As COVID cases decline, Mass General Brigham has closed their central vaccine clinics. To find a vaccination site in a location near you, please visit vaccines.gov, vaxfinder.mass.gov, vaccines.nh.gov; text your zip code to 438829; or call 1-800-232-0233.??
Please note, Mass General Brigham is offering vaccines at many primary care and some specialty offices alongside visits. You can find out if a COVID-19 vaccine is available at an upcoming visit by contacting your doctor’s office.
As part of our continued efforts to protect our patients, visitors, staff, and the community, facility-issued face masks are required in all Mass General Brigham locations, including in inpatient areas, emergency departments, outpatient settings, and peri-procedural areas.
- When you arrive at our facilities, you will be given a procedural or surgical facemask to wear. If you have a face covering from home, you will be asked to replace it with the facemask we provide to wear during your stay or visit. Patients and visitors who choose to wear their own face covering must wear the facility-issued facemask on top.
- Inpatients must wear the facility-issued facemask while outside of their room and when staff or visitors enter the room.
- There may be some locations where you could remove your facility issued facemask, for example, to eat or drink in our cafeterias.
Covid-19 PCR Testing
Virtual urgent care
Mass General Brigham offers convenient, high-quality virtual urgent care services if you an established Mass General Brigham patient in Massachusetts. If you have concerns about COVID-19 or COVID-like symptoms, you can virtually and securely connect to a provider. Learn more about virtual visits
Mass General Brigham offers multiple types of COVID-19 support to patients, including a COVID-19 Nurse hotline (617-724-7000) and the COVID-19 Screener tool. Learn about the many resources available to you. Learn more
Community vans offering vaccines and vaccine information in multiple languages
Mass General Brigham operates mobile vans that visit communities that have been hardest hit by COVID-19. The vans travel to the communities weekly. They offer walk-up vaccines as well as vaccine information and resources in multiple languages. They do not currently offer COVID-19 testing. The mobile van schedule is here..