Phone: 617.414.4075Hours of Operation: Open 24 Hours a Day
If you are having an emergency, call 911.
BMC offers state of the art emergency care in an equitable and compassionate manner. We offer in person or web-based interpreter services for over 150 languages.
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, please call:
- Pediatric (0-21) - 617.414.4991
- Adult (22 and older) - 617.414.4075
BMC offers state of the art emergency care in an equitable and compassionate manner. We offer in person or web-based interpreter services for over 150 languages. 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.
The Emergency Department at Boston Medical Center
The Emergency Department (ED) at Boston Medical Center provides 24/7 cutting-edge, comprehensive, team-based 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. We have a specialized pediatric emergency department staffed by board certified pediatricians and pediatric emergency medicine specialists. Our team consists of experienced emergency medicine attending physicians, advanced practice providers, emergency medicine residents, Emergency nurses, patient care techs, mental health specialists, social workers and case managers.
Partner with our community to deliver exceptional, accessible, and equitable emergency care, while aspiring to eliminate preventable injury and disease
The Boston Medical Center Emergency Department provides compassionate, culturally humble, and sensitive high-quality acute care to our patients while addressing the biopsychosocial needs of our diverse population, training the leaders of tomorrow, and advancing health outcomes in our community through scholarship and advocacy.
The BMC ED strives to achieve health equity, racial and social justice, and departmental diversity. As a team, we work to create and foster an inclusive and safe environment. We celebrate diversity in our patients, staff, faculty, trainees, and our surrounding community, including but not limited to all genders, races, ethnicities, languages, sexual orientations, religions, socioeconomic backgrounds, health status, country of origin, and abilities. Using education, research, and advocacy, we work to address and alleviate acute medical and social health disparities. Additionally, we take aim at upstream structural drivers of health to impact deep-rooted threats to equity.
Acute Care and Trauma Surgery
Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Psychiatry Emergency Services
Programs and Services
Project ASSERT (Alcohol and Substance Use Services, Education, and Referral to Treatment) provides screening and brief intervention to patients in BMC's Emergency Department. Project ASSERT's team members counsel patients whose alcohol and/or drug use was directly and indirectly implicated in their need for emergency services.
Faster Paths to Treatment
Grayken Center Clinical Resources
Violence Intervention Advocacy Program
Christian Arbelaez, MD, MPH
Cristopher W Amanti, MD
Annemieke Atema, MD
Vonzella A Bryant, MD
Medical Education, DEI
Avery E Clark, MD
Emily C Cleveland Manchanda, MD, MPH
Victoria A Coburn, MD
Lindsay M Davis, MD
Andreas Dewitz, MD
Kathryn S Dyer, MD
James A Feldman, MD
Gabriela Guez, MD
Emergency Medicine, Medical Education
Lori L Harrington, MD
Gabrielle A Jacquet, MD
Health Equity, Global Health, Limited English Proficiency, Medical Education
Thea L James, MD, MBA
health equity, emergency medicine
Megan M Leo, MD
Judith A Linden, MD
Gina M Lopez, MD
Trauma informed care, complex care delivery and workplace safety
Brendan G Magauran, MD, MBA
Zayir Malik, MD
pain management, medical education
Andres Mallipudi, MD
Kelly C Mayo, MD
Kerry K McCabe, MD
emergency and trauma care
Steven M McGuire, DO
Ron Medzon, MD
Elizabeth L Mitchell, MD
Andrew Mittelman, MD
Resident/Trainee education, Resident burnout and attrition, resuscitation leadership, post-exposure prophylaxis
Krithika M Muruganandan, MD
Advanced Emergency Ultrasound, Global Health
Katherine E Northern, MD
Madeline Palmer, MD
Elissa M Perkins, MD, MPH
Christopher W Russell, MD
Kevin M Ryan, MD, MBA
Emergency Medicine, EMS, Emergency Preparedness, Drowning
Jeffrey I Schneider, MD
Graduate medical education, wellness and vitality
Jordan A Spector, MD
Stephanie N Stapleton, MD
Airway interventions, care of the ventilated patient
Demian Szyld, MD, EdM
Simulation Based Education
Laura A Welsh, MD
Arrhythmia, occlusive myocardial infarctions, women's health, airway managment
Brian J. Yun, MD, MPH, MBA
Jennifer P Emerson, NP
Max H Lynd, PA-C
The Clinical Training Center at Boston Medical Center
Boston Medical Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, and all donations are tax deductible. If you have any questions about giving, please call Our Development Office at 617.638.8990 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christian Arbelaez Appointed Chief of Emergency Medicine at Boston Medical Center
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).
The Emergency Department is continually engaged in a wide array of clinical research relevant to our patient population. Topic areas include opioid use disorder, infectious disease management, and use of interpreter services, among many others.
Residency and Fellowship Information
We offer a PGY1-4 Emergency Medicine Residency Program, with 14 residents per year. As an independent academic department at Boston University School of Medicine, our EM program is a respected leader among clinical departments.
If you are a medical student interested in applying for a rotation, or to our residency program, go to https://www.bumc.bu.edu/emergencymedicine/clerkships/
We offer fellowships in EMS Administration, Ultrasound, and Global and Local Health Equity.
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