Brigham Health senior leaders and staff celebrate the opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

On Nov. 4, Brigham Health | Health Care Center, an expansion of Brigham and Women’s/Mass General Health Care Center at Patriot Place in Foxborough, opened its doors to the public. The new facility provides patients with enhanced access to specialty services and expands much-needed access to community-based primary care.

Located at 22 Patriot Place, the new building is across the street from the existing health care center at 20 Patriot Place. For patients’ convenience, the buildings are connected by a pedestrian bridge at the third level.

The new facility expands Brigham Health’s ability to offer personalized and patient-focused primary and specialty care services in many areas, including cardiology, dermatology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, neurology and obstetrics/gynecology. These services are located on the same campus as imaging, phlebotomy and urgent care.

“The health care needs of the greater Foxborough area continue to grow. We are thrilled that this new, modern health center will enable us to deliver the Brigham’s superior care to more patients and families in our community,” said Bill Johnston, MPA, chief operating officer of the Brigham and Women’s Physicians Organization and senior vice president of Ambulatory Services.

Cindy Peterson, MBA, vice president of Regional Ambulatory Operations and Business Development, acknowledged the hard work of the team that brought this project to fruition.

“Thank you to the providers, staff and leadership at Foxborough for their energy, enthusiasm and teamwork,” Peterson said. “Julia Raymond, our director of Operations, and the team put in countless hours of preparation, which resulted in a seamless move and an exceptional experience in our expanded site from the moment our first patients walked through the doors.”

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