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Medical Care

Fenway Health’s Medical Providers are Committed to Helping You Live a Happy, Healthy Life

Fenway Health’s Medical Providers are Committed to Helping You Live Your Life to The Healthiest. Our medical patients are connected with a primary care team, which includes a primary care provider and a registered nurse who are actively involved in your care. You may select a primary care provider at the Ansin Building (1340 Boylston Street) or at Fenway: South End (142 Berkeley Street). If you are a teen or young adult, you might consider becoming a patient at Fenway’s Sidney Borum, Jr. Health Center (142 Berkeley Street).

Depending upon your preference, your primary care provider may be a physician, physician’s assistant, or nurse practitioner. You may request a male or female provider or a Spanish-speaking provider.

Your primary care provider serves as a team leader and coordinates all routine medical care: exams, lab tests, medical imaging, diagnosis, and treatment. In addition, your provider is concerned about emotional and lifestyle factors—such as stress, diet, substance abuse, or high-risk sexual behavior—that affect your health.

Fenway Health considers trans health care to be an integrated part of primary health care. All medical providers at Fenway Health are trained in and provide trans care, including hormone treatments.

Want to become a Fenway Health patient?  Call us at 617.927.6000.

Specialty Care/Referrals

Your Fenway Health provider may refer you to our medical specialists. Areas of specialty at Fenway include infectious disease, gynecology, psychiatry, gerontology, dermatology, nutrition, and podiatry. If a required specialty is not available at Fenway, your provider will refer you to a specialist through our partner network.

If you would like to request a referral from your provider to a specialist, please gather the following information:

  • Your name, phone number and date of birth
  • The name of your Primary Care Provider
  • The name of the specialist you are requesting an appointment with
  • The specialist’s hospital, phone number and fax number
  • Your insurance carrier and insurance ID #
  • Date of next appointment
  • Reason for referral

Once you have gathered the information, you can request a referral in one of three ways:

  • Call the referral request line at 617.927.6130 and leave a detailed message.
  • Send an email to the Referral Department.
  • Send a fax to the Referral Department’s attention at 617.247.3460.

Are you a new patient? Click here to access important forms.

Ansin Building

Fenway: South End

Sidney Borum, Jr. Health Center

MyFenway is Now MyChart

Patients can use MyChart to request prescription refills and referrals online, as well as communicate with some providers. 

Questions? Email

Requesting Medical Records

To request a copy of your medical record, please download the medical records release form (PDF) and then fax it to 617.425.5713 or mail it to Medical Records, Fenway Health, Ansin Building, 1340 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02215.

Autorización de Fenway Health para divulgar información de salud protegida.

A Fenway provider is always available, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

If you are a Fenway Health patient in need of urgent care and it is outside our normal business hours, please call 617.267.0900 and follow the prompts to reach the On-Call provider.

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