1. Meet Fenway: South End's new Site Medical Director →

    Ethan Brackett, MD, MPA

  2. Boston Pride is just around the corner! Our t-shirt will celebrate this year’s parade theme, “Moving Forward: Strong, Proud, United.”
At Fenway, we’re reminded that we’re stronger as a community—and that we’ll move forward together.
Want a t-shirt, other Fenway swag, and a great time with other Fenway supporters? Celebrate pride with us!

    Boston Pride is just around the corner! Our t-shirt will celebrate this year’s parade theme, “Moving Forward: Strong, Proud, United.”

    At Fenway, we’re reminded that we’re stronger as a community—and that we’ll move forward together.

    Want a t-shirt, other Fenway swag, and a great time with other Fenway supporters? Celebrate pride with us!

  3. Exciting New Partnership: The LGBT Aging Project Joins Fenway Health →

    The LGBT Aging Project, which works to ensure LGBT older adults can age with the dignity and care they deserve, will join our research, education, and policy arm The Fenway Institute.

  4. We’ve redesigned our blog, the Fenway Focus. Check out the new look.

    We’ve redesigned our blog, the Fenway Focus. Check out the new look.

  5. Today is Give Out Day, a national giving event in support of nonprofits serving the LGBTQ community. Each donation is a chance for your favorite LGBTQ organization to win additional money. 
At Fenway, your donation helps us: 
Be the largest provider of out-patient HIV/AIDS care in New England
Care for nearly 800 transgender patients as part of our growing Trans Health program
Do ground-breaking research in LGBT health and HIV/AIDS at The Fenway Institute, home of the nation’s first community-based HIV research program and the first federally-funded research center to focus specifically on sexual minority population research.
Come out for LGBT health; give here. If you’re not able to contribute financially, why not donate a reblog, tweet, or post to help get the word out?

    Today is Give Out Day, a national giving event in support of nonprofits serving the LGBTQ community. Each donation is a chance for your favorite LGBTQ organization to win additional money. 

    At Fenway, your donation helps us: 

    • Be the largest provider of out-patient HIV/AIDS care in New England
    • Care for nearly 800 transgender patients as part of our growing Trans Health program
    • Do ground-breaking research in LGBT health and HIV/AIDS at The Fenway Institute, home of the nation’s first community-based HIV research program and the first federally-funded research center to focus specifically on sexual minority population research.

    Come out for LGBT health; give here. If you’re not able to contribute financially, why not donate a reblog, tweet, or post to help get the word out?

  6. End LGBT Invisibility in Health Care Now! →

    Harvey Makadon, MD and Sean Cahill, PhD of The Fenway Institute co-authored this piece with staff from the Center for American Progress and Center of Excellence for Transgender Health. 

    If we want to better understand LGBT health disparities and reduce them, we must know who LGBT patients are and how to best meet their health needs. Let’s end the invisibility of LGBT people in the health system now.

  7. Genital Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection. Most people who are sexually active will contract HPV in their lifetime. 

    Learn more about HPV risk, screening, and treatment in this brochure.

    You can read/download a PDF of our HPV handbook on Scribd. 

  8. February 7, 2013 is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Black men who have sex with men (MSM) are among the hardest hit by HIV/AIDS but receive disproportionately little targeted funding and prevention and care services. Learn more here.

    You can also help raise awareness by sharing these infographics on Facebook.

    Download/share a high-res PDF of this infographic here

  9. Including information on LGBT patients in Electronic Health Records will lead to improved care and reduced health disparities →

  10. Are you at risk for Hepatitis C? Several things contribute to your risk for the Hepatitis C Virus (HCV):
Sharing needles and/or injecting drugs
Exposure to blood
Having been in prison
Being 46 and older
Sexual activity is usually not a risk factor for HCV. Fenway Health offers rapid Hepatitis C testing in Boston during our walk-in hours. If you want to know more about HCV testing at Fenway, call 617.267.0159.
Learn more about Hepatitis C from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    Are you at risk for Hepatitis C? Several things contribute to your risk for the Hepatitis C Virus (HCV):

    • Sharing needles and/or injecting drugs
    • Exposure to blood
    • Having been in prison
    • Being 46 and older

    Sexual activity is usually not a risk factor for HCV. Fenway Health offers rapid Hepatitis C testing in Boston during our walk-in hours. If you want to know more about HCV testing at Fenway, call 617.267.0159.

    Learn more about Hepatitis C from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.