Brigham and Women’s Health Care Expanding Primary Care at Patriot Place Location
Phase I of project expected to be completed in June.
Brigham and Women’s / Mass General at Patriot Place is expanding its world class health care center to offer more primary care and specialty clinics in Foxborough.
“Biggest demand the health care center has is for primary care and that is where they are focusing [the expansion project] for primary care and some other specialty clinics,” said Patriot Place General Manager Brian Earley.
Earley said Brigham’s expansion project will take place on the third floor of the health care center with phase I of the project expected to be completed in June.
“Third floor was never fully built out and Brigham had an option on that and exercised that option because they needed to expand,” Earley said.
More recently, the health care center expanded its Saturday hours to open at 8 a.m. and handle the increased demand on weekends, according to Earley.
Earley said Brigham and Women’s / Mass General Health Care Center has made a significant impact to Foxborough and the surrounding communities it serves because it provides everything from day surgery to primary care and urgent care.
“It is a thriving medical center and the addition to urgent care was a huge benefit to the area and the community of Foxborough,” Earley said. … “I’m really looking forward to seeing bigger and better things from the health care center.”
Foxborough Board of Selectmen vice chair Mark Sullivan called the health care center Patriot Place’s “greatest asset” during a general discussion of the dining, shopping and entertainment complex with Kraft Group members Tuesday.
“I think it is the biggest attribute to the town and surrounding communities and I really appreciate that,” Sullivan said.