We welcome media inquiries and are happy to connect media to interview sources, and provide photography opportunities and other resources whenever possible. As the parent agency to the first community health center in the United States, Harbor Health Services Inc. maintains a unique position in the community health center movement, and is proud to provide the voice of expertise to your research. We have a number of experts in the field of community health and medical care affordability, and we are happy to connect you with them.

Harbor Health Services, a nonprofit, public health agency committed to providing quality, comprehensive health care in urban Boston neighborhoods, the South Shore and Cape Cod communities. We provide a wide network of healthcare services to meet the needs of our patients. Harbor Health owns and operates four community health centers: Geiger Gibson Community Health Center, Harbor Community Health Center-Hyannis, Harbor Community Health Center-Plymouth and Neponset Health Center.  These health centers are Health Center Program grantees under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and a deemed Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n). In addition, Harbor Health administers the Elder Service Plan, a program providing care to frail elders in their place of residence, the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program of Dorchester South and the Ellen Jones Community Dental Center.

Combined, Harbor Health’s community health centers are the Medical Home for more than 26,000 patients and the “family dentist” to an additional 10,000 patients. The Elder Service Plan cares for more than 300 members and Women Infant Children Nutrition Program serves more than 3000 women and their children.


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250 Mount Vernon Street
Dorchester, MA 02125

Phone: 617-533-2212
Fax: 617-282-5431

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