Public Health Nursing Walk-In Clinic, 113 Concord Street, to Reopen to the Public on Monday, July 12
Childhood Vaccinations, Lead Screening, Tuberculosis (TB) Testing, COVID-19 Vaccinations, and More, will be Available
Framingham, MA – The City of Framingham’s Office of Public Health Nursing Walk-In Clinic, located at 113 Concord Street (diagonally from City Hall), will reopen to the public on Monday, July 12.
Childhood vaccinations, lead screening, TB testing, and COVID-19 vaccinations (Johnson and Johnson, Moderna, and Pfizer), and more will be available.
No appointment is needed. If you have health insurance, please bring your health insurance card with you. View more information about additional nursing services here.
Hours of operation are as follows:
- Monday - Friday: 8:30-10:30 a.m.
- Tuesday-Thursday: 5-7 p.m.
Face coverings/masks are required to be worn at all times in the clinic. Face coverings/masks will be available for visitors.
Questions about nursing services can be directed to Kitty Mahoney, email@example.com, or 508-532-5472.
Our Public Health Department strives to reduce the impact of infectious diseases, prevent morbidity associated with these diseases, and create healthier lives for our residents.
Work within our Department includes disease surveillance, investigation of cases and outbreaks, community and provider education related to other communicable diseases, and the operation of TB Case Management.
From sexually transmitted infections to influenza and West Nile Virus, we provide a wealth of information related to preventing and treating infectious diseases, and we hope you’ll take advantage of the resources offered: