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Massachusetts General Hospital
55 Fruit Street
Boston, MA 02114
617-726-2000 (main switchboard)

Massachusetts General Hospital is conveniently located in downtown Boston, and it is accessible by automobile and public transportation. Parking is available at the hospital; but, as with any large city hospital, parking can be limited during peak hours.

To visit the Reproductive Endocrinology department:

Follow the directions to Mass General.
Once at the main campus, take North Grove Street,
take a right onto Parkman Street,
and then a left onto the circular drive.

Reproductive Endocrinology is to the right,
in the Bartlett Hall Extension Building – on the fifth floor.

GETTING TO MGH

by Automobile
from Logan Airport by Subway
from Logan Airport by Automobile
by Public Transportation: MBTA
by Commuter Rail

Click here for a Map of the MGH Main Campus Buildings

Click here for a Map of MGH Main Campus Floor Plans

Getting to Mass General by Automobile

From the North:

     By way of Storrow Drive

     By way of New Chardon Street

From the South:

     By way of Storrow Drive

     By way of Causeway Street

From the West

From the East


Getting from Logan Airport to Mass General Hospital

By Subway:
Monday through Friday
Click here for: MBTA SUBWAY SCHEDULE

By Subway: Saturday and Sunday
(When the Blue Line ends at Government Center)

By Automobile:

Getting to Mass General by Public Transportation

By Subway

Click here for: MBTA SUBWAY SCHEDULE

In Boston, the subway system is known as the MBTA - the Mass Bay Transit Authority - commonly called the "T." It comprises four lines, each known by a color: Red Line, Blue Line, Green Line and Orange Line.
The easiest line to Mass General is the Red Line, Charles Street/MGH station.

Please note that this station is not currently handicap accessible. The Green Line, Haymarket T-stop is the nearest handicap accessible stop.

Directions to the Charles Street/MGH Station


By Train (Commuter Rail and Amtrak)


CLICK HERE FOR MBTA COMMUTER RAIL SCHEDULE

The Commuter Rail consists of AMTRAK trains which function as part of the "T."

They are distinguished by the color purple; and sometimes called the Purple Line, but, more often, they are simply called the Commuter Rail.

To get to Mass General by Commuter Rail or by regular AMTRAK service from another city, take a train to either South Station or North Station.

 

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