If you do not have a scheduled appointment, please call ahead at (617) 495-5711 before presenting to HUHS in person.

Specialties providing onsite services: 

Please call HUHS at (617) 495-5711 to schedule an appointment.

  • Internal Medicine, including Smith Campus Center and the Longwood Medical Area. We are currently not offering web-booked appointments for Internal Medicine. The Harvard Law School Health Services will remain closed until further notice, and HLS clinicians will continue to see their patients at the Smith Campus Center
  • Urgent Care. We are currently not offering web-booked appointments for Urgent Care. 
  • Dermatology*
  • Gastroenterology*
  • General Surgery*
  • Neurology*
  • Mt. Auburn OBGYN at HUHS*
  • Ophthalmology*
  • Optometry*
  • Orthopedics*
  • Physical Therapy*
  • Podiatry* 
  • Ultrasonography

*A referral is necessary for most specialty services, including GYN. Speak to your Primary Care Physician before making an appointment or if you have additional questions.


To ensure the safety of all of our patients and staff members, we have implemented the following protocols:

We check with every patient at least twice before any medical appointment to confirm they are not experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. 

We have screeners positioned at the two entrances and exits at HUHS to ensure all patients and staff are checked for symptoms and wearing masks. 

  1. 75 Mt. Auburn Street, 1st floor entrance
  2. The basement entrance across from the parking garage

Update to mask-wearing guidelines: All staff, patients, and essential patient companions must wear a surgical mask at all times. A surgical mask will be provided to anyone who arrives without one and can be worn over whatever face-covering people arrived with. 

Patients with active symptoms or a recent diagnosis of COVID-19 will be directed to Urgent Care in the basement level. 

To protect themselves and patients, staff members wear masks, gloves, gowns, eye protection, and other personal protective equipment when interacting with patients who have or are suspected to have, COVID-19. 

Staff members will wash their hands with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer before and after they care for you, and hand hygiene products are readily accessible for everyone to use throughout our facilities.

We will maintain our high cleaning standards and continue to use hospital-approved disinfectants for removing coronaviruses to clean and disinfect exam rooms, high-touch areas, and common spaces. In addition, we have increased the frequency of cleaning common areas and have removed reading materials and other non-essential items that are frequently handled and may be difficult to clean. As always, medical equipment and exam rooms are cleaned before and after every use.

Our facilities have been carefully adapted with safety precautions focused on patients entering the building, utilizing the elevators, and being escorted directly into exam rooms. Many areas, such as Patient Registration, hallways, and other common areas have been redesigned to accommodate recommended ventilation, appropriate physical distancing, and pedestrian traffic flow. We continually monitor the facility to ensure physical distancing and mask usage are maintained.