150 York Street, Stoughton, MA 02072 781-344-0600
Patients requiring complex medical care, averaging 25 to 30 days and following an inpatient hospitalization, are cared for by New England Sinai Hospital's professional team at our main campus in Stoughton, Mass., and at our inpatient satellite unit at Carney Hospital in Dorchester, Mass. Many patients are admitted directly from the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of Boston hospitals as well as from local community hospitals. Most of these patients suffer from an array of chronic illnesses and complex medical condition, that require the expertise and coordinated medical and clinical care offered in a long-term acute care setting.
With the largest long-term acute care pulmonary program in Massachusetts, invasive and noninvasive ventilation capabilities and outstanding success with ventilator weaning, New England Sinai Hospital provides inpatient care for patients with a variety of respiratory diseases and conditions.
Sinai's dedicated medical and clinical staff also excel in the medical management of patients who are admitted with multiple conditions. These experienced medical professionals work as a team in providing the complex medical care required by many long-term acute care patients and are supported by the hospital's ancillary services, including laboratory, radiology and pharmacy.
Since every patient at New England Sinai Hospital is unique, our patients are carefully evaluated to identify the appropriate rehabilitative therapies for optimal recovery. In addition to respiratory, physical, occupational and speech therapy, some patients require specialized medical services provided at Sinai, which include dialysis (Hemo/PD), telemetry, oxygen saturation monitoring, pulmonary rehabilitation and airway/tracheostomy management.
New England Sinai Hospital's multidisciplinary hospital staff provides high quality, safe, long-term acute care. Members of the Sinai care team include physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, nurses' aides, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, respiratory therapists, case managers, clinical dietitians, social workers, neuropsychologists and pastoral care providers.
At Sinai, we take care of our patients’ religious and spiritual health, too. The pastoral care staff, available to patients, families and Sinai team members, provide comfort to all faiths and to those with no religious affiliation. Our chaplains offer a listening ear and assistance in circumstances such as end of life decisions, ethical dilemmas, change in status or goals of care, grief, loss, and spiritual distress. They are available for counseling, prayer, administration of sacraments, bereavement, faith-based rituals and worship.
For additional information regarding our inpatient services call 781-297-1600.