A view of the south campus from East Concord Street. Within BMC's beautiful brick exteriors, 1,290 physicians provide superior, comprehensive care in virtually every medical specialty.
A view of the south campus from East Concord Street. Within BMC’s beautiful brick exteriors, 1,290 physicians provide superior, comprehensive care in virtually every medical specialty.
The Carl J. and Ruth Shapiro Ambulatory Care Center opened in spring 2011. This stunning 245,000-square-foot facility provides outpatient services in a state-of-the-art environment designed to facilitate world-class patient-centered care.
As a leading academic medical center, every member of the hospital’s medical and dental staff holds an academic appointment at the Boston University School of Medicine or at the Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine.
View of BMC’s CyberKnife System. To provide the highest quality care, BMC invests in new technology, from robotic surgery and CyberKnife technology, to being among the first hospitals in the country to install an electronic medical records system.
At BMC, the patient experience unquestionably takes top priority. BMC’s newly renovated single-family postpartum rooms provide mothers and their babies a home-like environment in which to relax and bond after delivery.
View of the Newton Pavilion atrium. BMC is a pioneer in the use of new cardiac and vascular surgical techniques. The Newton Pavilion houses BMC’s Arrhythmia Center and Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, where complex and specialized operations including cardiothoracic surgery and neurosurgical and vascular procedures are performed.
BMC’s Moakley Building houses our Cancer Care Center, which is among the most advanced and most integrated cancer care facilities in all of New England.
The Moakley Building is expressly designed for high quality care, comfort and privacy. The building’s atrium is a three-story glass curtain wall that floods the building’s entryway in brilliant natural light.
Boston Medical Center has operating room areas in the Newton Pavilion, Menino Pavilion and the Moakley Building. The hospital strives to offer “surgical suites of the future,” equipped with the latest surgical technology, including lasers, digital documentation, data storage and teleconferencing. BMC also has the most comprehensive minimally invasive robotics surgical program in New England.
View of a post-operative suite in the Moakley building. In 2009, BMC was recognized with the Commission on Cancer’s Outstanding Achievement Award for our commitment to cancer patient care, practice and research.
BMC promises all patients exceptional care, without exception. With newly-renovated facilities, cutting-edge technology and an atmosphere specially designed for patient comfort and healing, BMC is proudly and passionately setting a new standard in a city known worldwide for its medical leadership.