Brigham and Women’s Hospital is committed to making our facilities and medical services accessible and creating a welcoming environment for all.
We are conveniently located near handicap accessible public transportation. The nearest MBTA stop is the Brigham Circle stop on the MBTA's green line. Visitors coming by MBTA should use the 15 Francis Street entrance. This entrance is open from 6am to 8pm. When this entrance is closed, use the 75 Francis Street entrance.
Additionally, MBTA’s THE RIDE offers door-to-door transportation to eligible people who cannot use general public transportation. To become eligible for THE RIDE, you must complete an application. Learn more at www.jv-theride.com or www.mbta.com, or call 800-533-6282(V) or 617-222-5415(TTY).
Wheelchair accessible shuttles operate between Brigham and Women’s Hospital (at 75 Francis Street) and the Ambulatory Care Center at 850 Boylston Street, Chestnut Hill, the Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital, Jamaica Plain and the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. You may view shuttle schedules online or posted at the shuttle stop across from the 75 Francis Street entrance.
Brigham and Women’s has two parking garages. Both have designated accessible parking spots. The vehicle height limit at both is 6 feet 6 inches. Accessible van parking is also available.
- 45 Francis Street Garage – Patients whose cars have HP plates or placards may self park in this garage. All other patients may valet park their cars at this location or self park in the 80 Francis Street Servicenter Garage.
- 5 Francis Street Valet Access Only - The new garage will be open as of Monday October 6, 2014
Accessibility at Satellite Locations
Brigham and Women's Hospital provides accessibility at all of our satellite locations. More about our satellite locations >>
There are three main entrances to Brigham and Women’s Hospital: 15 Francis Street, 45 Francis Street and 75 Francis Street. Once inside, all patient care areas can be reached without having to exit the building, with the exception of the practices at 500 Brookline Avenue (also known as the Servicenter Building). All main entrances are handicap accessible.
This page was last modified on 9/30/2014