Find Suffolk County Massachusetts hospitals, children's and pediatric centers, patient care & medical facilities, urgent care, emergency room, ambulance, and EMS emergency services. Hospitals provide information on patients, healthcare, medical procedures, doctor visits, and medical insurance.
Arbour Health System 49 Robinwood Avenue Boston MA 02130 617-522-4400
Arbour Hospital 49 Robinwood Avenue Boston MA 02130 617-390-1491
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center 330 Brookline Avenue Boston MA 02215 617-667-7000
Boston Children's Hospital 300 Longwood Avenue Boston MA 02115 617-355-6000
Boston Medical Center 840 Harrison Avenue Boston MA 02118 617-638-8000
Boston Shriners Hospital 51 Blossom Street Boston MA 02114 617-722-3000
Boston University Medical Campus 715 Albany Street Boston MA 02118 617-638-4086
Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital 1153 Centre Street Boston MA 02130 617-983-7000
Brigham and Women's Hospital 75 Francis Street Boston MA 02115 617-732-5500
CareGroup Healthcare System 375 Longwood Avenue Boston MA 02215 617-975-5000
Caritas Saint Elizabeth's Medical Center 736 Cambridge Street Boston MA 02135 617-789-3000
Carney Hospital 2100 Dorchester Avenue Boston MA 02124 617-296-4000
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute 450 Brookline Avenue Boston MA 02215 617-632-3000
Franciscan Hospital for Children 30 Warren Street Boston MA 02135 617-254-3800
Hebrew Rehabilitation Center 1200 Centre Street Boston MA 02131 617-363-8000
Jewish Memorial Hospital & Rehabilitation Center 59 Townsend Street Boston MA 02119 617-442-8760
Kindred Hospital Boston 1515 Commonwealth Avenue Boston MA 02135 617-254-1100
Lemuel Shattuck Hospital 170 Morton Street Boston MA 02130 617-522-8110
Massachusetts Department of Public Health Bureau of Hospitals 250 Washington Street Boston MA 02108 617-624-6000
Massachusetts Eye and Ear 243 Charles Street Boston MA 02114 617-523-7900
The Emergency Treatment and Labor Act gives individuals the right to emergency care regardless of their ability to pay. Nevertheless, Hospital staff will ask for insurance information, if possible, upon a patient's arrival. Hospitals are not obligated to treat uninsured patients that are not experiencing an emergency.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act entitles all patients to have access to their medical records. Most Hospitals will require an authorization form and picture identification before releasing medical records. In rare cases, a Hospital may withhold certain information, such as psychotherapy notes.
Hospitals develop a list of charges for each of the Hospital's procedures and supplies. The list, referred to as the Chargemaster, covers thousands of items and forms the basis for billing patients and third party payers.