Family Medicine is primary care for individuals and families across all ages, genders, and diseases. Family Medicine providers care for all members of a family during all phases of life - infancy, adolescence, adulthood, and senior years.
Patients who receive care from Boston Medical Center's Department of Family Medicine select a primary care provider from a group of physicians and nurse practitioners who are trained to meet their healthcare needs, whether in the office, hospital, at home, or in a nursing home. This provider partners with a team dedicated to coordinating the patient's care which includes staying healthy, arranging tests to manage chronic conditions, referrals to integrated behavioral health providers and medical specialists, streamlining hospital admissions, and more.
Appointments are readily available for new and established patients.
Breastfeeding Equity Center
Program for Integrative Medicine and Health Disparities
Treatments & Services
Family Medicine is proud to provide comprehensive prenatal care for women. Skilled family physicians are trained to treat a variety of obstetrical concerns, and provide care in the Women & Infants Center when it is time for baby to be born and after baby is born. Some providers have surgical training, and are experienced in caring for women who have had, or may require a Cesarean section to safely delivery their baby. Additionally, Family Medicine is delighted to offer care for newborns.
Other services offered in Family Medicine include:
Pediatric care, adult physical exams, immunizations, mental health counseling and therapy, group support for chronic pain, massage, acupuncture, consultations with our pharmacy team and certified diabetes educators, minor procedures and treatment of Hepatitis C
BMC Family Medicine at Melnea Cass
Ryan Center for Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation
Family Medicine Inpatient / Labor and Delivery Attendings
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The Department of Family Medicine at Boston Medical Center is affiliated with the Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine. Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine faculty are pursuing research that will make a difference in the way primary care is practiced in the future, especially as it responds to the needs of under-served and minority populations. Learn more
Residency and Fellowship Information
Family Medicine Education and Training
The Department of Family Medicine at Boston Medical Center is affiliated with the Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine and offers an array of educational opportunities for medical students and post-graduates, including:
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In the morning, Caitlin shows what she typically does in the ICU and will later bring us along to her family medicine outpatient clinic, Greater Roslindale Medical and Dental Center. Caitlin and her fellow residents also answer questions about residency, Family Medicine, or BMC.
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