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Visitation Information

New England Baptist Hospital DOES NOT have an emergency department or urgent care centers. NEBH will postpone and reschedule all elective surgeries and outpatient activities until it is safe to return. Emergent and clinically necessary surgeries and clinically necessary outpatient appointments will continue to ensure continuity of care, patient safety and expected outcomes. Click here for more information. Click here for donation information. Click here for information about COVID-19.

Patient Education

Video Education Series

The New England Baptist Hospital Video Education Series will prepare you for your upcoming joint replacement or spine surgery. It will give you a glimpse of the process ahead, and provide you with important details to make your surgical experience as comfortable as possible.

Pre-Operative Classes

Effective March 14, 2020, all Patient Education classes are canceled.  Patients are encouraged to watch our video education series above prior to their surgery.  Should you have any questions about the video content please email our orthopedic clinical navigator at nehowie@nebh.org.

New England Baptist Hospital offers Pre-Operative Educational Classes for patients and their families to attend prior to having joint replacement surgery and spine surgery at NEBH. Classes are taught by a nurse and physical therapist or occupational therapist.

Joint Replacement Email Series

To help you prepare for your upcoming surgery, we will send you customized information, news, and resources tailored to your specific stage of preparation or recovery. Sign up today.

 

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Infection Prevention

Every year, hundreds of thousands of patients develop infections in hospitals around the nation—infections that can cause complications and increase the risk of readmission. That’s why preventing post-operative infection must be a vital component of any successful surgical program and why, at New England Baptist Hospital, we’re committed to reducing our infection rates to zero. Our orthopedic infection rate continues to be extremely low, and our performance on nationally recognized best practice measures is near perfect. Learn what we do to prevent infections, and what you can do to help.


Medication Safety

Medication errors are one of the most common causes of harm to patients. Learn about the programs our healthcare team has successfully implemented to prevent errors so that you can be confident in your safety.


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