Family Medicine / Primary Care
Established in July of 1997, the Department of Family Medicine at Boston Medical Center and the Boston University School of Medicine was the first such university-based department in the city of Boston. Headed by Brian Jack, MD, the department provides regional and national leadership in family medicine education, research and clinical care.
Family practice is the medical specialty concerned with comprehensive health care for the individual and the entire family. It is the specialty of breadth that integrates the biological, clinical and behavioral sciences. The scope of family practice is not limited by the patient's age or sex, condition or disease.
Family practice doctors at BMC take care of managing all your health care needs, whether you are well or ill. With an emphasis on long-term continuing care and disease prevention, we are here to serve you and your entire family; from infants, toddlers, school-age children, teens, young adults, pregnant women, adults and seniors. In short, we care for your whole family, one person at a time.
We practice in nine locations throughout the city for added convenience:
- Boston Medical Center
- Greater Roslindale Medical and Dental
- Boston University Charles River Medical Practice
- Codman Square Health Center
- East Boston Community Health Center
- South Boston Community Health Center
- Uphams Corner Community Health Center
- Mattapan Community Health Center
Comprehensive primary care for the individual and the entire family