New England Baptist Hospital DOES NOT have an emergency department or urgent care centers. Consistent with guidelines from Beth Israel Lahey Health and the Governor‘s executive order, 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 and donation information. Click here for information about COVID-19.
To effectively facilitate the requests of media reporting on news and events at NEBH, the Department of Public Affairs has established the following guidelines for reporters requesting information or interviews:
Media must arrange all interviews and photo shoots with NEBH staff or patients in advance through the Department of Public Affairs.
To ensure confidentiality, privacy, and appropriate sensitivity to patients and families, reporters,film crews, and photographers must always be accompanied by a Public Affairs staff person while on the Hospital campus.
Media will be met by a Public Affairs staff in the lobby and escorted to the appropriate location in the Hospital. Members of the Media will be given parking validation.
No patient information will be given to the media without consent from the patient.
Patients who agree to be interviewed or filmed at the Hospital must provide written consent to Public Affairs.