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TRAFFIC ALERT: Beginning 9/1/21 at 7 am, Beverly Hospital’s main driveway will be undergoing utility repair work for approximately two weeks. Please expect traffic delays and plan extra time to get to appointments.

Beverly Hospital

 

BH-Front-450

Beverly Hospital
85 Herrick Street
Beverly, MA 01915
978.922.3000
978.524.7975 (TTY)

 

Beverly Hospital is a 227-bed, Massachusetts medical center and acute care facility that serves the healthcare needs of residents of Beverly and its surrounding communities. The hospital provides a comprehensive range of outpatient services, such as cardiology, oncology, radiology, geriatrics, women's health, rehabilitation and cardiopulmonary services. Inpatient care is available in the areas of critical care, general medicine, surgery, obstetrics, newborn special care, pediatrics and psychiatry. Twenty-four hour emergency services are easily accessible, as well. In 2006, Beverly Hospital was awarded Level III Trauma Center designation.  Beverly Hospital has been named one of the nation's "100 Top Hospitals" by Thomson.


Health Services Offered


Visiting Hours

Our hours for most patient areas are from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day. Parents are allowed in Pediatrics at any time. Visiting in the Intensive Care and Critical Care units is limited family members only, 10 minutes per hour. The hours in Maternity are 2 to 4 p.m., 6:30 to 8 p.m.

When visiting a friend or loved one, please limit the number of visitors to two at a time, since too many visitors can tire the patient and disturb others. Please do not plan on visiting if you are sick or have a contagious disease. Also do not bring food, beverages or medications without first checking with a member of the nursing staff.

When visiting a child in the hospital, parents, family members and friends may bring toys and books from home.  Before giving items to the child, please check with a member of the nursing staff to ensure that the toy is safe and appropriate for the child. A favorite toy or book can bring a child great comfort.


Driving Directions

From Route 128 North
Follow Route 128 North to exit 46 (old exit 19) in Beverly. Proceed straight ahead from the exit approximately one half-mile to traffic lights. Turn left onto Herrick Street and proceed to the hospital entrance, one eighth of a mile on your right.

From Route 128 South
Follow Route 128 South to exit 46 (old exit 19) in Beverly. Turn left onto Brimbal Avenue. Approximately one-quarter mile, turn right on Herrick Street; proceed one quarter of a mile to the hospital entrance on your left.

From Boston and the South Shore
Take Route 3 or the expressway north to Route 93 North. Follow to Route 128/95 North (exit 28A [old exit 37A] in Woburn). Follow the directions above for traveling Route 128 North to Beverly Hospital.

From the North
Take Route 93 South to Route 128 North in Woburn (exit 28A [old exit 37A]) or Route 95 or Route 1 South to Route 128 North in Peabody. Follow the directions above for traveling Route 128 North to Beverly Hospital.

From the West
From the Massachusetts Turnpike, take the exit for Route 128/95 North. Follow the directions above for traveling Route 128 North to Beverly Hospital.

Once you arrive at Beverly Hospital, you may drive directly to the Main Outpatient Entrance where there is free valet parking available. Or, you may drive directly to the free parking garage and park your vehicle there.  When you enter the hospital, you will be greeted by our access services representatives who will direct you to your appointment.


Campus Map

Find the campus map available here.


Our Campuses Are Tobacco-Free

To promote and protect better health, Beverly Hospital is entirely tobacco-free. Tobacco use of any kind will be prohibited - both inside and outside - by employees, patients and visitors.