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Under Construction Today. Building for Tomorrow.

Under Construction Today. Building for Tomorrow.


Building Tomorrow's Health Care Campus, Today

If you’ve visited our campus recently, then you’ve noticed that we are under construction! 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.

Construction is well under way, and when you visit BMC, you will notice changes in traffic patterns, walkways, and entrances to buildings and offices. The most notable change is that BMC’s Emergency Department entrance has moved from Albany Street to 840 Harrison Avenue, the main entrance of the Menino Pavilion.

Our security personnel and staff are always on hand and happy to answer your questions or assist you with finding your way. Need help finding a building? Check out a map of the BMC campus.

In 2015, BMC will open the following facilities and services:

- A new 32,000 square foot addition to the Moakley building that will house otolaryngology, outpatient endoscopy services, the Center for Digestive Disorders, and renovated outpatient PACU bays.

- A new Women and Infants’ Center in the Yawkey Ambulatory Care Center. The Center will serve pregnant women through when they deliver will feature private birthing and post-partum rooms, amenities for family members staying over, and a state-of-the-art Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). The NICU will include private rooms for babies and their families, making BMC the only hospital in Boston to offer private NICU rooms.

- A new cafeteria and Teaching Kitchen in the Yawkey Ambulatory Care Center. The bright, open cafeteria will feature seating for over 200 people and all types of foods, from Cuban to Japanese, as well as traditional American fare. BMC’s Teaching Kitchen, which educates patients about nutrition, healthy eating and healthy cooking, will also be located in the cafeteria.

To learn more about BMC’s redesign efforts, visit the Clinical Campus Redesign site.