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Gift Shop Closed for Construction
Please be aware that the BMC Gift Shop, located in the Menino Lobby, is closed for construction. It will re-open in fall, 2015. 

BMC Finds Education Intervention with Physicians Leads to Improved Understanding of Transgender Issues
The residents' knowledge and willingness to assist with hormonal therapy increased from 5 percent to as much as 76 percent.

BMC Teams Up with Rhode Island Hospital, CVS Health to Combat Opioid Addiction and Overdoses
BMC has received a $1.3 million grant to support a demonstration project of pharmacy-based naloxone rescue kits to help reduce opioid addiction and overdose death.

Special events and observances are happening throughout October, on campus and in the community
Your support makes a difference. View Gail’s story and see how BMC helped her family and others.
Starting school involves many changes for your child. These changes can cause feelings of anxiety, sadness, or anger, resulting in changes in their mood or behavior.


BMC’s Physicians Treat Baby with Craniosynostosis

When Viviana noticed that her one month old daughter’s, head was misshapen, she decided to make an appointment at Boston Medical Center. She met with James Holsapple, MD, Chief of Neurosurgery at BMC, who examined Diana’s head and ordered a CT. The diagnosis was craniosynostosis: a birth defect in which one or more of the joints in the baby’s skull closes prematurely before the brain is fully formed. Read more

Prostate Cancer Care

Now is the perfect time to think about the issue of men’s health, and to schedule a prostate screening. Screenings are especially important for those who are considered “higher risk” individuals. According the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), men who are at a higher risk for developing prostate cancer are: aged 50 or older; African Americans; and those with a father, brother, or son who has had prostate cancer. Read more

The Pediatric Concussion Clinic at BMC

When your child suffers a concussion, Boston Medical Center’s Department of Pediatric Neurology is here to help. Dr. Alcy Torres is a Pediatric Neurologist and Director of the Pediatric Concussion program, overseeing BMC’s open-access concussion clinic. This state-of-the-art center opened its doors two years ago, to better serve parents and their children who need to be seen quickly after receiving this type of head injury. Read more

About BMC

Boston Medical Center (BMC) is a 496-bed academic medical center located in Boston’s historic South End, providing medical care for infants, children, teens and adults. BMC offers Primary Care and specialty services as well as a number of health and wellness programs and is affiliated with 13 community health centers in the Boston area.