Refugee Women's Health Clinic
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Our mission is to provide comprehensive and culturally sensitive women's health services to refugee, asylum seeking, and recent immigrant communities in the Greater Boston area.
Our patients come from over 20 different countries. Our providers speak Spanish, French, and Haitian Creole.
Interpreter services, both in person and phone, are available to patients in over 30 languages.
- Pregnancy and postpartum care
- Annual check-ups
- Gynecologic care
- Contraception counseling
- Surgical consultation
- Medical affidavit writing for patients seeking asylum
- Consultation regarding Female Genital Cutting
No one is turned away because of lack of funds. We welcome people who may need support with health insurance and addressing transportation, food, and housing needs.
The Boston Center for Refugee Health and Human Rights (BCRHHR) is a key program of the BMC Immigrant & Refugee Health Center (IRHC), a cross-departmental Center at BMC that provides one central place through which BMC's immigrant and refugee patients can get connected with the physical, mental and social services they need to heal and thrive.
Ingrid St. Hill
Ingrid manages scheduling and referral for clinic visits as well as visits dedicated to providing a medical affidavit.