The Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital Emergency Department is located at 1153 Centre Street, Boston, MA 02130. Click here for directions and parking information.
The waiting area is accessible through an outside entrance as well as through the main first floor lobby entrance at the front of the building. If entering through the lobby, pass the Information Desk and the elevators and take your first right and you will see the Emergency Department entrance straight ahead.
You should bring your health insurance card, a list of all the medications you are currently taking (if you do not have an accurate and up-to-date list, please bring your medication bottles with you) and any records you may have concerning your health.
We recently developed and implemented a new patient- and family-centered emergency medicine modelthat is designed to get patients into an ED bed more quickly and provide other advantages to the traditional emergency care model.
Patient- and family-centered care is important to us. Because of space limitations, there may be times when we can only accommodate one family member (or other support person) at a time to accompany a patient inside the patient care area.
For your convenience, Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital provides valet services Monday through Friday, 6 am to 5 pm (excluding holidays) at the 1st floor main entrance. There is no additional charge for valet service; customers only pay the daily rate. Patient/visitor self-parking is also available in the first floor garage and open lot. Click here for more information about parking.
The Interpreter and Translation Serviceat Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital is committed to facilitating health care for non English-speaking and deaf and hard of hearing patients through the use of professional healthcare interpreters and by translating key healthcare documents. The service contributes to the overall hospital mission by serving a diverse group of patients and their families.
Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital‘s Police and Security Officers are in the Emergency Department 24 hours a day, seven days a week. These officers are highly trained professionals, and are here to help ensure the safety and security of patients, visitors and staff.