At Boston Medical Center, everyone is encouraged to have a primary care physician.
If you are a woman from Central or South America, the Caribbean, or Cape Verde -- all areas currently affected by the Zika virus epidemic -- you may worry that you have been exposed to the Zika virus.
After 20 years of dealing with breathing issues from a past nose job, Regina turned to BMC’s own Waleed Ezzat, M.D., F.A.C.S. for a revision rhinoplasty – a procedure typically required when a previous rhinoplasty has not achieved its intended results, or has resulted in unwanted changes to the nose.
We rely on our shoulders to perform essential everyday tasks such as lifting, reaching, and carrying. So when they don't work properly, simple activities like showering, grocery shopping, driving, and picking up a child can become painful – even impossible. If you have been suffering with shoulder pain and are considering surgery, our orthopedic surgeons offer expertise in the latest treatments and techniques, including reverse shoulder replacement surgery.
Boston Medical Center is proud to open the city’s newest and most modern Women and Infants Center! Complete with all private post-partum rooms that allow moms to recover and bond with their babies in the comforts of home, the Center also has new antenatal and birthing rooms, and a new, expanded Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Women are sure to enjoy welcoming their babies in this comforting environment.
If you’ve ever wanted to quit cigarettes for good, now is the time – and Boston Medical Center is here to help! We offer programs designed to educate and help patients get on the road to a smoke-free life.