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Getting Ready for Your Surgery
(For Longwood Patients)

One Medical Passport is a web-based program that allows you to enter your medical information securely online. Prior to your surgery, you will receive an informational telephone notification. Some patients will also receive an email or additional phone call from our staff depending on your medical history.

In an effort for our team to prepare for all your needs, you may be asked by your surgeon’s office to go online and enter your medical history. It is essential that you complete this as soon as possible.

Please call us at 617-573-3720 if you encounter any issues with the One Medical Passport program.

At the time of accessing One Medical Passport, you may want to have available:
• Past medical history
• Current medication list

Upon arrival to Mass. Eye and Ear, Longwood, please go to the second floor (level 2 of the parking garage.) From the lobby, follow the signs for the Surgical Center.

If you have a fever or cold the day before scheduled surgery, please contact your surgeon’s office.

Healthcare Proxy/Advanced Directive

Your Advanced Directive is the document that names the person (your Healthcare Proxy) who you would like to make medical decisions for you if you are unable to make them for yourself. Please bring this with you if you have completed this
form.

Health Insurance Information

If you have questions about your health insurance benefits, please contact your insurer. Our financial counselors can inform you about financial assistance that may be available. Please call 617-936-6158.

See also the health insurance page.

Evening Before Surgery

It is very important that you are well rested before your surgery. Please get as much rest as possible. On the evening before your surgery, write down the name and contact number of the person taking you home from the Surgical Center. You will be asked for this information when you get to the Surgical Center.
 

Important Information for Patients

Please click on the links below for important information you will need to review before your surgery.

Letter to Patient

Pre-Operative Guide for Patients and Their Families

Infection Prevention Tips

Medication List

Map and Directions (800 Huntington Avenue, Boston)