South Shore Medical Center/Quincy

A part of South Shore Health, South Shore Medical Center is a multi-specialty medical practice caring for thousands of patients on the South Shore. Our Quincy providers offer expert care in internal medicine, family medicine, orthopedics, dermatology, obstetrics/gynecology, and pediatrics.

Our Quincy office offers a pleasant, personal, and professional atmosphere where you'll feel comfortable the moment you walk through our doors.

Our modern facility includes on-site laboratory and radiology services.

We also offer obstetrical, gynecologic, and specialized women’s health care with providers from The Women’s Center of South Shore Medical Center

Patients are responsible for their health insurance coverage and benefits. Please call the number on the back of your card if you have any questions about coverage. Our patient services team is also available to answer questions about your coverage. If you need to pay a bill online, please use our patient portal—South Shore MyChart

Need care after hours? Patients of South Shore Medical Center can call our main line (781-878-5200) 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to speak to a provider about non-life-threatening issues. You can also visit the nearby Health Express location.

South Shore Medical Center/Quincy
1495 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02169
United States

Phone Number

Location Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 7:30 AM-5 PM
Tue: 7:30 AM-5 PM
Wed: 7:30 AM-5 PM
Thu: 7:30 AM-5 PM
Fri: 7:30 AM-5 PM
Sat: Closed

Lab Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 7 AM-5 PM
Tue: 7 AM-5 PM
Wed: 7 AM-5 PM
Thu: 7 AM-5 PM
Fri: 7 AM-5 PM
Sat: Closed

South Shore Medical Center's Quincy office is located in the heart of Quincy Center. We’re proud to be a part of this area’s incredible transformation. Due to ongoing construction around 1495 Hancock Street, it may take longer to park and get to the practice for your appointment.

Here are our recommendations for patients with appointments at SSMC Quincy:

Take public transportation if possible. Our office is a five- to 10-minute walk from Quincy Center station, which is served by the MBTA's Red Line, Commuter Rail, and several bus lines.

Arrive early for your appointment. Please allow ample time to park and check in. We recommend that patients who are driving plan to arrive 15 minutes before their scheduled arrival time in order to find parking.

Need assistance upon arrival? Patients who need assistance upon arrival can call 781-624-1968 and a member of our team will assist you.

Know the parking options. The City of Quincy's Hancock Garage (25 Cottage Avenue in your GPS) is just a three-minute walk from the Medical Center. Parking in this garage comes with a small fee. There is limited street parking available on Hancock Street and Ross Way as well.

When exiting the garage. Please exit towards the Cottage Avenue entrance located near the elevator. This will lead you to the courtyard behind the Fours restaurant. Walk straight ahead towards the path and you will see Alba restaurant directly in front of you. Take a left onto Cottage Avenue and walk straight. South Shore Health is directly across Hancock Street.

You can also watch our Getting to South Shore Medical Center video.

Handicap parking. A limited number of handicap parking spaces are available on Ross Way, just steps from our rear entrance (36 Ross Way in your GPS), which is handicap accessible.

Patient pick-up/drop-off. A dedicated pick-up/drop-off zone is located on Ross Way at the rear entrance of the practice (36 Ross Way in your GPS).

Please see the map below for more details.

Check the City of Quincy’s Facebook page for updates. The City often posts updates about detours, road closures, and other important updates on its Facebook page. Whenever possible, SSMC will note large-scale traffic changes and closures on our Facebook page as well.

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