Please see the helpful listings below to make an appointment, contact Harbor’s Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, or get in touch with our administrative offices.
Need to make or reschedule an appointment?
Please contact the community health center most convenient for you to make an appointment.
Geiger Gibson Community Health Center, (617) 288-1140
Daniel Driscoll – Neponset Health Center, (617) 282-3200
Harbor Community Health Center – Plymouth, (508) 778-5470
Harbor Community Health Center – Hyannis, (508) 778-5420
Ellen Jones Community Dental Center – Harwich, (508) 778-5400
Harbor Community Dental Center – Provincetown, (508) 778-5499
Harbor Health’s TTY Line, (617) 533-2264
You can also reach Harbor’s Women, Infants, and Children program at (617) 265-4380.
Need to fax clinical information to your health center?
Please use the medical record fax number below to send clinical information to your health center.
- Medical Records Fax: (617) 533-2289
Have a question about your bill?
Please call the dental or medical billing line to talk about your question. In order to answer your question, we may need to ask you for information on your bill. Please have a copy of your bill with you when you call.
- Dental Billing Line: (617) 533-2360
- Medical Billing Line: (617) 533-2370
Need to contact Harbor’s Elder Service Plan?
Visit hhsi.us/elder-service-plan/contact-us for information about speaking with an enrollment specialist!
Need to contact Harbor’s Administrative Offices?
PLEASE NOTE: Harbor Health’s administrative office is not able to help make or change an appointments. Please contact the community health center for help with appointments.
Please visit our online career center for a listing of current openings.
Press, marketing, and community partnership inquiries:
Director of Community Relations
You can also submit the form below for help with your question or inquiry.
*Disclaimer: Please do not use this online form to send information of a sensitive and private nature such as patient related information. Your protected health information (PHI) is confidential and should only be discussed with your physician.