ABOUT McLEAN HOSPITAL
Since 1811, McLean Hospital has been a world leader in the treatment and study of psychiatric illnesses and the training of clinicians and investigators.
The largest psychiatric facility of Harvard Medical School and an affiliate of Massachusetts General Hospital, McLean is treating more patients, performing more research and teaching more trainees than ever before.
McLean Hospital is consistently ranked one of the nation's top psychiatric hospitals. It offers a full spectrum of care for all psychiatric disorders for people of all ages. McLean's research program is supported by $45 million per year of competitively won grants, supporting everything from basic neuroscience to clinical trials.
McLean is proud of its achievements and looks forward to a future of innovation, improving the quality of life for those it serves. For more information on McLean, click on Facts about McLean.