Working here

Care-driven, patient-first approach

At MIT Health we're part of the community we serve. We provide a stable and supportive environment where patients and providers stay for decades. Our patients enjoy short wait times for appointments, and our clinicians are given the time and resources to provide patient-centered care.

Unique and diverse patient population

We’re not the typical campus health service. In addition to undergraduate and graduate students, we care for employees, families, and retirees. Our patients come from every state in the country and almost every country in the world.


Registered Nurse, Urgent Care

The Registered Nurse demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide nursing care to the patient population of their assigned service area. 

Dental Hygienist

The Dental Hygienist is responsible for providing appropriate dental care and oral hygiene instruction to patients. 

Medical Technologist

The Medical Technologist will perform routine clinical laboratory tests and special tests in a CAP-accredited laboratory.

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner provides psychiatric care to undergraduate and graduate MIT Health patients within a team model. 

Mammography Technologist

The Mammography Technologist performs both mammography exams and radiologic imaging for diagnostic purposes.