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The Neonatal and Congenital Anomaly Neurosurgery Program is located at Boston Children's Hospital main campus on the second floor of the Hunnewell Building
Enter through the revolving door of the new main ENTRANCE of the hospital and take immediate left towards FEGAN elevators.
Take the FEGAN elevators to the first floor.
Upon exiting the FEGAN elevator on the first floor, turn left and follow signs for the HUNNEWELL building pointing left.
At the end of the hall and turn right down the ramp, and another left at the bottom.
Go all the way down the hallway to elevator A in the rotunda; take the A elevator to the 2nd floor.
Check in at the front desk.
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