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We've taken steps
to ensure you are
safe with us.

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We understand there is still anxiety about going anywhere, including to the doctor or a hospital while COVID-19 remains in the community. That’s why we’ve taken a number of steps to ensure you are Safe with Us:

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It’s important that you continue to get the medical care needed to be well. Please call your physician’s office with any questions. Also, do not delay seeking help should you have chest pain, difficulty speaking, numbness in the arms or legs or severe abdominal pain. If you believe you are having a true medical emergency, call 911.

Learn about the safety measures we have put in place

Current entrances

There are five entrances open to collect a required mask when visiting or checking in for an appointment.

Updated visitor policy

as of April 15, 2021

Visitors must wear their mask at all times while in the Medical Center.

Visiting patients at Tufts Medical Center:

Pediatric Inpatient

Pediatric patients coming for an appointment

OB inpatient


Due to the new travel order, visitors must attest that they have not traveled outside of Massachusetts to a high-risk state over the past 14 days. If they did travel to a high-risk state, they must attest that they have quarantined for 14 days and/or have received a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of their return to MA or during their 14 day quarantine. A negative COVID-19 test must be provided at visitation check-in if they have not quarantined for 14 days. Each visitor is required to present this documentation upon each visitation to the Medical Center.