Two departments at Brockton Hospital reopen after electrical fire in February

Two departments at Brockton Hospital reopened Tuesday, roughly six months after a fire forced the entire hospital to close back in February, a hospital official confirmed.

The hospital’s Wound Services and Infusion Therapy departments are back open for scheduled procedures in the Brockton Hospital building, according to Signature Healthcare’s website.

Emergency crews responded on February 7 after an electrical fire broke out inside the hospital. The response grew to 10 alarms and hundreds of patients and staff were forced to evacuate.

Brockton Hospital remains closed after fire, putting strain on first responders, patients

Most of the hospital departments were moved to other locations while repairs are made at the hospital, including Good Samaritan Medical Center, and Mass. General Brigham.

While the wound and infusion departments have reopened, there were still no emergency services at Brockton Hospital as of Tuesday.

Here’s a list of all outpatient services, locations, and hours.

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