Health care should be a right, not a privilege.
Fenway Health’s mission is to seek health equity by delivering healthcare, education, research, and advocacy, enhancing the wellbeing of all people in our neighborhoods, including those affecting by HIV/AIDS. We see over 30,000 patients each year, providing high-quality, culturally competent, and compassionate care at our three clinics, offering primary care, radiology, family medicine, behavioral health, and dental and eye care services. We partner this work with our internationally recognized, innovative research center, The Fenway Institute, and our public health arm, AIDS Action Committee. These divisions work in tandem with the health center, providing wraparound services, deepening the knowledge available to our providers, and allowing our patients and clients to be active participants in the research process, broadening the positive impact they can have on their own communities.