Getting to Work

Parking is available on-site or nearby and can be set up with either monthly deductions from your paycheck or daily pay plans depending on need.

Tufts Medical Center is also easily accessible by public transportation. The “Tufts Medical Center” stop on the Orange Line of the subway (also know as the “T”) is located across from the main hospital entrance on Washington Street. Other nearby subway stops are “Boylston” on the Green Line and “Downtown Crossing” on the Red and Orange Lines. The hospital is also convenient to bus lines 3, 11, 43, 55, and the Silver Line. For those coming in to the city from the suburbs, the Commuter Trains are easily accessible to the hospital. All commuter trains come into either South Station or North Station. “South Station,” which is also a stop on the Red Line of the subway, is only about a 10 minute walk from the hospital. “North Station,” also connects with the Orange and Green Lines of the subway, making access to the hospital quick and easy. For more information on public transportation (subway, buses, and commuter trains), you can visit the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) website at Discounted monthly T passes are available to residents.

Do I need a car during residency?

For the most part, no. Many residents like having a car for convenience but all rotations are accessible by public transportation, either via rapid transit, bus/shuttle, or commuter rail.