Your well-being and safety is our primary focus at BID Milton. Following Governor Baker’s announced plan to reopen Massachusetts in a data-driven, phased approach, BID Milton is slowly resuming some healthcare services with a focus on patient and staff safety.
These services include scheduling some high-priority surgeries and procedures as well as outpatient evaluations, tests and appointments.
Many of the hospital’s physicians also continue to offer “telehealth services (Please see below).
Please see the illustration below for the 5 Ways We Are Helping to Keep You Safe.
Acute Care Hospital Phase 1 Reopen Attestation Form
During the COVID-19 public health emergency to date, in order to ensure Massachusetts’ health care system had the capacity to address the pandemic, some health care services and procedures needed to be limited or put on hold temporarily, while many services were conducted remotely using telehealth. Emergency services and other essential health and human services continued during this time.
As of May 18th, 2020, the Commonwealth issued new guidelines to hospitals and health care providers in accordance with the state’s four-phase reopening plan, to allow some non-emergency procedures or deferred care that may now need attention. Information about the reopening plan is available at the Commonwealth's Reopening Website.
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton, Inc. has submitted the Acute Care Hospital Phase 1 Reopen Attestation Form to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) on May 21, 2020. By having submitted this form, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton, Inc. attests to meeting the Phase 1 criteria and standards in the DPH Hospital Reopening Guidance.
To protect the health of patients and staff, the hospital is restricting visitors at the present time.
The only visitors allowed are one essential escort per patient in outpatient areas. Both patient and escort will have to pass a verbal screening before being allowed into the hospital. We appreciate your understanding.
BID Milton continues to limit access to the hospital to protect patients and staff. Below are the current hours the hospital’s entrances are open:
Emergency Department: 24 hours
Highland Street Entrance: Monday – Friday, 6 am – 5 pm, Closed weekends
Reedsdale Road Entrance: Closed at this time