BMC’s Yawkey building doors are now closed as an entrance as part of our ongoing efforts to enhance our campus and provide you with the best clinical care.

All patients and visitors on our main campus must enter our hospital via Shapiro, Menino, or Moakley buildings, where they will be greeted by team members at a new centralized check-in desk before continuing to the hospital. We are excited to welcome you and appreciate your patience as we improve our facilities.

Home Visit with Sonja Booker

Concerns about memory become common as people age. Our Memory Disorders Clinic team is here to help you and your family from the first signs of memory loss through late-stage dementia. In addition to diagnosis and traditional treatments, we provide caregiver education, emotional support, and more.

Our program serves people 70 years old and older. If you are under 70, please contact our Neurology team.

Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Memory Disorders

Alzheimer’s disease and other disorders of thinking and memory are different for each individual. Our multidisciplinary program specializes in the evaluation, diagnosis, and indiv…

General Neurology

BMC’s general/comprehensive neurologists work closely with our specialized neurologists across many areas to enhance our expert patient care. They practice comprehensive neurology…


The Section of Geriatrics at Boston University and Boston Medical Center is an interdisciplinary group of healthcare professionals whose mission is to address the special needs of…

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Training and Education

Boston University Geriatric Medicine and Geriatric Oncology Fellowship

The fellowship educates trainees on caring for older patients and provides them with the opportunity to develop experienced clinical judgment with hands-on experience.


Boston University Alzheimer's Disease Research Center

The Boston University Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (BU ADRC) is a National Institute on Aging Center focused on research aimed at reducing the human and economic costs of Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of knowledge.