For over 150 years, Boston Medical Center has served the people of Boston with top doctors, nurses, and staff dedicated to fulfilling our mission of providing accessible care for everyone. We bring our mix of innovative care, cutting-edge research, and inclusive programs to achieving this mission, at both our 514-bed hospital and in the communities where our patients live.
We believe that everyone has the right to health and wellness, so we provide not only traditional medical care in our primary care clinics and 70 specialties, but also programs and services that enhance overall health. In addition, we offer world-class trauma and emergency services and operate the busiest center for these services in New England.
As an academic medical center, BMC is building the future of health care. Our world-renowned researchers oversee over 660 research projects in a wide variety of areas, and as the principal teaching affiliate of Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine, BMC is devoted to training future generations of health care professionals.
At BMC, our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) is the basis of all our work. Nearly 30 percent of our patients speak a primary language other than English, and so we offer all our services in over 160 languages, including Spanish, Haitian Creole, and Cape Verdean Creole. We also work to promote DEI on a systemic level, by leveraging our strengths in clinical care, research, and community partnerships to transform health care and advance health justice.
BMC’s clinical expertise and commitment to equity have been consistently recognized by organizations across the country, including Magnet designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center and a ranking as the #4 most racially inclusive hospital in the US by the Lown Institute. We have also been recognized by the federal government, U.S. News, Human Rights Campaign, Becker’s Healthcare, and more.
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