospital

McLean Hospital

Belmont, MA, United States
Belmont United States
Founded:
1811

McLean Hospital (/m?k'le?n/) — formerly known as Somerville Asylum and Charlestown Asylum — is a psychiatric hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts, USA. McLean is noted for its clinical staff expertise and ground-breaking neuroscience research. Wikipedia

McLean Hospital

Belmont, MA, United States
Belmont United States
Founded:
1811

McLean Hospital (/m?k'le?n/) — formerly known as Somerville Asylum and Charlestown Asylum — is a psychiatric hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts, USA. McLean is noted for its clinical staff expertise and ground-breaking neuroscience research. Wikipedia

Jun 24, 1:42 PM

We are thrilled to announce that after 18 months of planning, development and intense preparation, this morning at 5 am, McLean Hospital formally launched Partners eCare. With the launch of Partners eCare, each of McLeans campuses is now interacting with the Epic electronic medical record (EMR). This conversion to an EMR marks a significant milestone for McLean, as eCare is designed to enhance communication among providers, improve quality and safety, and streamline the flow of patient information.

Jun 14, 1:53 PM

Last evening, McLean Hospital honored Elizabeth Vargas for her unyielding commitment to furthering the public's understanding of psychiatric illness and mental health. Before accepting the award, Vargas spoke of her experience with alcoholism and anxiety. "I feel profoundly grateful that sharing my story has helped even one other person feel less alone in his or her struggle, or more apt to raise their hand and reach out to help and get help, because we need more help," said Vargas. "If only 10 percent of people are getting the treatment we need, we need more people like all of you here in this room tonight, more institutions like McLean to help people get the help that they desperately need."

Jun 9, 6:59 PM

Congratulations to this years Arlington School graduates, and thank you to two-time Olympic gold medalist (and first American to win a gold in judo) Kayla Harrison for coming to McLean to be this years commencement speaker. Kayla delivered an inspirational and funny speech that brought us to our feet. As you go out in the world, there are always going to be road blocks, there are always going to be obstacles, there are always going to be days that suck, said Kayla. Its true. But, if you believe in yourself, and you surround yourself with people who believe in you, there is literally nothing you cant accomplish. And I have two gold medals to prove that to you. You saw them earlier, so you know its possible. I want you to remember that on the bad days. I want you to remember that on the hard days. I want you to remember that when it feels like you cant go on, when you feel hopeless, when you feel like you wont be happy again - I want you to remember that anything is possible if you set your mind to it. Congratulations, you guys are on the way to accomplishing great things, and I cant wait to see what you accomplish!

Jun 7, 0:00 PM

McLean Hospitals Deconstructing Stigma: A Change in Thought Can Change a Life public awareness campaign earned a Bronze Bell Award at the 49th Annual Bell Ringers Award Gala last week. Sponsored by The Publicity Club of New England, the Bell Ringer Awards honor superior work completed by PR and communications professionals across New England. Thank you to all our Deconstructing Stigma participants for helping make the campaign so successful.