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Brigham and Women’s Harbor Medical – Physicians and Specialties

Brigham and Women’s Harbor Medical Associates is a multispecialty, primary care practice.

Accepting New Patients: Become a Brigham and Women’s Harbor Medical Primary Care Patient

Call our new patient line at (781) 952-1303, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30am-5pm, for new primary care and specialty care office visits. One of our experienced staff will help you find the doctor that is right for you and your family.

Physicians by Specialty Areas


Cardiology is the medical study and diagnosis of the heart; the branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of heart disorders and related conditions. Cardiologists diagnose and treat disorders of the heart and blood vessels. We offer comprehensive cardiac care services on site in our South Weymouth office including a PaceMaker Clinic, CHF Clinic, Cardiac Electrophysiology, and Coumadin therapy.


Endocrinology is the medical study of endocrine disorders; the branch of medicine that deals with disorders of the endocrine system such as diabetes, hypothyroidism and many others.

Family Medicine

Family practice is a medical specialty in which continuous and comprehensive medical care, counseling, and problem solving is provided to an individual or family, in addition to treating minor cuts and bruises, colds, and applying stitches. They can also take care of more serious long-term medical problems.


Gastroenterology is the study of intestinal tract disorders. This branch of medicine is devoted to the study and treatment of diseases of the esophagus (swallowing tube), stomach and intestines, and their associated organs.

General Surgery

General Surgery focuses on conditions of the abdomen involving organs including the stomach, gallbladder, liver, pancreas, and colon.

Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine is the medical specialty dedicated to the diagnosis and medical treatment of adults. A physician who specializes in internal medicine is referred to as an internist.


A neurologist is a specialist who is trained to diagnose disorders of the nervous system. The nervous system consists of the brain, spinal cord and nerves. Many muscle disorders and pain problems also fall within the neurologist's field.

Neurologists see patients with a wide range of problems. These include pain, headaches, dizziness, seizures, blackouts, and stroke. Diseases causing confusion and memory loss, including Alzheimer's disease, are also evaluated. Numbness, tingling, weakness, and incoordination are frequent symptoms of neurologic diseases. Neck, back or head injuries may require evaluation by a neurologist.

Pulmonary Medicine

Pulmonary Medicine is the branch of medicine dealing with the lungs; the branch of medicine that deals with the structure, physiology, and disease of the lungs.

Sleep Medicine

Sleep medicine is the study of various sleep disorders, the most common of which is Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Other conditions that we treat are snoring, insomnia, narcolepsy, sleepwalking, sleep talking, night terrors, nightmares, and restless leg syndrome.

Vascular Surgery

Vascular surgery is a surgical subspecialty which involves conditions of the vascular system, including arteries, veins and lymphatic circulation.


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