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For more than 40 years, the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center has provided high-quality medical care to the communities of Revere, Chelsea, Winthrop, Everett, and East Boston. We look forward to taking good care of you!
The East Boston Farmers Market brings together farmers and neighbors to shop for delicious locally grown vegetables and fruit, enjoy live music, and meet friends. Thursdays, 3:00-6:30 pm, July 10-October 23 at Lewis Mall.
In June 2012, EBNHC opened the doors to our new clinical facility at 20 Maverick Square. Some departments moved to 20 Maverick, and others remained at 10 Gove Street. For a full directory of services and departments, click here.
BEWARE: Recently, phone scammers have called East Boston residents posing as EBNHC staff. The scammers try to get personal information, such as a social security number, or money from the people they call. They have targeted English and Spanish speaking people. The health center NEVER asks for social security numbers over the phone. If you get a suspicious call like this, DO NOT give out your information (or money). Take down the caller ID number if there is one, and report it to the police. If you want to check to see if the call is legitimate, hang up and call back the number you usually use to call the health center.
Enjoy the latest issue of Your Community, Your Health, the EBNHC newsletter full of health center news and information on staying healthy! You may have seen printed copies of the newsletter at many area locations. You're also welcome to read the newsletter online. Please share it! Download your copy here.
For the Spanish edition, click here.
Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development Rachel Kaprielian presented EBNHC President John P. (Jack) Cradock with a certificate of recognition from English for New Bostonians and the English Works Campaign on October 15, 2014, at the Fenway Center at Northeastern University. Click here for more details.