Phone: 617.414.4075Hours of Operation: Open 24 Hours a Day
BMC offers state of the art emergency and trauma care to all.
If you are having an emergency, please call 911. If you have medical questions, please call your primary care doctor, or you may come to the Emergency Department to be seen. We are not able to give medical advice over the phone.
For referring providers:
If you would like to transfer a patient to the ED, please call 617-414-4075 to speak with one of our nurses on the expect line or our attending physicians.
The Emergency Department (ED) at Boston Medical Center
The Emergency Department (ED) at Boston Medical Center is a state-of-the-art facility with 24-hour coverage by highly skilled physicians who provide comprehensive emergency medical care. Located in the heart of Boston’s historic South End, we offer a full complement of surgical and subspecialty consult services.
Boston Medical Center is the largest and busiest provider of trauma and emergency services in New England. Our Emergency Department serves more than 130,000 patients each year and is a national model of excellence in emergency medicine.
Our team consists of experienced emergency medicine attending physicians, emergency nurses, mental health specialists, social workers and emergency medicine residents.
Emergency Medicine, Medical Education
Trauma informed care, complex care delivery and workplace safety
Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston MA
emergency and trauma care
Resident/Trainee education, Resident burnout and attrition, resuscitation leadership, post-exposure prophylaxis
Advanced Emergency Ultrasound, Global Health
Emergency Medicine, EMS, Emergency Preparedness, Drowning
Arrhythmia, Occlusive Myocardial Infarctions, Women's Health, Airway Managment
Lindsay Davis, Assistant Professor
Sophia Dyer, Medical Director, Boston EMS; Professor
Alan Ko, Assistant Professor
Zayir Malik, Assistant Professor
Andres Mallipudi, Assistant Professor
Madeline Palmer, Medical Director for Quality and Patient Safety; Assistant Professor
Damien Szyld, Vice Chair of Faculty Affairs and Director of Innovation in Education; Associate Professor
Christian Arbelaez, MD, MPH is the new Chief of Emergency Medicine at Boston Medical Center (BMC) and Chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM).
Residency and Fellowship Information
We offer an Emergency Medicine Residency Program. As an independent academic department at Boston University School of Medicine, our EM program has become a respected leader among clinical departments.
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