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At Dana-Farber, we are committed to improving inclusion, diversity, and equity for our patients. Nowhere is this more important than in the delivery of quality care. Fulfilling our commitment to providing world-class care to all our patients includes:
At Dana-Farber, we're committed to understanding and supporting the experience of underserved and minority patients. We know there can be emotional and physical barriers to a patient's feelings of confidence and belonging. We're working to address and
erase these barriers, meeting our patients "where they are" — so that everyone feels welcome, comfortable, and safe. Our goal is inclusive, non-discriminatory,
multi-cultural access to the clinical, research, and support resources that we offer all our patients and families.
One important way to enhance patients' comfort level is by eliminating language as a barrier. We provide patients with multi-lingual medical interpreters and patient navigators, as well as financial information, special clinical messaging, directions,
and patient reported data in multiple languages.
New Patient Appointments
For adults: 877-442-3324For children: 888-733-4662
As a new Dana-Farber patient, find answers to questions about your first visit: what to bring, how to find us, where to park, and how to prepare.
Dana-Farber's Total Patient CareLearn more about Dana-Farber's role in reducing cancer risk among medically underserved populations. Watch Dana-Farber's Magnolia Contreras and Ludmila Svoboda discussing the support we provide to cancer patients through our Patient Navigator Program. And hear from survivor Mary London about the total patient care she received at Dana-Farber.