Founded in 1900, Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital has met the health needs of Jamaica Plain, the surrounding suburbs and the people of southwestern Boston for over 100 years. At Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital, the community hospital partner of the world-renowned Brigham and Women's Hospital and member of Partners HealthCare, we believe there's nothing more rewarding than making connections with our community by providing excellent patient care and resources to our neighbors. Our 171-bed hospital offers complete medical, surgical and psychiatric adult inpatient care, and a full complement of emergency, ambulatory and diagnostic outpatient services.
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On June 15, we officially shut down our onsite COVID-19 testing tent, which has been in operation since March 18. In that time, 3,944 tests were performed with an average of 52 patients per day. The tent operated for 87 days, seven days per week, closing fully only for Easter and Memorial Day, for a total of 586 hours in operation. Thank you to all who helped make this testing site a success!
Drive up testing continues (by appointment only) out of a new centralized location for BWFH/BWH patients. If you think you may have been exposed to COVID-19, contact your primary care physician or our Emergency Department to learn more.
Today marks the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth: America's second independence day. On June 19th, 1865 slavery was officially ended in the United States when Un ... ion Gen. Gordon Granger issued an order to emancipate slaves in Texas. Once a Confederate state, Texas had resisted abolition throughout the Civil War and for more than two years after President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation.
Celebrations of African American communities' rights to freedom occur all over the country. While slavery ended on this day, racism did not. Celebrating this holiday is more important now than ever. May today be a day of celebration and important dialogue at the Brigham, and in your own lives.
Recently, we learned that a patient was going to be celebrating their 98th birthday while here at BWFH. With the patient unable to have visitors, our staff sprang into action! Johanna Baldassari, NP, met the patient's family members outside and took photos as they gathered with balloons.
Johanna then contacted BWFH Director of Patient Experience Nichole Aguiar, LCSW, CPXP, who enlisted Jacqueline Bowers and Ashley Wong, RN (pictured), both currently serving as staff entrance screeners, to print the photos and decorate a birthday poster. The poster was then delivered to the patient as a surprise on her special day.
"We love to find small things we can do for patients to brighten their days," says Aguiar, "so when we get a tip like this, we jump to make it happen." Great work, everyone!
This week, BWFH's Community Health team is addressing food insecurity in our highest risk communities. Together with Off Their Plate , they distributed ~300 meals in Dorchester today to those in need. Tomorrow they'll be at Brookside Community Health Center in Jamaica Plain 12 to 1 and at Brigham and Women's Faulkner Community Physicians in Hyde Park on Friday 12 to 1. Anyone in need of a meal is welcome to stop by!