Berkshire Health Systems
BMC Ranked in Top 100 Hospitals
Berkshire Medical Center has named one of the nation's 100 Top Hospitals by Truven Health Analytics, a leading provider of information and solutions to improve the cost and quality of healthcare. BMC is one of only five hospitals so honored in the entire Northeast, and one of two Massachusetts hospitals recognized in the Teaching Hospitals category.
BMC Ranked Among Top 5% of Hospitals in US for Clinical Excellence
Healthgrades, the leading national online resource for consumer information about hospitals and physicians, has again recognized BMC with a Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence. This is the second year in a row and third time since 2009 that BMC has earned this honor, placing it among the Top 5% of Hospitals in the Nation for Clinical Excellence.
Visitation Changes for BMC & Fairview
As a result of increased incidence of influenza and influenza-like illness locally, BMC and Fairview Hospital have temporarily changed visitation policy. These changes are being implemented to help prevent the spread of flu and flu-like illness among our patients and staff.
Canyon Ranch Institute Life Enhancement Program at BHS Having Community Impact
Since its launch in 2013, the Canyon Ranch Institute Life Enhancement Program at BHS has already made its mark on members of our community. Watch their powerful stories in this video and learn about how their lives have been transformed - there are two versions, a full length video and a trailer length version. Or you can click on the top picture for full length or bottom photo for trailer.
Healthcare Career Scholarship Applications
First Phase of BMC Cancer Center Complete
The first phase of the new BMC Cancer Center is complete and serving patients. View our video, read details here or take a look at our Cancer Center Fact Sheet. You can also view the BMC Cancer Care Booklet and the 2012 BMC Report on Cancer.
Meet Dr. Robert Wespiser, Primary Care Physician
“I feel most fortunate to be invited into people’s lives,” says Dr. Robert Wespiser. He didn’t need much encouragement in becoming a physician. “Foremost, my mother was a nurse, and one of my high school teachers also encouraged me,” recalls Dr. Wespiser. “It’s a choice I’ve never regretted.” More here.