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Care for our community

MIT Medical is a multispecialty group practice and community health center that has served the MIT community for more than 100 years. Our clinical services range from pediatrics to geriatrics, and we also offer community-focused support and wellness programs to enhance the health of students, faculty, staff, retirees, and their families. We pride ourselves on our patient-centered approach to care and our ability to meet the healthcare needs of our diverse community.

What our employees are saying about MIT Medical:

“It’s a great patient population to work with.”
“I seldom find myself fighting an insurance company for care.”


Registered Nurse

REGISTERED NURSE, FAMILY MEDICINEMIT Medical, to provide nursing care to the patient population of an assigned service area. 

Physician, Urgent Care

URGENT CARE PHYSICIAN/FAMILY MEDICINE OR EMERGENCY ROOM PHYSICIANMIT Medical, to join an accredited ambulatory care center serving the health and wellness needs of the MIT community.

Physician, Primary Care

PHYSICIAN, PRIMARY CAREMIT Medical, to provide high-quality care specifically catering to MIT’s very diverse campus

Occupational Medicine Clinical Assistant

OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE CLINICAL ASSISTANTMIT Medical, to be responsible for the service area’s day-to-day medical assistant and administrative operational tasks.

Staff Clinical Psychologist

STAFF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGISTMIT Medical (2 openings), to provide a range of services to meet the psychological and developmental needs of MIT students and an array of brief clinical consultation services to faculty, staff, and dependents.

Medical Assistant, Primary Care

MEDICAL ASSISTANT, PRIMARY CARE, MIT Medical (2 openings),​​​​ to assist physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and nurses with evaluation, management, and treatment of patients.

Trauma Specialist, Student Mental Health and Counseling Services

Trauma Specialist, Student Mental Health and Counseling Services (SMHCS), MIT Medical, to respond to a growing campus need for additional expertise in responding to race-based trauma in addition to other forms of trauma such as sexual assault, intimate partner violence (IPV), stalking, childhood sexual abuse, and/or sexual harassment.