A Model of Health Equity for More than a Century
Living Out Our Commitment to Health Equity
The mission of Boston Medical Center has been to take care of every single person who walks through our doors. We work to remove health care obstacles and give everyone an opportunity to live their healthiest and fullest lives.
Where Do We Go from Here?
Now, more than ever, an entire nation looks to us for research, treatments and answers. Let's imagine what more we can do together — for our community, our country, and the world.
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Learn more about BMC's milestones that have laid the groundwork for equitable care now and for years to come.
Read the latest from our blog, HealthCity
Psychiatrist David Henderson warns of the serious consequences that could result from the mental health repercussions of the pandemic.
By hearing stories of people in underserved neighborhoods, researchers hope to understand and help overcome longstanding barriers to healthcare access
Progress toward improving outcomes for adults with sickle cell disease hinges on more qualified, trained physicians and investment in research.
A panel examined white supremacy culture and how it drives inequities in COVID-19 testing, care, and vaccine access and offered paths for change.
Structural racism has neglected advancements in SCD treatment. Novel therapies are on the horizon, but can they affordably be brought to the masses?