Partners HealthCare

Partners HealthCare Email is an online mailing service provided by Partners HealthCare, a non-profit organization that owns several hospitals in Massachusetts, most of them located in the Boston area. Partners is the largest healthcare provider in MA, several Partner hospitals are teaching affiliates of Harvard Medical School.

Some notorious members of Partners HealthCare are the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, North Shore Medical Center, Faulkner Hospital, McLean Hospital, Martha’s Vineyard Community Hospital, Nantucket Cottage Hospital, Massachusetts General Physician Organization, Partners Continuing Care and PCHI.

If you have already set up your email account, then you can easily sign in using one of the four available methods, you can access webmail using Microsoft’s Outlook Web Access, you can also use a client such as PC Microsoft Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010, Microsoft Entourage 2008, Outlook 2011 (Mac), Apple Mail (10.6 or greater) or any standard IMAP email client, through supported Mobile Devices like iPhone, Blackberry, or Treo, or you can login via remote access which works for laptops and external desktops without use of VPN or webmail (OWA).

Partners HealthCare Login – Step By Step Tutorial

We are going to explain how to access your account using Microsoft Outlook Web Access.

1. Go to the site’s webmail sign in page located at the following url:

2. Enter your username in the first field of the access form located in the center of your screen.

3. Enter your Partners HealthCare webmail password in the second field.

4. Click “Login” and you are done.

Logging to your Partners HealthCare email account is easy and it won’t take much of your time either. I’m sure that you won’t have sign in problems after reading this information, however, if you do have problems come back to this page, drop us a message through the comments section at the bottom and we’ll try to help you out as soon as we read it.



  1. My access is denied!

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