St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, a Boston University teaching hospital, is home to a 308-bed campus in the heart of Boston’s Brighton neighborhood, where patients receive tertiary care for patients. At St. Elizabeth's Medical Center, we reach beyond hospital walls, into the surrounding communities, to address the most prevalent health- and wellness-related needs of our community members. Guided by a careful analysis of community needs, St. Elizabeth's Community Health Program aims to help those most vulnerable to make life-changing improvements in health and address social and economic factors that impact overall well-being.
As part of the determination of needs (DoN) process, steered by the MA DPH and SEMC’s commitment to investing in the community, this RFP will provide funding to groups in our community who are providing quantifiable, evidence-based and sustainable initiatives to our community with a focus on ensuring equitable care is accessible to all, particularly those of diverse backgrounds.
The SEMC DoN RFP is now live.
You can view the full RFP here, along with the response template here.
RFP responses are due by 5:00 pm sharp on Monday, November 8, 2021. Late submissions are not eligible for funding. Proposals should be electronically submitted to [email protected]
- Questions and answers discussed during the information session are available here.
- If you have further questions, please email to [email protected] and we will try to address as quickly as possible.
Please review the RFP to the fullest, as it contains important and useful information for your response.