Directions to BMC

Visiting BMC

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By Subway

Take advantage of Boston’s public subway system –  the “T.” The MBTA also provides an extensive bus, rail and water transportation public transit system that reaches destinations inside and outside of Boston.

Visit the MBTA site and use their Trip Planner (http://www.mbta.com/) just type in your starting point and destination to see how easy it is to reach BMC. It’s available in six languages. And, learn about the ‘CharlieCard,’ a reusable, reloadable card you’ll need for the fare.

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Red Line

Subway, Train Station / Bus to BMC

Commuter Rail into South Station from:

Bus Terminals at South Station:

Dudley Square Bus Station

Buses to BMC

Green Line

Subway, Train Station / Bus to BMC

Orange Line

Subway, Train Station / Bus to BMC

Blue Line

Subway, Train Station / Bus to BMC

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For Select Practices
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For Questions or Assistance Making a Medical Appointment 

Call: 800.841.4325 toll-free


Call or Email
Privacy Officer

1.800.586.2627

DG-PrivacyOfficer@bmc.org

Boston Medical Center
Yawkey Ambulatory Care Center
ATTN: HIPAA Privacy Officer
850 Harrison Avenue, BR-09B
Boston, MA 02118


Call Medical Records
617.414.4213


Medical Records Office for Mailing or Hand Delivering Authorizations or Picking Up Documents
Boston Medical Center
Health Information Management (Medical Records)
Release of Information Unit,
Basement Yawkey Building
850 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA 02118

Helpful Phone Numbers

Main Switchboard for
general information
Call: 617.638.8000

Office of Patient Advocacy
Call:  617.414.4970
 
Patient Billing
Call: 617.638.6157

TTY
Call: 800.439.2370

More Helpful Phone Numbers


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Quick Links

BMC Connect for Patients
Provider Directory
Community Health Centers
Request Medical Records
Directions to BMC
BMC Campus Virtual Tour
Accessibility Information

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BMC Campus Map
Inspire Newsletter
Patient’s Bill of Rights