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You can expect changes in your MyChart account, as South Shore Medical Center transitions from Atrius Health’s MyHealth portal to the South Shore MyChart portal. Read more.

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Our main numbers are staffed by Nurse Practitioners and RNs who have access to vital information in our fully integrated electronic medical record 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. All calls will be answered directly and immediately. Read more about after hours coverage.

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SSMC does everything possible to keep our offices open even during inclement weather but we also keep the safety of employees and patients in mind as we decide to open/close during inclement weather. To help with communication, we update a phone line that you can access anytime to know the status of our practice. The number is 781-261-4473 and it is updated by 6:00 a.m. We recommend that you add this to your cell phone directory for future reference.


Welcome to South Shore Medical Center! Please read our letter to new patients.

Many of our physicians are accepting new patients, click here to see who they are. Please call us at 781-878-5200 to choose your physician and schedule your first appointment. You may also register online through our New Patient Registration Form.

Some of our physicians accept newborns, pediatric siblings, or family members even when they are not accepting new patients. Learn which physicians are accepting newborns, pediatric siblings, or family members.

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Learn more about or register for groups and classes offered across a range of topics, including nutrition, diabetes management, cholesterol education, babysitting, home alone/staying safe and more.

Celebrating 50 Years

Thank you for choosing us to provide your care!

Become a Patient

Become a Patient of South Shore Medical Center

Thank you for your interest in South Shore Medical Center. We appreciate you considering our practice for your health care needs. Follow the steps below to become a patient:

  • Review the list of Primary Care Physicians who are accepting new patients.
  • Call 781-878-5200 to:
    • Register
    • Confirm that we accept your health insurance plan
    • Select a physician
    • Schedule your first appointment
  • Or register online

Learn more about South Shore Medical Center.


2018 – 2019 Flu Clinic Schedule

Dates for this year’s flu clinics are now online. See the schedule.

Shingles Vaccine (Shingrix®) in Short Supply

GSK, the manufacturer of the Shingrix® vaccine, has reported that due to a high level of demand, there will be availability delays of the vaccine throughout 2018. South Shore Medical Center will continue to regularly update our public website about Shingrix® availability at the Medical Center.

Are you a MassHealth Patient?

As of March 1, 2018, South Shore Medical Center primary care doctors belong to one MassHealth Plan called BMC HealthNet Plan Community Alliance. If you want to continue to receive your primary care at South Shore Medical Center you need to be enrolled with BMC HealthNet Plan Community Alliance. You can choose this plan, or another, and have until June 30, 2018 to change health plans.

For more information or help changing your plan, you can speak with one of South Shore Medical Center Certified Application Counselors at 781-624-4329. Or you can call MassHealth at 1-800-841-2900 (TTY: 1-800-497-4648) Monday–Friday, 8 am – 5 pm or go to

3D Mammography Now Offered in Norwell

South Shore Medical Center now offers 3D Mammography in Norwell.
All exams are performed in a private, comfortable and state-of-the-art facility staffed exclusively by female technicians.

We offer appointments that work with your busy schedule, including evenings and Saturdays. You can even request an appointment online. Visit the South Shore Health System website to complete the form and our team will call you back within two business days. Read more.

Do you know someone at risk for a drug overdose?

Intranasal naloxone — known as Narcan nasal spray — is used for the emergency treatment of an opioid overdose and is available at the pharmacy with a prescription. Read more.

Marijuana & Controlled Substance Agreement

The new Massachusetts law concerning recreational marijuana is now in effect. Currently SSMC policy does not allow the use of any alcohol or THC product in combination with prescribed controlled substances. Read full statement.

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