Women’s Health

Dr. Jennifer Potter (second from right) has been named Advisory Dean and Director of the William B. Castle Society.

Fenway’s Dr. Potter Named Castle Society Advisory Dean, Director at Harvard Medical School

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We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Jennifer Potter has been appointed Advisory Dean and Director of the William B. Castle Society at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Potter is Director of the Women’s Health Program and Women’s Health Research at Fenway Health. She also serves as Associate Professor of Medicine, Director of Women’s Health Education, and a physician at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She has been a physician at Fenway Health since 2009. As Director of Women’s Health, Dr. Potter leads Fenway’s growing Women’s Health program and specializes in Internal Medicine, Women’s Health and LGBT Health.  Consistently ranked as 
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Full-time OB/GYN provider Dr. Rebekah Viloria has joined Fenway's Women's Health team.

Meet Dr. Rebekah Viloria

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The Women’s Health team at Fenway Health is happy to announce the arrival of our new full-time OB/GYN provider, Dr. Rebekah Viloria. In addition to her expertise in general Obstetrics/Gynecology, Dr. Viloria has special interests in LGBT Health, management of abnormal pap smears and treatment of cervical dysplasia and irregular bleeding. Dr. Viloria also offers comprehensive obstetrical care and will be the new lead of Fenway’s OB/GYN practice in partnership with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Fenway has offered Obstetrics to our patients since 2014. With this service and a full-time OB/GYN, “Fenway moves closer to fulfilling its mission of 
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Fenway Health recently honored Dr. Sandra Mason, a leader for 15 years in OB/GYN, with a plaque dedication ceremony.

Fenway Health Honors Dr. Sandra Mason

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On June 11, Fenway Health hosted a plaque dedication and reception to celebrate Dr. Sandra Mason, a leader for 15 years in our Women’s Health and OB/GYN programs and mentor to many, who will soon be leaving Fenway. Friends, family, and colleagues gathered to honor Dr. Mason’s legacy of excellence in alternative insemination (AI), gynecology, and obstetrics. Dr. Mason graduated from Harvard Medical School and completed her internship at MetroWest Medical Center and her residency training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She has been pivotal in the growth of Fenway’s Obstetrics program through our formal partnership with Beth Israel 
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The 16th Annual Audre Lorde Cancer Awareness Brunch is October 25 at Fenway Health.

Audre Lorde Brunch Celebrates Sisterhood Of Cancer Survivors

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This Saturday, women whose lives have been touched by cancer and their supporters will come together in the spirit of sisterhood for the 16th Annual Audre Lorde Cancer Awareness Brunch at Fenway Health. Attendees will find a space in which to share, network, laugh, cry, and rediscover their resilience and strength. This year’s brunch is themed “Healing Through Strength and Sisterhood” and will feature musical performances by Women of the World, survivor stories, a spiritual dedication, and more. “This is a truly heartfelt event where women come together to support each other and connect in the spirit of celebration and 
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Out2Brunch attendees enjoying a photo op.

Ethos’ Out2Brunch Helps LBT Seniors Build Community

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Staying connected to the community can be a challenge for any senior citizen, and that challenge is even greater for those who are LGBT. Studies have shown that this demographic is often more isolated from their biological families than non-LGBT seniors. Additionally, LGBT elders are less likely to seek out medical, social, and housing services due to fear of institutional homophobia and transphobia. There is a serious demand for safe, supportive, and accessible spaces for the LGBT senior community. A partnership between elder services organization Ethos and the LGBT Aging Project has created one such safe space in the form 
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