Mclean Hospital
About McLean

About McLean

Founded in 1811, McLean Hospital is a leader in psychiatric care, research, and education and is the largest psychiatric teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School.

Our staff, faculty, volunteers, and supporters are dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness. We are here to help you.

Who We Are

McLean Hospital’s staff of more than 1,900 caring and compassionate individuals focus on the hospital’s mission to deliver compassionate clinical care, conduct innovative scientific discovery, provide comprehensive professional training and offer robust public education.

Hospital Leadership

Our Staff

Mission & Values

Gold Standard in Mental Health

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Why should you choose McLean for your mental health care? Let us show you.

Why Choose McLean?

Centers of Excellence

McLean’s clinical and research activities are organized into seven centers of excellence and innovation.

Centers of Excellence

Diversity & Inclusion

We are dedicated to making diversity and inclusion a priority in everything that we do and for everyone in our community.

Diversity & Inclusion

History & Progress

Founded over 200 years ago, McLean Hospital has a rich history of patient care and psychiatric research and education.

History of McLean Hospital

Community Health

McLean has been meeting the needs of individuals and families with psychiatric illness for over 200 years.

Community Health Assessment

Maps & Directions

McLean Hospital serves communities in eastern, southeastern, and central Massachusetts, as well as coastal Maine.

Maps & Directions


McLean Hospital staff is available 24 hours a day to assist with clinical, administrative, or media inquiries.

Contact McLean Hospital

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