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The Department of Plastic and Oral Surgery provides consultations and surgical services at the Boston Children's Hospital main campus. We also offer select services at other locations listed below:
We strive to make you and your child's experience coming here, and staying here, as pleasant and stress-free as possible.
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Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your appointment. Traffic and parking in the Longwood Medical Area can be difficult and take more time than anticipated. Please take this into account when you leave for your visit.
Parking is available in the Boston Children's Parking Garage at a discounted rate with a validated ticket.
For patients and families residing outside of the United States, please contact Boston Children's International Health Services. The center facilitates the medical review of patient records and appointment scheduling and provides assistance with customs and immigration, transportation, hotel and housing accommodations.
To help keep your time with us moving smoothly, we're now offering Boston Children's MyWay, a free mobile app with step-by-step directions to help you get around many of our locations.
MyWay also connects you with Boston Children's support services like our Center for Families or Child Life Services, and has listings for local restaurants, hotels and fun things to do with the kids while in the area.
Download Boston Children's MyWay on your iPhone or Android smart phone.
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