BMC Careers: Find your place with us.

You belong with the best. At Boston Medical Center (BMC), you can join a team of individuals who don’t simply strive for excellence — they set the standard for it. Located in Boston’s historic South End, we are a private, not-for-profit, 582-bed, academic medical center focused on fully accessible community-based health care. Our pediatric and adult care services envelop everything from primary to family medicine, to advanced specialty care.

Those are just a few of the ways you’ll experience a dynamic and progressive career environment at BMC. You’ll also be presented with numerous professional opportunities to learn and grow because we’re the primary teaching hospital for Boston University School of Medicine. And, working among the brightest and most ambitious minds around will enable you to truly realize your full potential, and advance throughout your career. See more quick facts about BMC below.

What's New at BMC
BMC stands out as the "Employer of Choice" for health care professionals in Boston. BMC has just implemented a new talent management system designed to improve the experience for both job seekers and hiring managers. The system is designed to be a "win-win," helping BMC in attracting the right talent for the right job and assisting candidates looking to focus their job search efforts.
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Once you’ve discovered what it takes to work at BMC and you’re ready to apply for a career that makes a real difference, search below for a position that matches your qualifications.

General Opportunities

Nursing & Allied Health Opportunities

We look forward to meeting you and adding you to our team.

Quick facts about BMC:

  • Every day, our 1,589 nurses and 4,479 full-time employees work together to provide the highest quality, patient-focused care.
  • With the largest 24-hour Level I trauma center in New England, our Emergency Department had more than 126,039 visits in 2007.
  • In 2007, we provided more than $233 million in free care to uninsured patients, in addition to a variety of outreach programs and services.
  • Our on-staff interpreters are fluent in more than 30 languages and assisted in 194,427 interactions with patients and visitors in 2007.
  • Through Boston University School of Medicine, we operate 44 residency training programs with 654 resident and fellowship positions.
  • World-renowned BMC researchers are actively involved in conducting an extensive number of laboratory-based biomedical research and clinical research programs.
  • The Moakley Building, our best-in-class centralized cancer and ambulatory care facility, opened in 2006.
  • Our 16-acre BioSquare research and business park is currently under development.