At New England Baptist Hospital, we’re committed to improving the health and well-being of residents within our Community Benefits Service Area (CBSA). Through our Community Benefits Department, we work in collaboration with the area’s residents and key community health stakeholders to address the health needs and priorities identified by this assessment.
New England Baptist Hospital’s Community Benefits Service Area includes: Mission Hill/ Roxbury, Brookline, Chestnut Hill and Dedham.
Led by the Community Benefits Advisory Committee (CBAC), we strive to address the most pressing health needs in each community based on the most recent Community Health Needs Assessment.
The Community Resource Guide was developed to highlight health and social service resources available to the community. As a disclaimer, the listings within this guide are designed as informational and are not to be interpreted as recommendations or endorsements.
To learn more about the CHNA findings, visit the BILH Community Commitment page.
To learn more about how New England Baptist Hospital is working with our communities to address the leading health issues, visit our Community Benefits Reports:
New England Baptist Hospital welcomes any comments you may have on our most recently conducted CHNA and implementation strategy. Please submit your comments by email or mail them to Christine Dwyer, Director, Community & Government Affairs, New England Baptist Hospital, 125 Parker Hill Avenue, Boston, MA 02120.
Visit Beth Israel Lahey Health’s website to learn more about how we are improving health equity across the communities we serve.
New England Baptist Hospital is an active neighbor in the communities we serve. For questions on our community benefits programs or community relations activities, please contact Christine Dwyer, Director, Community & Government Affairs, by email or at 617-754-5403.