If you have visited our campus recently, you may have noticed that BMC is well underway with construction. Changes in traffic patterns, walkways, and entrances to buildings are continuing, along with new buildings beginning to form.
According to the American Stroke Association, stroke kills nearly 140,000 people each year. It is the fourth leading cause of death, and a leading cause of disability, in the U.S.
Cancers of the head and neck can have a huge impact on someone’s life – from affecting speech, swallowing, and breathing, to one’s self esteem when the face is changed because of the disease and its treatment.
In October 2013, Boston Medical Center (BMC) launched a clinical campus redesign project to improve our buildings and services so we can continue delivering exceptional care for all of our patients for years to come.
If you use these simple healthy tips for Thanksgiving Day, you don't need to resist all that stuffing, mashed potatoes and pies that you love.
In 2001, Boston Medical Center opened the doors to the Preventative Food Pantry after an overwhelming number of patients told their BMC physicians that they were having trouble affording nutritional food for their families.