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by Ms. Kayli Lakin DDS 10 min read

How many beds does Boston Medical Center have?

For more information, see our information sharing FAQ.. Boston Medical Center (BMC) is a 514-bed academic medical center located in Boston's historic South End, providing medical care for infants, children, teens and adults.

What is MyChart?

MyChart is the best way to receive care over the phone or your computer, including virtual visits and messaging your provider.

How do I use MyChart?

To sign up for MyChart, click here. You’ll be asked to fill out information about yourself, including your address, date of birth, and email address. Please note that it will ask for part of your Social Security number. This is necessary to verify your identity before we can share medical records. Or, your doctor will give you an activation code to sign up.

Is BMC releasing notes?

Because of a new federal rule, BMC will be releasing notes and results without a time delay to MyChart. As of November 16, you, and anyone you've given MyChart access to, will see test results without a time delay, a summary of what you told the doctor or nurse, findings from exams, your doctor's assessment or diagnosis of any medical conditions, and your treatment plan and next steps. We hope this information will help you take care of your health the best you can. For more information, see our information sharing FAQ..

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