1.New England Sinai Hospital
150 York St
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Worst ever, there were a number of good persons but the system as a whole failed. Nurses failed to notice problems and did not properly relay information to doctors.When I brought up the fact that my
2.Metrowest Medical Center
67 Union St
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I am a very demanding and pretty knowledgeable patient, and have had a lot of experience with big Boston hospitals. I had surgery a couple of months ago and once again, I was reminded why I stick to L
3.Metrowest Medical Center-Framingham Union Hospital
115 Lincoln St
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4.Franciscan Hospital for Children
30 Warren St
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5.VA Boston Healthcare System, West Roxbury Campus - U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
1400 Vfw Pkwy
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300 South St
This place is one flew over the coockoo nest...DO NOT GO HERE IT IS A HELL HOLE.The facility old dirty and filled with rats..The staff is the worst that could ever be imagined..They treat everyone as
800 Washington St
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