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Patient Resources

The Tufts Medical Center Primary Care office in Boston specializes in providing personalized preventative, diagnostic and long-term primary care. We work closely with our patients to prevent disease, evaluate symptoms, develop treatment plans and provide care throughout your lifetime. 

Throughout your time in our care, we'll provide you with a number of resources to help maintain and improve your health. Below are a few examples of the tools we provide.

Primary Care Boston Patient Portal

Login to our online patient portal to view your medical records, communicate with your doctor electronically and more. Login >

Request a Referral Form

We highly recommend our specialist colleagues at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. We can facilitate these referrals easily. If you would like to see a specialist at a different hospital, please use our request a referral form.  

Read Tips from our Primary Care Clinicians

Our primary care doctors and clinical staff in Boston have provided answers to some of the most frequently asked questions that we receive from patients on health topics. 

Kristin Huang, MD is a Primary Care Physician at Tufts Medical Center.Cholesterol Q&A

Dr. Kristin Huang, a primary care physician at Primary Care Boston, answers frequently asked questions about cholesterol and how to manage it. Learn about cholesterol >

Dr. Daniel Chandler is a primary care physician in Boston at Tufts Medical Center.Chronic Care Q&A

To help our patients understand how to cope with the diagnosis of a chronic illness, Dr. Chandler has answered some of our biggest questions. Learn about care for chronic conditions >

Kimberly Schelling, MD is a primary care physician at Tufts Medical Center.Sleep Hygiene 

Getting good sleep is one of the best things that you can do for your body. Dr. Kimberly Schelling, a primary care physician in Boston at Tufts Medical Center, provides a background on why sleep is so important, tips for great sleep hygiene and steps you should take if you're having trouble sleeping. Read tips for getting better sleep >

Dineli Ahearn, MD is a pediatric hospitalist at Floating Hospital for Children.How to Choose a Primary Care Physician

Choosing a Primary Care Physician can seem like a daunting task. How do you know who will take the best care of you? Learn how to choose a Primary Care Physician >

Deborah Blazey-Martin, MD is an internal medicine physician at Tufts Medical Center.Urgent vs. Emergent Care

Many people have heard the term “Urgent Care” before, but don’t actually know what it means. To help us understand when urgent care is needed, Dr. Deb Blazey-Martin, Chief of Internal Medicine and Primary Care at Tufts Medical Center answered a few of our questions. Learn about the differences between urgent and emergency care >

Dr. Julie Tishler is a primary care physician in Boston at Tufts Medical Center.Recommended Screenings

Dr. Julie Tishler, Director of Quality in the Division of Internal Medicine and Adult Primary Care at Tufts Medical Center has answered some of the most important questions to help individuals take control of their health. View recommended screenings for your 30s, 40s and 50s >

A drawing of a flu shot for Tufts Medical Center in downtown Boston, MA.Immunizations for Adults

Vaccines and immunizations aren't just for children. View the recommended adult immunizations from the CDC to see if you're up to date >

Niamh Carroll, MD is a primary care physician at Tufts Medical Center.Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Q&A

Niamh Carroll, MD answers a few questions about Seasonal Affective Disorder, a type of depression that occurs when the gray days get to be a little too much to handle. Read the SAD Q&A >

A drawing of a physician for Tufts Medical Center in downtown Boston, MA.Shingles Q&A

We asked doctors in the Primary Care Boston office about shingles, the symptoms, treatment options and how to reduce your risk for developing this painful rash. Read the Shingles Q&A > 

CondomPrEP HIV Prevention

If you are concerned about your risk for HIV, consider Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), a once a day pill, to reduce the risk of getting HIV from sex by more than 90% when taken consistently. Learn about PrEP >

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