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It is no secret that the healthcare system today is difficult to navigate. For that very reason, we have decided to offer our free VIP Program to residents in the MetroWest region. At MetroWest Medical Center, we believe that our inside knowledge of the healthcare landscape will help you and your family access hospital services when necessary, assist with physician selection, and help you maximize your health insurance benefits and minimize your out of pocket expenses.

Our FREE VIP Program assures you access to high quality health care close to home, personalized service by trained Personal Health Guides familiar with the services at MetroWest Medical Center and lower out-of-pocket expenses. For more information, about our VIP Program call 855-847-8477 or complete the form below.

Program Benefits:
  • Easy access to high quality, reasonably priced health care services consistent with your health insurance
  • Maximize benefits and minimize out of pocket expenses
  • Personalized assistance for all health care needs
  • VIP phone number and web site to help you easily access health care services
  • Free valet parking for patients
  • Registration preference for hospital sponsored events & classes
  • More benefits added all the time, making this a smart choice for you and your family
  • Access To A Personal Health Guide:
    Your Personal Health Guide will be available to help you choose the right doctor for you and your family, assist you in scheduling appointments and will help you to navigate the health care system with ease.

    How Does Our Program Work?
    Once you are enrolled in our free VIP Program, call 855-847-8477 (toll free) to speak with your Personal Health Guide. We promise to provide you with the personal attention you and your family deserve.

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