Brockton Hospital

Brockton Hospital remains closed with no emergency services.

The temporary closure of Brockton Hospital/Signature Healthcare has impacted all of us in Brockton and the surrounding areas who count on the hospital for critical treatment. The City of Brockton’s first priority is the health and safety of its citizens. That is why we are working closely with Signature Healthcare and all the impacted agencies to ensure continuity of healthcare, convenient and safe access to emergency medicine and urgent care, and access to behavioral health services.

What has the City been doing to support the recovery efforts and continuity of care for residents?

Mayor Robert Sullivan has gathered a group consisting of representatives from impacted organizations like Signature Healthcare, Good Samaritan Medical Center, South Shore Hospital, Father Bill’s Main Spring, Highpoint Treatment Center, and Brewster Ambulance Service; organizations that are willing to step in and lend a hand like Brockton Neighborhood Health Center, BAMSI, the Veterans’ Administration, Boston Medical Center, and BEMA; and support organizations like the Brockton Police and Fire Departments, the Board of Health, and the Department of Health and Human Services. The Mayor has been conducting several meetings per week with the group to check in and provide support where needed.


For all of the latest updates on Brockton Hospital/Signature Healthcare, visit


Doctor's office (call your primary care physician)

  • Cold, flu, and sore throat
  • Ear, sinus, or urinary tract infections
  • Headaches and muscle pains
  • Stomach pains, nausea, diarrhea, or constipation
  • Minor scrapes and bruises

Walk-in urgent care

  • Sprains
  • Minor cuts or burns
  • Dehydration
  • Pink eye
  • Minor animal bites or stings
  • Rashes or other skin issues
  • Primary care concerns (if unable to see primary care provider)

Emergency Department

  • Chest pain or difficulty breathing
  • Serious burns, cuts, or lacerations
  • Head or eye injuries
  • Fainting, changes in mental state, or slurred speech
  • Broken bones or dislocated joints
  • Weakness and/or numbness on one side


Call 911 or go to the closest Emergency Room

As you might expect, area emergency rooms are experiencing very high patient volume. If your issue is not a life-threatening emergency, please consider going to an Urgent Care Center near you or calling your Primary Care Physician.


  • Members of Brockton Neighborhood Health Centermay go there for urgent care. You must be a member of BNHC to use their services.
  • Signature Healthcare has two Urgent Care Centers in Brockton. Available for anyone.
    • 110 Liberty Street Hours of operation are seven days per week, 7:00 am – 9:00 pm.
    • 650 Center Street Open seven days per week, 24 hours per week


The City of Brockton is committed to caring for all of our citizens, and our most vulnerable citizens have unique needs. The Hospital closure has created a shortage of options for people with behavioral health and substance-use disorders.

Brockton’s social services team, the Board of Health (BOH), Brockton Emergency Management Agency (BEMA), and the Council on Aging (COA) have been interfacing with unhoused residents to assess needs and to provide information on options for care.

For behavioral health and substance-use disorder issues, please consider contacting:

Champion Plan 
(police assisted substance use services: detox, CSS, outpatient, Medication assisted treatment/ provide NARCAN)
142 Crescent Street, 1st Floor, Brockton, MA 02302

High Point Treatment Center
Brockton Outpatient
30 Meadowbrook Road, Brockton, MA 02301

74 Pleasant Street, Brockton, MA 02301
508-583-3405 or 857-919-4721
(harm reduction services, substance use services, needle exchange, testing for HIV, HepC, Syphilis, Chlamydia, and Gonorrhea/ provide NARCAN and clothing when able)

Brockton Behavioral Health Center
34 N Pearl St, Brockton, MA 02301
Email for referrals: [email protected]