The high dose flu vaccine is now available for patients 65 and older. We will update the website when the regular flu vaccine for patients 18-64 years old arrives…

MD vs DO


A doctor of osteopathic medicine (D.O.) is a physician licensed to practice medicine, perform surgery, & prescribe medication. Both DOs and MDs complete 4 years of basic medical education. After medical school, both DOs and MDs can choose to practice in a specialty area of medicine. After completing a residency program both DOs and MDs must pass comparable state licensing examinations. The primary difference is the type of post-graduate school they attend. MDs (Medical Doctors) attend a college or school of medicine, and DOs (Dr. of Osteopathy) attend an Osteopathic College. Today there are no significant differences between these two degrees. MDs and DOs practice side-by-side in most hospitals and many practice groups are made up of a combination of both.

When is the Office Closed?


When the office is closed for the evening, weekends, or holidays (listed below), there is always a physician on call. If your issue is a medical concern, then call our main line, (617) 964-9070 and ask our answering service to page the doctor on call to help you. We have a physician on call 365 days per year. If you have not heard back from a provider in 15 minutes, please call the answering service again and inform them of this.