Child, father and nurse in hospital.

Boston Children’s Hospital

The nation’s #1 pediatric hospital.

There’s arguably no better place for future pediatric nurses and health professionals to gain experience than at the nation’s highest ranked children’s hospital. One of the largest pediatric medical centers in the nation, this teaching hospital offers a complete range of health care services for children – and unprecedented opportunities for our students.

New & Newsworthy: Potential cure for diabetes may be in the stomach. Physician and team discover a groundbreaking way to convert patients’ own cells into beta cells that produce insulin. Read More

Ranking by U.S. News & World Report

Nurse and child in hospital.

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

#1 best cancer care in New England, #4 in the nation.

Expert, compassionate care for children and adults with cancer is available right down the street, and our students are among the new generations of physicians and scientists who train here. Highly regarded for its patient satisfaction, the Institute gives students valuable insight into how high-quality healthcare and groundbreaking therapies are delivered.

New & Newsworthy: Fighting genetic disease with help from HIV virus. Physician helps prove what’s possible after overseeing a gene therapy trial for children with metachromatic leukodystrophy (MLD). Read More

Rankings by U.S. News & World Report.

Doctor working on patient in hospital.

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Transforming medicine through life-giving breakthroughs.

Brigham and Women’s Hospital is an international leader and referral center in virtually every area of medicine and a consistently top-rated hospital by U.S. News and World Report. At this major teaching hospital, our students have access to preeminent pioneers in medicine across disciplines and specialty areas, including oncology, cardiology and neurology.

New & Newsworthy: Veteran receives bilateral arm transplant. A multidisciplinary team, including 12 surgeons, work nearly 14 hours to perform a double arm transplant for a U.S. veteran. Read More

Women scientist in lab.

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

The nation’s #3 independent hospital for National Institutes of Health funding.

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) is dedicated to providing extraordinary care, where the patient comes first, supported by world-class education and research. Our students receive a wide range of clinical experience here, with more than three quarters of a million patient visits annually and nationally ranked funding that facilitates revolutionary advances and therapies.

New & Newsworthy: One step closer to the Zika vaccine. A research team achieves complete protection against Zika virus in primates, bringing new hope for a human vaccine. Read More

Close up of cells.

Merck

The #5 Fortune 500 fastest-growing pharma company.

Merck’s mission is to make a difference in the lives of people globally through innovative medicines, vaccines, and animal health products. The Boston headquarters of this research-intensive biopharmaceutical company are located on the Emmanuel College campus, a fellow member of the Colleges of the Fenway consortium, giving our students access to world-class pharmaceutical experience.

New & Newsworthy: FDA approves Merck’s lung cancer drug as first-line treatment. The new indication means Keytruda can be an initial treatment instead of chemotherapy for certain lung cancer patients. Read More

Ranking by FORTUNE magazine.

Scientist in lab.

Wyss Institute

Changing the face of medicine with new discoveries.

The Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering is engineering transformative solutions to some of the world’s greatest problems. Here, our students can gain firsthand experience in groundbreaking bio-inspired innovations that will transform medicine and create a more sustainable world, ranging from devices and materials to high-value therapeutics and diagnostics.

New & Newsworthy: First entirely 3D-printed organ-on-a-chip with integrated sensors.Researchers develop method to mimic the structure and function of native tissue, paving new ways to study human health and disease in the lab. Read More