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Boston HAPPENS at 333 Longwood
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 Bank of America. The Boston HAPPENS program is located in the Adolescent Clinic.
Directions to 333 Longwood Ave
By MBTA Train:
Take the Green Line to the Longwood stop on either the “D” (Riverside) or “E” (Heath Street) train. Once you are on Longwood Avenue, walk down the street into the Longwood Medical campus, about a 5-10 minute walk from either train line. Our office is located at 333 Longwood Avenue, a red brick building with a Bank of America out front. The entrance to our building is through a pair of glass doors. 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, a red brick building, is across the street. Take the elevator to the 5th floor. The Adolescent Clinic is on your right.
Parking is in the Boston Children’s patient & family garage on the corner of Longwood Avenue and Blackfan Street (the entrance is on Blackfan Street). This is the only parking garage we can validate tickets for; all other area garages are private garages and can be rather expensive.
The Adolescent/Young Adult Medicine Program is located at 333 Longwood Avenue on the 5th floor. When you come out of the parking garage, cross Blackfan Street and walk up Longwood Avenue towards Brookline Avenue. 333 Longwood is the second building on the right hand side; it is a red brick building with a Bank of America on the ground floor. Take the elevator up to the 5th floor. The Adolescent Clinic is on your right.
Boston HAPPENS at MEHC
Boston Children’s Hospital at Martha Eliot Health Center
75 Bickford Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Directions to 75 Bickford Street
By MBTA Train:
Take the Orange Line to the Jackson Square stop on any Forest Hills-bound train. Exit the station onto Centre Street and turn right. Walk up Centre Street past Lamartine and then turn right onto Bickford Street (past the Bromley Heath development), a 5 minute walk from the train. Our office is located on the 1st floor of the Martha Eliot Health Center, at 75 Bickford Street. The entrance to our building is through a pair of glass doors. Check in at the front desk and they can page the screener on call to come meet you.
Free parking is available in the Martha Eliot parking lot, adjacent to Stop & Shop. You will not need validation for parking here.
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