Boston Children's Hospital - 2012 Reports

Click on a hospital unit below to see its 2012 Staffing Reports:

A well-staffed unit is not only defined by the number of caregivers included in the team, but by the carefully chosen members of each team depending upon the needs of each patient and the unit overall.

The “Unit Type” column below contains definitions the hospitals have provided for their floors.

Unit Name Unit Type
10E - Surgery 20220 Pediatrics - Surgical
10NW Surgical / Orthopedics Pediatrics - Surgical
10S - General Surgery Pediatrics - Surgical
11S - Intermediate Care Program Pediatrics - Step-Down - Medical
11S - Medical ICU Pediatrics - Critical Care - Medical
6E Clinical Research Pediatrics - Medical - Oncology
6N Hematology / Oncology Pediatrics - Medical - Oncology
6W BMT Pediatrics - Medical - Bone Marrow Transplant
7N Neonatal ICU Neonate Level III/IV Critical Care
7S MICU Pediatrics - Critical Care - Medical / Surgical Combined
7W - Adolescent Medical Pediatrics - Medical
8E Cardiology / Cardiac Medicine Pediatrics - Medical - Cardiac
8S ICU Pediatrics - Critical Care - Cardiothoracic
9E Medicine Pediatrics - Medical
9N Neurology / Neurosurgery Pediatrics - Medical / Surgical Combined - Neurosurgery / Neurology
9S School Age Medicine Pediatrics - Medical
BA5 Psychiatry Behavioral Health - Child/Adolescent
Emergency Department Emergency Department

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A note on Acronyms: Hospitals name their units in various ways. Some carry the names of the generous benefactors who helped fund them – “Smith 5” or “Adams 2” – while others carry an acronym – ICU (Intensive Care Unit) – explaining the type of care provided in the unit. Others merely contain a location in the hospitals, such as 5 West, or M7. 
Click here for an explanation of these many acronyms.