For Patients

Compassionate Care

Compassionate care is at the heart of our approach to patients and their families. From welcoming caregivers into the treatment process to providing group training opportunities that allow patients to learn from one another, we strive to make the entire experience as supportive and healing as possible.

Our community kitchen offers complimentary breakfast, lunch and snacks. Throughout the day between appointments, patients can
be found relaxing in the low-light quiet room, catching up with work or family via wireless internet in our lounge, or watching a DVD and playing games in our media room. The BostonSight apartment, a short walk from our facility, is available to out-of-town patients for a small fee.

SJS Kids Week 2010 - Julie and Stephanie sport their new t-shirts


Our scheduling coordinators are available to assist you with care coordination and finding support services, including transportation, and lodging. For more information, please call us at 781-726-7337.


March 18, 2020: Update Regarding Device Packaging and Hand Washing

At BostonSight we are taking every precaution possible to limit interaction with devices, however many hands touch the packaging on its delivery route, from delivery drivers to the sorting staff at parcel companies.  In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are asking that you please discard any device packaging and then wash your hands generously prior to handling the device and device cases.


March 16, 2020: Patient Alert: regarding Lobob ESC

With the continued shortage of Optimum by Lobob ESC, we recommend BostonSight patients instead use Miraflow Extra Strength Daily Cleaner available at

"Patient-centered care starts with considering the patient as a whole person: values, beliefs, cultural Dr. Carrasquillo hugs a patient and his mothersensibilities, and personal situation. All of these become an integral part of clinical decision making—ultimately treating every patient not as a number or a statistic, but with the care, dignity, and compassion that they deserve.”
— Dr. Karen Carrasquillo

Linh being examined