A campus as inspiring as the professions we teach

Welcome to the MGH Institute's beautiful Charlestown Navy Yard campus, the hub for your health professions continuing and graduate education. From the scenic view of the Boston skyline across the harbor to quaint gas street lamps that line the streets, students enjoy meeting and studying in this magnificent setting.


181,000 square feet of space across campus


Buildings located in historic Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston


Clinical affiliations at MGB and other leading institutions

Buildings across campus

In 2013, the school expanded into two new buildings, giving it a total of 130,000 square feet in seven buildings. The expansion includes a reception area and offices in One Constitution Wharf for Information Technology and Campus Services, as well as Strategic CommunicationsDevelopment, Research, and MGH's Psych Academy

Two Constitution Wharf (2CW)

In 2012 the Institute expanded by 21,000 square feet taking over the 2nd floor of 2 Constitution Wharf, just outside the Navy Yard and directly overlooking the USS Constitution, more commonly known as “Old Ironsides.” The 2nd floor includes rehabilitation labs, a 102-seat active-learning classroom with state-of-the-art technology, the Tabor/Connor OT Center for Learning, Participation, and Rehabilitation, and a student lounge and study area.

Pro-Bono Center 

In fall of 2017 the Dr. Charles and Ann Sanders IMPACT Practice Center opened in 2CW, encompassing all of our centers that provide pro-bono services to our local communities. 


See the virtual tour of the IMPACT Practice Center

Catherine Filene Shouse Building

The Catherine Filene Shouse (Shouse) Building at 36 1st Avenue is the graduate school's main building which houses many of our classrooms, labs, and departmental offices. The departmental offices for the School of Nursingthe School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences and its departments of Communication Sciences and DisordersGenetic CounselingOccupational TherapyPhysical Therapy and Physician Assistant Studies are all in the Shouse Building; as is the nursing-led initiative the Center for Climate Change, Climate Justice, and Health 

On the second floor is a Reflection Room (Room 202), a space available for all members of the IHP community for quiet reflection, prayer, meditation, yoga, and similar activities.  And on the fourth floor is one of our Information Technology Help Desks.

Labs in the Shouse Building

The Institute's skills assessment labs, simulation labs, and physical assessment lab provide simulated hospital environments for students developing their clinical skills.

The Shouse Simulation Lab contains two acute-care rooms, a control/observation room, and an office (Room 108D) for the Institute's simulation education specialist.

The school has more than two dozen interactive simulation manikins, including a birthing manikin, a pediatric manikin, and a 3G SimMan to help students learn to treat a wide variety of symptoms and health situations. Vital Sign simulators now have touch panels installed replacing the original handheld remote controls.

The labs, located on the main and third floors of the Institute's main academic building, are well-lit pleasant areas where students spend much of their time learning basic skills.

Across the street from the Shouse Building in Building 34 are a number of departments and offices. The Office of Enrollment Services (OES) – Admission, Financial Aid, the Registrar, and Bursar, along with the Office of Student Affairs and Services (OSAS), writing center and SAP – is on the ground floor.

The Executive Administrative offices – including the Offices of the President, the Provost, Finance & Administration, Human Resources, and JEDI – along with the Center for Interprofessional Education & Practice are on the second and third floors.

The Janis P. Bellack Library & Study Commons, which opened in June 2015, is located on the entire top floor of Building 38 – one street away from the school's Catherine Filene Shouse main academic building on 1st Avenue in the Charlestown Navy Yard. The Commons has 9,000 square feet where students can study and learn in an interprofessional environment.

The Library features a room for quiet study and a collaborative space for group learning. The library collection includes access to thousands of electronic journals and books and a community health collection that includes anatomical models and patient education materials. Institute librarians are on hand to help students access the electronic collection of the Treadwell Library at Massachusetts General Hospital. 


See virtual tour of the Bellack Library

The second floor houses departmental offices for faculty. 

The Office of Police and Security is on the first floor of Building 149 in the Charlestown Navy Yard.

Mass General Hospital Cafeteria in the Navy Yard. Breakfast and lunch. It is in Building 149 nearest the 9th Street entrance.

People walking in a park with the waterfront in the backround

Interactive Campus Experience

Navigate through our online virtual tour to see the MGH Institute campus at any time, from any place. In our tour you will visit our campus, clinical education and research centers, classrooms, and skills development and simulation labs.

launch tour