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Whether it’s a simple treatment or a complex procedure, we understand that you want the best care for your child. Boston Children's at Martha Eliot provides primary and preventive care for children, adolescents, and young adults, including well-child appointments and sick visits.

For more than 50 years, Boston Children’s Hospital has operated this site located in the vibrant Boston neighborhood of Jamaica Plain. From its early beginnings in the Bromley-Heath housing development up until today, Boston Children’s at Martha Eliot has provided health care and improved the health of countless children and young adults.

At Boston Children’s at Martha Eliot, we embrace the concept of a patient-centered medical home, which means that we deliver care based on each child’s distinct needs.

Language information

Our staff members are fluent in English, Spanish, and French Creole. Onsite interpreter services for other languages are available for appointments scheduled in advance.

Programs and services

As a part of Boston Children’s Hospital, one of the nation’s top pediatric hospitals, Boston Children’s at Martha Eliot provides best-in-class care for children, adolescents, and young adults. Our optometry department serves patients of all ages.

Primary Care at Martha Eliot is dedicated to helping parents and guardians raise happy and healthy children. We see patients beginning at birth and will follow your child through the important milestones of their development. Our dedicated staff of medical providers, nurses, social workers, dietitians, and Child Life specialists provides well-child care, including routine immunizations, health education, and care for acute illnesses.

Behavioral Health at Martha Eliot offers a range of specialized treatment to meet the behavioral health needs of patients who receive their primary care at Martha Eliot. Our team includes psychologists, social workers, a psychiatric nurse practitioner, and a child and adolescent psychiatrist.

Boston Children’s Hospital Early Intervention (EI) at Martha Eliot provides family-centered services to support the developmental progress of eligible children. EI is a program for infants and toddlers younger than 3 years old who have developmental delays or are at risk of a developmental delay.

The Optometry Department at Boston Children’s at Martha Eliot provides comprehensive eye care for patients of all ages. The residency-trained optometrists and staff perform comprehensive eye examinations, diagnose and treat general eye conditions, and prescribe glasses and contact lenses.

Other services provided

Family Planning & Confidential Services
Lab Services
WIC (Women, Infants, and Children)