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Boston Children's Hospital - Moyamoya Program
Address: Hunnewell Building, 2nd Floor
Boston Children’s Hospital
300 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
Hunnewell Building, 2nd floor
The Moyamoya Disease Program is located 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.
The Boston Children's International Health Services is a dedicated resource for patients and families from countries outside the United States. International Health Services:
facilitates the medical review of patient records
assists with scheduling appointments
provides assistance with customs and immigration
helps coordinate transportation
assists with arranging hotel lodging and other housing accommodations
You may contact the International Center by phone at 01-617-355-5209 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
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