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Friday, October 12, 2007

Directions and Info on Spaulding



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Driving Directions

From the North

• Take Route 93 South to exit 26 (Storrow Drive/Cambridge). Stay in the right lane. - or - Take Route 1 South to the exit for Storrow Drive/North Station. Stay in the right lane.
• Follow signs for North Station. Stay in the right lane for Nashua Street/North Station.
• The first traffic light provides access to Nashua Street.
• If coming from Route 93 exit ramp, bear right onto Nashua Street.
• Otherwise, if coming from Route 1 exit ramp, turn right onto Nashua Street.
• Spaulding is on the left at the next traffic light.

From the South

• Take Route 93 North to exit 26 (Storrow Drive/Cambridge).
• Stay in the left lane, and follow signs for North Station.
• The exit bears left and then becomes two lanes. Get into the right lane (follow signs for North Station).
• At the first traffic light, bear right onto Nashua Street.
• Spaulding is on the left at the next traffic light.

From the West

• Take Route 90 East (Massachusetts Turnpike) to Boston. Take exit 24B to Route 93 North.
• Then take exit 26 (Storrow Drive/ Cambridge). Stay in the left lane for North Station.
• The exit bears left and then becomes two lanes. Get into the right lane (follow signs for North Station).
• At the first traffic light, turn right onto Nashua Street.
• Spaulding is on the left at the next traffic light.


More information on the main hospital and a virtual tour are available here.

Come visit us
-Sean

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Leah and I are headed down to Boston from Vermont Oct. 26th to visit Courtney. If anyone wants to carpool or start a caravan let me know. I told Courtney I'd wear my halloween costume, so you should too. I think she'd love it.

Give a call: 802.355.2466

See ya then, Amber

mom said...

Thanks Sean for posting Mike’s prose. They are truly words to live by. Mike, thanks for your words of inspiration and your kind and caring ways…you made our stay at Fletcher Allen easier and I really enjoyed your visits.
I have also been very lax about writing about the wonderful care and doctoring Courtney received at Fletcher Allen Health Care. To all the concerned doctors who worked on Courtney, all the caring, devoted nurses and assistants in, first, the ICU and secondly Baird 4: without you this outcome would not have been the same. This miracle girl has come leaps and bounds since Sept.12th and we can’t thank you enough! To Baird 6, where Courtney worked part time for over a year: Thank you to all who supported Court and came down to visit, signed her card and sent the adorable teddy bear…Just knowing how much you care means so much to all of us.
Thank you to all of Court’s friends, our extended family now, for your constant visits, and uplifting company! You are a major component in Court’s rehabilitation.
Courtney is settling in quite nicely here at Spaulding. At first she was quite apprehensive…who wouldn’t be, this place is huge and somewhat intimidating at first. The warm staff soon consoled us all and things move very quickly around here That’s how Court likes it…it’s not fast enough for her liking but her body says otherwise. She is now doing physical, occupational and speech therapy. It is exhausting for her especially since she still has her same old lifestyle routine of sleeping late in the morning and up all night. Yes, she still is doing that but seems to sleep about three hours a night and then fall asleep around 6:00a.m. for about four hours. She is going to get her routine switched around to sleeping nights again soon.
Last but definitely not least I would like to thank Megan, Liz, Erin and Nick of 34 University Terr. In Burlington. You will never know how much your generosity means to us. To everyone who cooked or brought food for us, whether it was American ,from Belize or where ever… Wow…. it was so yummy!! We all loved everything. To all our families all over this country and abroad, your love is constant and unyielding. To Gary, Meg and Jay: what a wealth of support and information! THANK YOU ALL FOR EVERYTHING YOU HAVE DONE AND CONTINUE TO DO. I LOVE YOU ALL…
Julie

Lauren said...

I went to go visit Courtney yesterday. She was sitting up by the window in a nice recliner chair talking away. It was great to see her, and not only was it great to see her but it was great to KISS her!! :) I asked Julie if I could give her a kiss goodbye before I left, and Courtney immediately leaned towards me and puckered up. (Don't be jealous Sean)She has made such incredible progress since the last time I've seen her. Her trachea tube was capped off in the hopes of removing it all together on Monday. What an amazing friend.

Lauren said...

I went to go visit Courtney yesterday. She was sitting up by the window in a nice recliner chair talking away. It was great to see her, and not only was it great to see her but it was great to KISS her!! :) I asked Julie if I could give her a kiss goodbye before I left, and Courtney immediately leaned towards me and puckered up. (Don't be jealous Sean)She has made such incredible progress since the last time I've seen her. Her trachea tube was capped off in the hopes of removing it all together on Monday. What an amazing friend.