Mass Eye and Ear Infirmary Invests in Upgrades

The Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, a NEC member, is making investments to upgrade its existing buildings to maximize the use of space.

As the number of patients have increased in recent years, so has the need to create greater capacity. “We do feel that we’re busting at the seams,” said CarolAnn Williams, chief financial officer and vice president for administration and finance for Massachusetts Eye and Ear.

In response to this demand, the hospital is investing in 50 different projects at its various locations to increase space efficiency. Those include building out the clinic in Boston’s Longwood medical area, upgrading infrastructure and equipment at the main campus along the Charles River in Boston, investments on inpatient infrastructure and physician recruitment, and renovating research labs.

The New England Council congratulates Mass Eye and Ear on the improvements and their continued effort to maximize patient care.

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