Adobe Intern Community Guide - Boston

HOSPITALS AND EMERGENCY SERVICES Most hospitals are either non-profit and operate with the help of endowments or are privately owned and operate for profit. A small number of hospitals are primarily subsidized by government funding. There are a variety of options for hospitals in the area. Below is a list of some local health care facilities: - Newton-Wellesley Hospital - Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital – Chestnut Hill - New England Baptist Hospital - Boston Medical Center Urgent Care Facilities For urgent, but not life-threatening, medical concerns that occur after hours or cannot wait for an appointment with a regular physician, urgent care centers can be found throughout the area: - Partners Urgent Care - Find a location near you! Many urgent care centers are open from the early morning until late in the evening during the week and maintain weekend and holiday hours. Just as with a visit to the doctor, an urgent care center will always need your insurance information. Although the staff will file a claim to receive payment from your health insurance provider, a co-pay may apply at the time of treatment. SHOPPING Newton is known for its excellent shopping. Fantastic grocery stores, high-end retailers such as Bloomingdales, as well as numerous specialty boutiques make Newton a great spot for shoppers. Piccadilly Square Open-air, multi-use center featuring shopping, dining, and entertainment – located in Newton Square. Hospitals focusing on the care of children include: - Boston Children’s Hospital

The Shops at Chestnut Hill An upscale shopping mall located in the Chestnut Hill section of Newton.

CambridgeSide Galleria Over 100 stores and restaurants

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