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Our Response to Coronavirus, COVID-19

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Maintenance Announcement

Regular maintenance is necessary in order to provide our patients and families with the best functionality and security. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Hospital Safety

For the safety of all, we must ask that any visitor who has confirmed COVID-19 stay home and NOT visit Boston Children’s Hospital. Please isolate at home, per the state guidelines, and consider making your visit virtually.
Patients and Visitors must wear masks while onsite at any hospital or clinic location.

Using MyChildren’s Patient Portal, you can:

view portions of your child’s health record
send messages and photos to your care team
pre-checkin, schedule, and cancel visits
view and update your contact information
view and pay your copays and bills
Due to high volume, you may experience slowness when scheduling appointments.

Mental Health Support

Need help now?
For a life threatening emergency, call 911. For immediate mental health support, call Massachusetts Crisis Services at 877-382-1609 (available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week).
Mental Health Resources

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Flu season is here

Flu Season
You can now self-schedule your flu shot or call the Practice Liason Program (PLP) at 617-919-7102 to schedule over the phone.

Our Response to Coronavirus,
COVID-19

Visiting Policy
Two visitors of any age may visit or accompany a patient at one time at all BCH locations. All visitors are required to wear a BCH-issued mask when onsite unless under the age of two.
For the safety of all, we must ask that any visitor who has confirmed COVID-19 stay home and NOT visit Boston Children’s Hospital. Please isolate at home, per the state guidelines, and consider making your visit virtually.

Numbing Cream

Numbing Cream

Is your child having a blood draw, vaccine, or other procedure that uses a needle?

Consider using a numbing cream, called LMX-4, to make the procedure easier for your child.

There are 3 ways you can get this numbing cream:
  • Talk to your care team about applying LMX-4. Nurses may apply LMX-4 numbing cream during your clinic visit, before you go to the lab, or before a needle procedure in the clinic. Please keep in mind that you will be billed for the application of this cream.
  • Purchase LMX-4 at your local pharmacy. You may want to call your pharmacy ahead of time to make sure they have it in stock.
  • Purchase LMX-4 from a reputable online retailer, such as from Walgreens.com, Walmart.com, or CVS.com.

Health Guidelines & Resources

Health Education Library Access materials describing conditions, home care and treatments
Transition to Adult Care with BRIDGES at Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Eating and Drinking Guidelines Before a Surgery or Procedure
My Hospital Story Prepare children for a visit or procedure with visual stories from

Staying at BCH

Directions Getting to Boston Children’s Hospital

Research

BioBank Contribute to our research mission and improve the medical care we provide.

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