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Child Neurology Residency Training Program Life in Boston

Boston is a medical paradise like no other, with three major medical schools and some two dozen hospitals. It’s also a fun place to live, with interesting people and unmatched cultural and recreational offerings.

Our town

Boston is a city of some twenty diverse and vibrant neighborhoods bordered by Cambridge and Brookline and tied together by a network of subway (“T”) and bus lines.

It boasts world-class museums, theater and music—the Longwood Medical Area even has its own orchestra. It’s also a legendary sports town where Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics and Bruins players pay frequent visits to Boston Children’s patients.

Hiking and biking in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts, skiing in New Hampshire or Vermont, touring the mansions of Newport, Rhode Island, exploring the rugged coast of Maine or relaxing on the beaches of Cape Cod are all within a couple of hour’s drive.

Need housing assistance?

The Harvard Housing Office, offers listings of apartments, condominiums, houses and rooms for rent or sale, information on finding a roommate, lists of local, short-term accommodations, lists of movers and self-storage facilities and more. The office also offers “affordable” apartments at the Trilogy, 170 Brookline Avenue, near the Longwood Medical Area. For more information, visit huhousing.harvard.edu or call 617-496-7827.

Other good sources of housing information:

Craig’s List

MIT European Club

Lease Guarantee Program

Boston Children’s Hospital has implemented this program for all residents and fellows who are paid through the hospital to help ease the pressure of the high cost of housing in the Boston area. If a landlord requires advance payment of the last month’s rent and/or a security deposit, the hospital will guarantee payment according to the lease guaranty procedure. In return, the resident or fellow agrees to reimburse Boston Children’s for any payment the hospital makes. For more information, call the HR Employee Service Center at 617-355-7780.

Work/Life Supports

Many of our residents are juggling work and family responsibilities. A variety of programs are available to help.

The Longwood Work/Life Liaison

This Harvard Medical School office provides information, resources, referrals, educational programs and support to those combining work lives with family needs. hms.harvard.edu/humanresources/worklife-harvard-longwood

Office of Clinician Support (OCS)

The OCS provides a safe, confidential place to talk for anyone who does clinical work with patients, including trainees. The program assists clinicians with any problem they may be having, whether it be work-related or personal. The OCS is staffed by mental health clinicians familiar with working in the hospital environment and is available seven days a week. 617-355-6705

Employee Lactation Support Program

This program provides support, information and lounges for nursing mothers. 617-355-0005.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Confidential services are available 24/365 from our EAP provider, KGA. kgreer.com

Boston Children’s is so much more than a hospital—it’s a community of researchers, clinicians, administrators, support staff, innovators, teachers, patients and families, all working together to make the impossible possible. ”
- Sandra L. Fenwick, President and CEO

Boston Children's Hospital
300 Longwood Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
For Patients: 617-355-6000
For Referring Providers: 844-BCH-PEDS | 844-224-7337

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