Where more than 30,000 Local Children Come for Care
To find a new doctor for your child, call the CHA Doctor Finder Service at 617-665-1305 or request an appointment online.
All parents want their children to stay healthy. We want to help.
When you choose a CHA primary care doctor for your child, you get an entire health team to support your needs. As a Harvard Medical School Teaching Hospital, we offer excellent primary care and specialty services in a warm, friendly environment. We also work closely with some of the finest medical facilities in the Boston area for specialty care - and you can stay connected using the new MyCHArt system.
Here are some of the reasons why we we offer some of the best pediatric care available in New England:
- We were named to the Harvard Pilgrim Honor Roll for Pediatrics from 2007-2010.
- Our Childhood Asthma Program is recognized as a national model by the Environmental Protection Agency.
- We have Massachusetts General Hospital specialists right at our Cambridge Hospital campus.
- We are national leaders in mental health care for children.
We are committed to providing this care to children of all ages, regardless of their family's income or backgrounds.
After Hours, Weekends and Holidays
For urgent questions
and problems call your pediatrician's office. After regular business
hours, this call will go to our nursing triage center. The nurse who
answers the call will be able to provide you with advice, schedule a
weekend or holiday sick visit, or contact the on-call pediatrician as
Our on-call pediatrician sees patients at the Cambridge
Hospital campus on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays by appointment only.
Patients at our Revere and Everett clinics can be seen at the Revere
site on Saturday afternoons. Call early in the morning or the night
before for an appointment.
The emergency room should only be
used for life-threatening emergencies (If you are not sure if your child
needs to be seen right away, please call).
About Insurance and Referrals
Your insurance may have rules about emergency room or specialty services that could affect what you pay for. When possible, make sure you get prior approval before using any emergency room, and check with your primary care team before seeing a specialist. Call your doctor's office as soon as possible to let them know if you have gone to the emergency room for care.