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Whittier’s 2019 Toast to Jim Judge HERE!

 

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Welcome to Whittier Street Health Center where we have a long tradition of caring for Boston’s neighborhoods. For more than 85 years, we have provided services that take care of the whole “you." Think of Whittier as a one-stop shop where you can come for your primary care, wellness programs, eye and dental care, and behavioral health services. Our Walk-in clinic is open and pediatric patients will always be seen -- even without an appointment.

We care for everyone, regardless of insurance coverage or ability to pay. If you do not have insurance we will help you enroll or re-enroll in the right plan. Because insurance plans can be complicated, our staff will work with you until your application is approved.Our medical team and staff are ranked among the finest in delivering comprehensive health care based on your needs and those of your community. If you have any concerns about patient care and safety at Whittier Street Health Center, please contact WSHC compliance line at 617-989-3199. If your concerns cannot be resolved at this level, then you are encouraged to contact the JCAHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare) or MDPH (Massachusetts Department of Public Health) at their 24-hour complaint line [(800)462-5540 or (617)753-8150].

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Announcements
April 2019

Toast to Jim Judge

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June 2019

Men’s Health Summit

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May 2019

Whittier Street Health Center Marks 17-Year Anniversary of President and CEO Frederica Williams

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April 2019

Thank you from our patients and dedicated employees: the Toast to Jim Judge broke a record!

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March 2019

Whittier Street Health Center has been selected by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to implement Moms Do Care- Hiring Recovery Coaches

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March 2019

Response to 2018 Department Closures/Staff Cuts

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December 2018

Whittier Street Health Center Awarded $1 Million to Implement Moms Do Care Program for Pregnant and Parenting Women with Substance Use Disorder

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November 2018

Whittier launches a Mobile Health Van to serve the homeless and to help to address the opioid epidemic

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November 2018

Message from the Whittier Street Health Center Board of Directors

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October 2018

Food Pantry Press Release: Whittier launches a Food Pantry to address the high rates of hunger in its patient population

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April 2019

April is Alcohol Awareness Month Alcoholism is a chronic disease.

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March 2019

National Nutrition Month-by Devon Brownlee MS, RD, LDN   March

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March 2019

Colorectal cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the

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March 2019

National Nutrition Month-by Devon Brownlee, MS, RD, LDN   March

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March 2019

Blog Topic: Colorectal Cancer Screening   Cancer is the second

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February 2019

February Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month: Yohanna Mendez, LMHC February

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February 2019

February 7th 2019 is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD)

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February 2019

HEART DISEASE About 610,000 people die of heart disease in

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Whittier Street
Health Center

1290 Tremont Street, Roxbury, MA 02120

Whittier Street Health Center
FREDERICA M. WILLIAMS BUILDING                                                 1290 Tremont Street
Roxbury, MA 02120
(617) 427-1000

Monday-Friday:
8:30 am to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday:
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

Whittier Street Health Center
@Quincy Commons
278 Blue Hill Avenue
Roxbury, MA
(617) 858-2550

Monday – Friday:
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m

 

Development Office:
Please call 617 989 3119
Email: Events@wshc.org

Media Inquiries:
Please call: 617 989 3283
Email: Info@wshc.org

*Please note all urgent matters please call our office. For emergencies always dial 911.