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Fenway Health - Ansin Building
1340 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02215
2,694.0 miles away
Fenway Health’s Ansin Building home is located at 1340 Boylston Street in Boston’s West Fens neighborhood and is the largest facility ever constructed by an organization with a specific mission to serve the LGBT community. The Ansin Building is your one-stop shop for full-service medical, behavioral, dental and eye care. They also have a full-service pharmacy and offer a variety of services from HIV and STD testing to complementary, LGBT parenting services, a Violence Recovery Program and women’s health and transgender health services. Fenway Health is located near Fenway Park. The Green Line’s Fenway, St. Mary’s and Kenmore stations are all within walking distance of Fenway’s new home. You can also take the 39 Bus or the Green Line to the Museum of Fine Arts or the Orange Line to Ruggles station and walk across the Back Bay Fens to Boylston Street. And the 55 bus from Copley Square will drop you off on Boylston Street just steps from 1340. Saturday services may not be available on some extended holiday weekends.
Fenway: South End
142 Berkeley Street
Boston , MA 02116
2,695.3 miles away
Located on the second and fourth floors of the Pledge of Allegiance Building at 142 Berkeley Street, Fenway: South End offers medical and behavioral health care. It also features the Fenway Pharmacy to make filling prescriptions that much easier. Fenway: South End is located at the corner of Columbus Avenue and Berkeley Street. The closest MBTA stop is the Orange Line’s Back Bay station. There is a parking garage located around the corner on Clarendon Street, as well as street metered parking on Columbus Avenue or Berkeley Street. If you are traveling to Fenway: South End on your bike, look for public bike racks or on street bike posts where you can park and lock your bike. Bicycles are not allowed inside any Fenway Health location.
The Sidney Borum, Jr. Health Center
75 Kneeland Street
Boston, MA 02111
2,695.8 miles away
The Sidney Borum, Jr. Health Center, affectionately known as the Borum, is a program of Fenway Health that provides safe, non-judgmental care for young people ages 12–29 who may not feel comfortable going anywhere else. No one is turned away. If you are traveling to the Borum on the MBTA, the nearest subway stations are South Station on the Red Line, Tufts Medical Center on the Orange Line, and Boylston on the Green Line. If you are traveling to the Borum on your bike, look for public bike racks or on street bike posts where you can park and lock your bike. Bicycles are not allowed inside any Fenway Health location.
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