Welcome to the

Charlestown High School Health Center

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Located behind the Main Office on the First Floor

Open 7:30 am - 3 pm Monday-Friday on school days

Call 617-241-0209 for more information

Health Center Services

Urgent Medical Care

Sick Visits

Physical Exams

Immunizations

Sport Physicals

Acute & Chronic Illness

Nutrition Counseling

Health Education

Sexual Health

Laboratory Screenings

Patients of the High School Health Center are eligible for referral to health and social service agencies. Patients can receive any of these and additional services at our

15 Tufts St. location.

Meet Our Staff

Julie Cordy

Nurse Practitioner

Camila Bernasconi Fernandez

Community Health Worker

Catherine Yang

Clinical Social Worker

Katherine Mukai

Licensed Social Worker

Get Vaccinated!

Not sure when you can get a booster?

Find out here!

Please note, to schedule a vaccine appointment, you must be registered with Massachusetts General Brigham. If not, please call 866-211-6588 to register. Please remember to bring your vaccination card.

FAQs

Who can be a patient of the CHS Health Center?

Anyone who is a CHS student.

What if the student already has a doctor?

We don't replace doctors. We will work with providers to ensure appropriate care.

How much does it cost?

We will bill the insurance company if the student has it. If the student does not have insurance, then we will help them apply for it. There is also a waiver for students without insurance to cover costs.

HIV Prevention Services

NEW Health has an array of HIV Prevention Services including HIV testing, Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP), outreach, education, and counseling services. Please call 617-241-0209 or 857-238-1100 to schedule an appointment. For more information on Medication Payment Assistance, click here.

Check out our video library on HIV Prevention!

NEW Health Nurse Practitioner, Julia McAndrew answers some questions on the basics of HIV testing for everyone.

Community Health Worker, Alix Pupo Wiss, provides insight to what Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is and who should be taking it.

Food Insecurity Program

NEW Health's Food Insecurity Program has several initiatives including

our Monthly Produce Distributions and our Community Fridge.

For more information, check out the Food Insecurity Page for more information.

Produce Distributions

On the 4th Friday of every month, the Program provides FREE bags of fresh produce for NEW Health patients. To register, contact a member of the SBHC.

Upcoming Dates

Friday, December 23rd

Friday, January 27th

Friday, February 24th

Friday, March 24th

Community Fridge

The Charlestown Community Fridge is open 24/7 and located in an alcove at the front of the building at our 15 Tufts Street location. Anyone is welcome to take as much as they need but we ask that you make sure others can take from it as well.

About Us

NEW Health is a federally qualified health center and an affiliate of Massachusetts General Hospital and Boston Medical Center, who extends its world-renowned healthcare services to people who live in and work around Boston’s North End and Charlestown neighborhoods.

Our Mission

NEW Health is committed to improving the quality of health and life for the residents of Boston’s North End, Waterfront, Charlestown and the people we serve by providing high quality health care that is consumer oriented, culturally appropriate, neighborhood-based, affordable, and produces positive outcomes.