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Directions to MGH


By Public Transportation/Subway

 

In Boston, the subway system is known as the MBTA – the Mass Bay Transit Authority – commonly called the “T.” It is comprised of four lines, each known by a color: Red Line, Blue Line, Green Line and Orange Line. The easiest line to Mass General Hospital is the Red Line, Charles Street/MGH station. The Orange and Green Line, North Station T-stop is also close. 

 

Directions to the Charles Street/MGH Station

  • Take the Alewife bound Red Line train Outbound OR the Braintree/Ashmont bound Red Line Inbound to Charles Street/MGH station

  • Follow exit signs to MGH

  • Follow Cambridge Street one block

  • Take left onto North Grove Street

  • The main entrance is straight ahead

 

 

By Train (Commuter Rail and Amtrak)

 

The Commuter Rail consists of AMTRAK trains which function as part of the "T."

They are distinguished by the color purple; and sometimes called the Purple Line, but, more often, they are simply called the Commuter Rail.

To get to Mass General Hospital by Commuter Rail or by regular AMTRAK service from another city, take a train to either South Station or North Station.

  • From South Station take the Red Line toward Alewife

  • From North Station take the Green Line to Park Street and change to the Red Line

  • Take the Red Line to Charles Street/MGH Station

  • Follow exit signs to MGH

  • Follow Cambridge Street one block

  • Take left onto North Grove Street

  • The main entrance is straight ahead

 

Click here or see below

 

Adolescent Neuroendocrine Unit

Massachusetts General Hospital

55 Fruit St., BUL 457B

Boston, MA 02114

 

Phone: 617-643-0267

ANEresearch@partners.org

 

 

Adolescent Neuroendocrine Unit

Massachusetts General Hospital

55 Fruit Street, BUL 457B

Boston, MA 02114

 

ANEresearch@partners.org

617-643-0267

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