Diagnostic Radiology Residency Contact and Locations

Contact

Glenn Gaviola, MD
Program Director
Email: ggaviola@bwh.harvard.edu

Julie Correia
Program Coordinator
Phone: (617) 732-5938
Fax: (617) 264-5250
Email: jcorreia@bwh.harvard.edu

Sandra Palma
Program Coordinator
Phone: (617) 278-0702
Fax: (617) 264-5250
Email: spalma2@bwh.harvard.edu  

Address: 
75 Francis Street
Boston, MA 02115

Hours:
8:30am-4:00pm, Monday - Friday (excluding holidays)

Brigham and Women’s Hospital main campus, 75 Francis Street Boston, MA 02115, location information,

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

75 Francis Street
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 732-6248

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Driving Directions

From the North - Head South on Route 93. Take exit 26 (Route 28/Route 3 North) toward Storrow Drive. Keep left at the fork in the ramp. Turn slight right onto Route 3 North. Merge onto Storrow Drive west. Take the Fenway/Route 1 South exit (on left). Stay in the left lane as you drive up the ramp. At lights, bear right onto Boylston Street. At third set of lights, bear left onto Brookline Avenue. At fifth set of lights, turn left onto Francis Street. The hospital is one block down on the left.

From Logan Airport - Follow signs to Sumner Tunnel. At end of Sumner Tunnel, take immediate right for Storrow Drive. Stay in right lane on the ramp. Take the exit for Storrow Drive. This puts you in the left lane of merging traffic. Move into one of the two right lanes to stay on Storrow Drive. Take the Fenway/Route 1 South exit (on left). Stay in the left lane as you drive up the ramp. At lights, bear right onto Boylston Street. At third set of lights, bear left onto Brookline Avenue. At fifth set of lights, turn left onto Francis Street. The hospital is one block down on the left.

From the West - head east on Massachusetts Turnpike. Take Route 128 (I-95) south for approximately one mile. Take Route 9 east for six miles. Take a left onto Brookline Avenue (Brook House Condominiums will be on right). At third set of lights, turn right onto Francis Street. The hospital is one block down on the left. ~or~ Stay on Massachusetts Turnpike east. Take Huntington Avenue/Copley Square/Prudential Center exit, and bear left toward the Prudential. Follow Huntington Avenue west for approximately three miles. Turn right onto Francis Street at Brigham Circle.

From the South - Head north on Route 3 (Southeast Expressway). Take Massachusetts Avenue/Roxbury exit. At end of ramp, cross Massachusetts Avenue onto Melnea Cass Boulevard. At the 8th traffic light, take left onto Tremont Street. Take first right onto Ruggles Street. Turn left onto Huntington Avenue at intersection with Ruggles Street. At second set of lights (Brigham Circle), turn right onto Francis Street. Hospital is one block down on right.

Public Transportation via MBTA Bus or Trolley

Trolley/Subway Green Line 

  • E Line - Heath     Stop: Brigham Circle
  • D Line - Riverside     Stop: Longwood

Buses

  • 66 - Harvard Square to Dudley Station, via Allston and Brookline Village
    Stop: Brigham Circle
  • 65 - Brighton Center - Kenmore Sta. Via Washington St., Brookline Village & Brookline Ave
    Stop: The corner of Francis Street and Brookline Avenue
  • 60 - Chestnut Hill - Kenmore Station Via Brookline Village and Cypress St.
    Stop: The corner of Francis Street and Brookline Avenue
  • 47 - Central Sq., Cambridge - Broadway Station Via South End Medical Area, Dudley Station & Longwood Medical Area
    Stop: Longwood Avenue in front of Children's Hospital
  • 39 - Forest Hills Sta. - Back Bay Sta. Via Huntington Ave.
    Stop: Brigham Circle
  • 8 - Kenmore Station
    Stop: First stop on Longwood Avenue
  • CT2 - Sullivan Station - Ruggles Station Via Kendall/MIT & Longwood Medical and Academic Area
    Stop: The corner of Longwood and Huntington Avenues
  • CT3 - Beth Israel Hospital - Andrew Station Via B.U. Medical Center/BCH
    Stop: The corner of Avenue Louis Pasteur and Longwood Avenue

For more information please call the MBTA at (617) 222-3200 or visit www.mbta.com.

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