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Boston Children's Hospital
333 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
We are across the street from the main entrance of Boston Children's Hospital, in the same building as the Harvard Coop and Bank of America.
By MBTA Train:
Take the Green Line "D" (Riverside) or "E" (Heath Street) train to the Longwood stop. Take a left after exiting the train and another immediate left onto Longwood Avenue. Walk straight about four blocks. You will see the Harvard Coop on your left. Entrance is just past the Coop. Take the elevator to the 5th floor. The Adolescent Clinic is on your right.
By MBTA Bus:
From Ruggles Station, take the CT2, 8 or 47 bus to Longwood Medical Area. Get off at Boston Children's Hospital and the 333 Longwood building is across the street. Take the elevator to the 5th floor. The Adolescent Clinic is on your right.
*Please note that these driving directions take you to the main hospital. Across from the main hospital, at 333 Longwood Avenue, 5th floor, is the location of the HIV testing clinic.
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