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Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine physicians and nurse practitioners are specialists in the diagnosis, treatment and compassionate care of adults across the spectrum from health to complex illness. What is a doctor of internal medicine.

Common problems managed in Internal Medicine include:
-Diabetes
-Hypertension (high blood pressure)
-Asthma
-Kidney Failure
-HIV
-Substance abuse
-Depression
-Heart disease

Call (617) 822-8710 for
Same day appointments - call before 9 AM
RN call-in hours Monday through Friday 8-9 AM
All Internal Medicine services - prescription refills, referrals, appointments or to reach a member of your medical team. 

Hours:

Monday 8am-9pm
Tuesday 8am-9pm
Weds 8am-6:30pm
Thursday 8am -9pm
Friday 12pm -5pm
Saturday 9am-1pm (located in FM2)

The internal medicine department includes physicians who speak Haitian Kreyol, Spanish, French, and Arabic. 

We offer specialty care including:
Cardiology (heart disease)
HIV/AIDS
Geriatrics
Nephrology (kidney diseases)
Substance abuse including Suboxone treatment for opiate addiction

The internal medicine department is actively involved in training future physicians and nurse practitioners including medical students from Boston University and resident physicians from Boston Medical Center, Brigham and Women's, Carney and Massachusetts General Hospital. All students and residents are closely supervised by Internal Medicine providers. Involving a student or resident in your care is a great way for you to help train the next generation of providers.

Internal Medicine Providers