From procedural sedation to ensure patient comfort during diagnostic procedures such as colonoscopy and endoscopy, to maintaining optimal levels of anesthetic depth during surgery, to pain management, anesthesiologists perform essential services across a wide range of medical ailments and conditions. Our specialists are leaders in their fields and our team has expertise in such specialized fields as critical care, cardiac, pediatric and obstetric anesthesia.
At Boston Medical Center, our commitment to exceptional care without exception means
your anesthesia team will work hard to ensure your comfort and safety whether you need
pain management or sedation during your procedure or surgery. We seek to maximize your comfort while minimizing your recovery time and side effects from anesthesia.
Boston Medical Center has three main operating room areas:
- Newton Pavilion
With a total of 10 operating theaters, these operating rooms are used to perform a wide variety of cases emphasizing complex and specialized operations including cardiothoracic surgery and neurosurgical and vascular procedures.
- Menino Pavilion
Hosting eight operating rooms and two obstetrical suites, most of the trauma cases, as well as all obstetrical and pediatric procedures, are cared for at the Menino Pavilion.
- Moakley Ambulatory Surgery Center (PDF)
Located in the new Moakley Building, the Ambulatory Surgery Center has six state-of-the-art operating rooms with all the characteristics of the “surgical suite of the future.”
The Anesthesia Pain Clinic is located in the Moakley Ambulatory Surgery Center (2nd floor of the Moakley Building).