Information on COVID-19 for MGB Employees
Mass General Brigham Hospitals are playing an important role in addressing the COVID-19 Pandemic, on both the front lines and from “the new normal” for some-working remotely. The EAP is available to help you get through this stressful and uncertain time. Below is information and resources that you might find helpful. The EAP is fully functioning by phone and telehealth. For MGB employees and household members seeking help, please contact the EAP at 866-724-4327.
Information on COVID-19 for Mass General Brigham Employees
Occupational Health Services Employee Hotline
- The Occupational Health Services hotline (for Mass General Brigham Healthcare Employees and other members) can be reached at:
617-724-8100 - from 8am-4:30pm weekdays.
- Reporting your symptoms or illnesses and receiving guidance on when to return to work if you have questions after you have completed the employee illness report using this online tool.
- Health concerns related to potential COVID-19 exposures
- Specific testing for COVID-19
Mass General Brigham Community Help
This commuinty moderated service has been created to connect direct care providers with fellow neighbor employees to help respond to the needs of employees returning to work. MGB Community Connects is intended to link the Mass General Brigham community and provide ways for employees who live in the same neighborhood to find coworkers to carpool to work, do family and neighborhood activities, and connect pet lovers.. Find more information on their homepage.
Post-Covid Surge Recovery
Mass General Brigham Post-Covid Surge Recovery efforts are Underway. Log in to Pulse to read what's presently being planned by Infection Control to keep patients and employees safe: Blueprint for Infection Control After the COVID-19 Surge
Coronavirus FAQs for HealthCare Staff: Learn More, Precautions
For more information or to discuss stress and resilience concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, please contact Employee Assistance Program at 1-866-724-4327.
In case of emergency, please call 911 or your local hospital emergency service.
This content was last modified on: 07/16/2020