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Diversity at BMC

Kate Walsh, CEO

"Diverse leadership and teams are key to fostering respect, collaboration, and innovation and in turn to providing the highest quality health care. BMC's rich history of diversity and inclusion allows us to serve the needs of our patients today and to prepare for the future."

- CEO, Kate Walsh

Diversity Is At Our Core

Boston Medical Center is committed to creating and sustaining an inclusive workplace where employees are valued and engaged, not in spite of, but because of, our differences – whether seen or unseen.

We believe that there is strength in diversity. Diversity enables the success of our mission; ensuring that we are a caring, open place to work and that our employees reflect the communities we serve.

Jobs for Veterans

Our Veteran and Active Duty members at BMC understand and are committed to the delivery of exceptional care without exception. They hold a variety of positions from front line clinical staff engaged with our patient population to administrative and leadership roles. We advocate and support veteran, active duty members and their families working at BMC. We have several benefits that make it affordable and convenient to serve our nation while serving our patients. For more information about positions please email [email protected]. Below is a video from one of our current leaders in our Trauma program on the impact his service to our nation has increased has enabled his natural transition to civilian service at BMC.


Our Employees

Latchman Hiralall, Food Pantry Manager

Meet Latchman Hiralall, Food Pantry Manager

After emigrating from Guyana 29 years ago Latchman Hiralall began working at BMC, which has been his first and only place of employment since then. During his time at BMC, he has earned his degree in Food Systems Management and is now a registered dietetic technician. He spends most of his day helping to give dietary-restricted food to patients who are referred to him by their clinicians. Patients are referred by their clinicians for a balance of fresh and packaged food to support their unique dietary needs.

The food pantry currently serves an average of 7,000 patients per month and brings in approximately 12,000 pounds of food each week from the Greater Boston Food Bank and other sources, such as Ocean State Job Lot.

Our Patients

Ligardine Myrthal, former patient at BMC

Meet Ligardine Myrthal, former patient at BMC

Ligardine Myrthal's life turned tragic when she was rushed to the operating room for an emergency cesarean section. Her unborn baby's heart had stopped beating and now every second was crucial to the baby's survival. Her daughter, Serena, was born moments later, limp and virtually lifeless.

After seventeen agonizing minutes, Serena's heart began beating; however, BMC's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit knew that only extraordinary measures could save Serena from a lifetime of disability due to the oxygen deprivation her brain had suffered. In response, the team initiated a Cool Cap protocol to rapidly cool Serena’s brain using flowing water for three days. Serena is now growing into a happy toddler.

Diversity In Action

Office of Minority Physician Recruitment: Established to recruit and retain underrepresented minority physicians. Watch The Video

Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery: Comprehensive trans-friendly services including behavioral health, endocrinology and surgery.

Women's Health Group: State-of-the-art women's services aimed at providing health care to women across the social spectrum.

Community Connections

BMC has long-term relationships with many diverse community based service organizations and professional associations connected to careers in health care, education and programs for youth.

  • Big Sister Association of Boston
  • Boston Area Health Education Center (BAHEC)
  • Boston Collegiate Charter High School
  • Boston Private Industry Council’s Job Shadow Day
  • Cristol Rey Boston High School
  • Madison Park Development Corporation
  • NAACP (Boston Chapter) Summer Job Pipeline to Leadership Youth Program
  • 5th Annual Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts' Jobs Rebuild Boston Community Conference and Career Fair

Recent Sponsorships

We are proud to partner with organizations that share our commitment to community and professional development.

  • Asian American Civic Association Annual Gala
  • Black History Breakfast, Multicultural Symposium Series
  • Boston Business Journal’s Leaders in Diversity
  • Color Magazine’s Annual Diversity and Inclusion Programs
  • Greater Boston Muslim Health Initiative
  • NEHRA’s Annual Diversity & Inclusion Gala
  • Roxbury YMCA Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Celebration
  • YWCA Boston’s 21st Annual Academy of Women Achievers Celebration Luncheon
  • YWCA Lead Boston Class at BUMC
  • YMCA Training Inc., Annual Partners Celebration Breakfast

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Awards and Recognitions

Beckers Hospital Review: 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare
YMCA Training Inc. Greater Boston
= Leader in LGBT Healthcare Equality
New England Regional Black Nurses Association Inc.
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HealthCare's Most Wired Award