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We are excited to announce that our patients can now text us at (978) 927-9824!

Whether you're an established patient or you're new to the practice, you can now send us a text to book appointments, ask questions, get directions to our clinics, and more. We text with you using a service called Rhinogram, a HIPAA-compliant, secure program built to improve communication between patients and their healthcare providers.


Posted on November 11, 2018

Health Quarters Now Offers Nitrous Oxide!

We offer nitrous oxide as an option for relaxation and pain management during an In-clinic Abortion. This safe and non-addictive option helps you relax and tolerate discomfort. It does not completely remove discomfort, it helps you relax and makes any discomfort more tolerable.

Drive Yourself Home!

No Escort Required!

No Alarm Sounds!

You're In Control!

If you choose to use nitrous oxide, you'll be able to hold up a mouthpiece and breathe in the gas as desired, supervised by a trained staff member.

The effects wear off within 1-3 minutes of breathing regular air so you will be fine to drive yourself home. We believe that cost shouldn't be a barrier to pain management, so there is no additional fee if you choose to this service.


Posted on August 21, 2018

SPREAD THE NEWS! Health Quarters has won the 2018 LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Award!

Health Quarters has won the 2018 LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Award for the fourth year in a row! Only thirteen agencies in the state of Massachusetts can receive this honor, and we’re proud to announce that we are one of them! Tell your friends and family, and book your appointment today!

LGBTQ Healthcare Equality


Posted on December 22, 2017

Why Aren’t More People Using PrEP?

In 2015, Vice published a documentary looking at Truvada, the first FDA-approved drug with the means of preventing HIV infection (the non-brand name is PrEP). At the time, Vice’s video said that if an HIV-negative person takes the pill every day, he or she is nearly 99 percent protected from contracting the virus. The documentary explores the future of the drug and its revolutionary impact on ending HIV/AIDS.


Posted on July 20, 2017

Hepatitis C in Massachusetts: What You Should Know

As many as four million Americans have hepatitis C, a liver disease caused by a blood-borne virus, but most of them are unaware of their diagnosis. Because of this, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has recently recommended a one-time hepatitis C virus (HCV) antibody test for anyone born between 1945 and 1965.


Posted on July 13, 2017

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