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CHA PACE

163 Gore Street
Cambridge, MA

(617) 575-5850

Independence, Dignity and Health

CHA PACE provides healthcare and other support for adults 55 and older who need extra support to continue living at home. We are part of the national Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE).

With PACE, you get great doctors, rides to medical visits, medication and more – the things you need to live safely in the community.

Learn more

CHA PACE -- visit our website and watch our videos

Are you eligible?

Call 617-575-5850 today to learn about PACE criteria. If you are hearing impaired, please call 7-1-1.

Information

  • Hours and Phone Numbers
    CHA PACE, Cambridge

    M - F: 8 am - 5 pm

      

    Phone: 617-575-5850, TTY: MassRelay 711
    Fax: 617-499-8340

    CHA PACE, Malden | Alternative Care Site

    This site is temporarily closed. Please visit CHA PACE, Cambridge to receive your in-person or telehealth care.

      

    Phone: 617-575-5850, TTY: MassRelay 711
    Fax: 617-499-8340

  • Parking

    We have limited spots in front of building or resident permit parking on Gore St. Please do not park in the Twin City lot.

  • Public Transportation

    Bus: 80, 87, 88

    Train: Green Line, Lechmere, then a 10 minute walk.

  • Shuttle Service

    Please Shuttle Service to view our shuttle schedule between Cambridge Hospital, Windsor Street Health Center and East Cambridge Health Center.

    If you are a CHA PACE participant, you can take the PACE van to all your medical appointments and our activity centers.

COVID-19 alerts for in-person visits

  • You Will be Screened for Illness

    Everyone will be screened for illness before entering CHA buildings.

    You will be asked questions about COVID symptoms (fever or chills, shortness of breath, cough, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.)

    If you are feeling sick, or have been near someone who you know has COVID-19, please call us before your visit. Your care team may give you advice over the phone or ask you to be seen at a different location.

  • You Will Need to Clean Your Hands

    Keeping your hands clean is one way to stop the spread of illness.

    You will be asked to wash your hands or use hand sanitizer when you enter any CHA building.

  • Everybody Must Wear a Mask

    Please wear a mask or face covering when you come for your in-person visit.

    Don't worry, we'll be wearing them too!

    Please do not wear a mask with valves or vents. These protect you but don't protect others.

  • Remember to Maintain Social Distance

    We have new standards to help people keep a safe distance.

      1. We are asking everyone to stay 6 feet apart. Some of our sites have markings on the floor to show this
      2. All our waiting rooms have new seating arrangements
      3. We are only letting a small number of people into our clinics at any one time

      Thank you for helping protect everyone's safety!

    1. Who Can Come to Your Visit?

      Please come to your visit alone, if you are able.

      Visitors are permitted only in special circumstances, when necessary for patient well-being:

      1. For children, one parent or caregiver is allowed for most visits.
      2. For adults, one caretaker can come to the visit, if needed.

      Please tell your team if you, or someone you care for, has intellectual, developmental, or physical disabilities or other caregiving needs.

    Questions - How Do I ...

    • Get an interpreter?

      If you prefer to speak another language during your visit: 

      Please tell your care team before your next visit. Our interpreter services team can help.

      Please note, there is no charge for this service. 

    • Get a health screening or check-up?

      Your primary care team knows when you are due for routine care, like tests, immunizations and health screenings.

      Just ask them what you need and when. 

      Learn more about routine health screenings. 

    • Ask a question or give feedback?

      We want to hear from you!

      If you have non-urgent health questions, please sent us a note in MyCHArt.

      For other questions or feedback, just use our online form.

    • Pay my bill?

      You can now pay your bill online.

      We accept most health insurance. But if you have any questions about what services are covered, please call your insurance company directly.

      If you have a question about your bill, please call our Customer Service Billing Department at 617-665-3200

    • Find health insurance?

      If you need health insurance, we can help.

      Just call the CHA Financial Assistance team at 617-665-1100. Or, visit our web page for more information.

    • Sign up for MyCHArt?

      MyCHArt is a secure system that lets you see and manage your health care from a computer or smart phone. MyCHArt lets you ask questions, request appointments, refill medications and review lab results.

      Need a MyChart account?

      Just visit the CHA MyCHArt page to sign up today.

    • Get refills?

      For the best service, just call your pharmacy to get your prescription refilled.

      Please don’t wait until you have used all your medication before calling. However, if you have run out of your medication, tell the pharmacist. They may be able to give you some medication until your refill has been approved.

    • Get a referral?

      Please talk to your care team. They can help you find the right doctor and service for your medical needs. We hope you see a doctor in our network. This will let us share medical information and support your care.

      Learn more about referrals.

    • Get help when I feel sick?

      Please call us and let us know how you feel.

      Our nurses and doctors are always able to answer questions on the phone, even when the office is closed.

      If you have an urgent medical need (not an emergency)

      Please visit CHA Somerville Campus Urgent Care at 33 Tower Street, Somerville.

      Urgent Care is open every day 9 AM - 9 PM.

      If you are having a health emergency, don't wait. 

      Call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency room.

      You can find 24 hour emergency care with short wait times at CHA Cambridge Hospital and CHA Everett Hospital. When you go to a CHA emergency room, your CHA doctor will be notified about your health needs and can help coordinate your care.

    • Make an appointment?

      If you already come to CHA for care:

      Just call your clinic or provider directly. You can also contact us in MyCHArt.

      We can help you make, change or cancel your appointment.

      If want to become a new patient:

      For Primary Care, you can call our Doctor Finder Service at 617-665-1305.

      For other services, please see our Make an Appointment page. 

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