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There are many ways you can help children and their families get the care they need.
Children and teenagers aren't just small adults—their bodies are still developing and require care from pediatric specialists, unique support services, and medicine and radiation doses adjusted specifically for them.
At Boston Children's at Lexington we have over 52 pediatric specialties and services:
From 128 North or South:
Take exit 31B. Go approximately 1/4 mile and bear right into the jug-handle turn (which will allow you to make a U-turn on Bedford Street). Stay in the left lane of the jug handle. Take a left at the light. The entrance to the Boston Children's at Lexington is the first driveway on the right after the turn.
Boston Children's at Lexington is easily reachable by public transportation.
Take the MBTA Red Line train to Alewife then take the #62 (Bedford V.A. Hospital - Alewife Station) MBTA Bus route. The bus will drop you off at the entrance of the building.
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A story in the latest edition of the Lexington Minuteman recognizes Boston Children’s at Lexington for its 20 years of outstanding service to the community. Read testimonials from patients and parents, and find out how our staff cares for kids “from the time they are born until they finish graduate school.
The future of pediatrics will be forged by thinking differently, breaking paradigms and joining together in a shared vision of tackling the toughest challenges before us.”