New England Eye Center – Boston
Offices: 260 Tremont Street
Biewend Building, 9th-11th Floors
Pediatric Ophthalmology: 755 Washington Street
Floating Hospital for Children, 6th Floor
Direct phone: 617-636-6769
Mailing Address: 800 Washington St., Box 450; Boston, MA 02111
Jay S. Duker, MD
Director, New England Eye Center
Professor and Chair,
Department of Ophthalmology,
Tufts University School of Medicine
New England Eye Center – Boston is the main office for the large ophthalmology practice which serves the region with seven additional community locations throughout Eastern Massachusetts. The Boston office offers a full range of comprehensive specialty services for adults and children. Our patients are referred from all over New England, and sometimes across the globe, to see some of our specialists who have international reputations for their expertise.
As part of Tufts Medical Center, we offer sophisticated clinical, research and educational opportunities in ophthalmology. Our experienced physicians and staff take great pride in offering state-of-the-art, patient-centered care with the latest in diagnostic and treatment options.
Our offices for adult ophthalmology care are on three floors in the Biewend Building near the entrance to the Boch (formerly Wang) Performing Arts Center on Tremont Street. Most pediatric ophthalmology services are provided in the Floating Hospital for Children which is connected to the Biewend Building and the main hospital.
Getting to New England Eye Center
The New England Eye Center’s main office for adult care is located on the 9th-11th floors of the Biewend Building at Tufts Medical Center. The office is at 260 Tremont Street in the Theater District of downtown Boston.
The Pediatric practice of New England Eye Center is on the 6th floor of the Floating Hospital for Children. The main entrance is located at 755 Washington Street in Boston.
Parking is conveniently located in the Tremont Street Garage, next to the Boch (Wang)Performing Arts Center. The garage is also accessible from Washington Street, next to the Floating Hospital. There is inside access to both the Biewend and Floating buildings from the garage.
Public Transportation: New England Eye Center is easily accessible by public transportation, and has its own stop on the MBTA Orange line. See the link below for detailed instructions on MBTA routes.
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