- HIV TEST
- STIs TEST
- STIs Treatment
About Fenway Health, Health care should be a right, not a privilege.
Since 1971, Fenway Health has been working to make life healthier for the people in our neighborhood, the LGBTQIA+ community, people living with HIV/AIDS and the broader population. Fenway was founded in 1971 as part of the free clinic movement by students who believed that “health care should be a right, not a privilege.”
In its early days, Fenway was a drop-in clinic providing free blood pressure checks and STD screenings. Over the years, Fenway obtained permanent space and incorporated as a freestanding health center with a staff of one volunteer doctor, one nurse and one intake worker. Today, Fenway Health has a budget of more than $131 million, a staff of more than 600 and a patient population of more than 33,000.
Fenway Health is a Federally Qualified Community Health Center.
In 2013, the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts also became a part of Fenway Health. AIDS Action serves people living with HIV/AIDS and populations at risk of infection, and leads the state’s Getting To Zero Coalition, which seeks to reduce the number of HIV infections to zero. It also operates a needle exchange that serves as an entry point to healthcare services for active substance users.
Fenway Health is a Safe and Respectful Place to Receive Testing and Counseling for HIV/AIDS and Other STIs
Fenway Health’s HIV/STI clinic is now open by appointment only!
Call us at 617.267.0159 to book. We offer:
• HIV/STI testing by appointment only
• STI treatment by appointment only
• Telehealth PrEP navigation services
• Telehealth linkage to HIV care service
The HIV/STI public health clinics at Fenway Health are funded by government grants to specifically serve men who have sex with men and/or those who identify as transgender, and their partners.