Men’s Health Month: Take Charge of Your Health
Make eating healthy and being active part of your daily routine. A healthy diet and regular physical activity can help lower your: Blood pressure Blood sugar Cholesterol (“koh-LEHS-tuh-rahl” Weight By keeping these numbers down, you can lower your risk of serious health problems like type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Healthy Eating: Healthy eating can help […]More
June 27 National HIV Testing Day: Cyril Ubiem, Ph.D.
On June 27th, 2017, Whittier Street Health Center will join the rest of the world in observing the National HIV Testing Day. To mark this occasion, Whittier will be inviting the members of the community and hosting a HIV awareness event in our Community Education Room. The event will feature a speaker, HIV testing, free […]More
Let’s Talk About the Opioid Overdose Crisis
According to a February 2017 report by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH), a total of 11,321 unintentional opioid-related deaths were registered in Massachusetts between 2000 and 2015. In 15 years, the number of opioid-related deaths per year in the state has increased by a staggering 493%. While the long-term goal for those directly […]More
A note about Whittier and COVID-19
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak in our area, we ask all clients and patients to call ahead before coming to any of our sites. We are working to take care of most clients/patients via phone/video encounter so we can meet your ongoing healthcare needs. This is for your safety and so we can provide the highest quality of care to you while following CDC guidance for COVID-19. Please call 617-427-1000 for any questions or concerns.
Whittier will provide COVID-19 testing from 10 am to 4 pm on Monday to Friday. Following CDC guidance, we recommend testing if you have a fever AND one of the following three symptoms: cough OR shortness of breath OR sore throat. Please bring your picture identification and your insurance card (if you have insurance).