If you would like to become a Fenway Health patient, please call us at 617.927.6000.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ask the Docs is an online service of Fenway Health that allows gay and bisexual men and transgender people to get answers to questions about their medical, sexual and mental health. Ask the Docs a question now.
The mission of Living Well is:
Learn more about Living Well and upcoming events here.
Fenway Health has been caring for gay and bisexual men since we opened our doors in 1971. We diagnosed New England's first AIDS cases in the early 1980s and continue to provide care and support for people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. We provide supportive and sensitive care regardless of a person’s sexual orientation, gender identity, age, race, religion, or ability to pay.
Discrimination in the health care system and social stigma often make gay and bisexual men hesitant to seek or continue medical care. Fenway Health provides high-quality primary medical and behavioral health care in a safe, affirming environment. We excel in caring for the whole person and work with all of our patients to empower them to make healthy decisions in their day-to-day lives.
Fenway Health's services for gay and bisexual men include:
Fenway Health has reopened its historic space at 16 Haviland Street, which has served the LGBT community for 40 years. Fenway: Sixteen serves gay and bisexual men, as well as the LGBT community as a whole, all right here in the community. Click here or call us at 617.267.0159 to find out more!
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Want to become a Fenway Health patient? Call us at 617.927.6000.