Phone Number

Milford Regional Hospital Phlebotomy Department
14 Prospect St.
Milford, MA 01757
United States

Resource Type
Autism Welcoming Initiative
Central-West /
Greater Boston /
MetroWest /
Northeast /
Age Ranges
Adulthood (22+) /
Infants and Toddlers (0-4) /
School-Age (5-13) /
Transition-Age (14-21)
Languages Spoken
Milford Regional Medical Center

With nine convenient locations and over 70 staff members, Milford Regional’s laboratory services provide easy access to quality healthcare. Many of the sites have extended hours making it convenient for you to attend to the health of the entire family. Their sites are designed to be welcoming and their staff has been trained to be sensitive to your personal needs and concerns. Visit any one of these locations to fulfill your laboratory order and get the test results back to your doctor quickly:


Hill Building (in the hospital) 14 Prospect St. Milford

Franklin 1280 West Central St., Franklin

Northbridge 100 Commerce Drive, Northbridge

Hopkinton 1 Lumber St. Hopkinton

Mendon 12 Uxbridge Rd Mendon

Medway 68A Main St Medway

Additional Autism Welcoming sites include Franklin/ Wrentham, Edward Kennedy and Dana Farber; however these sites are closed and only available to patients for these locations.

The Milford Regional Phlebotomy Department is NEWLY certified in Autism Welcoming. Staff are trained about autism and how impactful accommodations to those that visit can make a significant difference. Some of the ways the Phlebotomy Department will do this is by providing enhanced communication with families and individuals on how staff can make their patients’ specific experience more comfortable. This may include calming tools, “practice times,” visual supports and an overall welcoming atmosphere. Please notify the check in desk of any special accommodations you would like, such as a calming kit, visual support, or other sensory friendly accommodations. 

What is an Autism Welcoming Business?

Autism Welcoming businesses make simple, but impactful accommodations to support individuals and families with autism. They are trained by Autism Alliance staff and partner together to create a supportive environment. Learn more about our Autism Welcoming Initiative