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Medicare Performace Measures


Above the national average


Above the national average


Below the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Below the national average


Above the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Below the national average


BOSTON, MA 02215

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is one of the world's leading hospitals, located in Boston, MA.

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Suffolk County, MA.

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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I could not say enough good things about this place. The staff here is above and beyond any hospital I have ever been in. I would recommend this hospital for any type of an emergency. I almost died and this place now has me on full recovery a fast Speedy Road To back to being normal. Everyone here and I mean everyone from the person that cleans the hospital rooms to the doctors and everyone in between have all been so nice I have never met a nicer relationship before. (in the last week)

When my family member was medflighted to the establishment I asked for a social worker. I was told she left at 4PM and they don't see patients on day 1. The hospital is challenging to get to and once you have arrived even the validated parking is expensive. Yet no one seems to be able to help with resources for family members. Turns out you can buy a parking pass at the Pilgrim Garage ( 5 days for $35.00). Most rooms are semi private. Our experience is the hospital is too large and patient care is not well coordinated or communicated. Many questions such as "do you have an audiologist?" where answered with " I don't know". Our family member has been there for 5 days so far and I have never spoken to the same nurse, doctor, or "fellow" doctor. When someone you love is in critical condition and away from family and friends it is a very scary experience. When I finally did reach the social worker she was helpful and my family member did have 2 amazing nurses . Hence the 2 stars. If we were given an option I would have chosen one of the other surrounding hospitals. (3 months ago)

While on vacation on Cape Cod from Alabama my husband was brought here to Beth Israel from a hospital on the cape by ambulance. What we thought was just a bad gallbladder ended up being sepsis from infected gallbladder and blocked bile duct. During the procedure to insert drainage tubes in his side, my husband coded and was resuscitated successfully. The staff at this Hospital has been exemplary. We could not have had better treatment anywhere. From the parking valet, to the custodians to the wonderful nurses and pcts to the wonderful doctors. There are too many doctors to name or even remember them all except for the amazing dr. Andrew Ahn! My husband and I are both talkative and inquisitive people. Not one member of the staff made us feel that we were wasting their time or keeping them from other patients. We were allowed to ask as many questions as we wanted and even just chit-chat about inconsequential things. What could have been a tragedy has been turned into a blessing. We thank God for you all. (in the last week)

Best, most professional, most friendly staff. Had a better surgery experience than I could've ever asked for (in the last week)

Although the hospital itself seems to offer good care. The rooms at least in the Farr building for patients are extremely small, no room to move around, most rooms are over crowded. It's not even comfortable enough for a family member to stay. Also the parking in the Pilgrim garage is tight and overpriced considering this is used for people receiving direct care or for family visiting patients. Maybe it's because they don't have the real estate but it could use some serious updates. (2 months ago)

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