Get the care your child needs, when your child needs it

With Tufts Health Together with Boston Children’s ACO, you can find the right care for your child at the right time.

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Care during office hours

Your child’s primary care provider (PCP) is the provider you contact first. In many cases, your child’s PCP will be a pediatrician who specializes in caring for infants, children and adolescents. Call your child’s PCP when your child needs care during normal business hours.

It’s important that your child sees his or her PCP for routine checkups, and recommended vaccinations and screenings. Your child’s checkups are covered in full. Schedule an appointment right away, even if your child feels healthy. Your child’s PCP:

  • Oversees your child’s health care
  • Monitors your child’s development
  • Diagnoses and treats many common health issues
  • Helps manage chronic conditions
  • Talks with you about the preventive services your child needs
  • Refers your child to specialists and tells you who to call when your child needs advanced care

Care after hours

Call your PCP’s office if your child needs care after hours. Your child can get help from a health care provider who is on call.

Talk to a nurse any time

Call our 24/7 NurseLine any time at 888-MY-RN-LINE (888-697-6546) if you:

  • Need help deciding whether or not you should take your child to the emergency room
  • Want to know more about your child’s health issue and/or treatment options
  • Want to know more about drugs or treatments

This service does not take the place your child’s PCP or other providers.

Urgent care

Call your child’s PCP 24/7. Your child’s provider may be able to see your child or may tell you to take your child to an urgent care facility.

Emergency care

Call 911 to get help right away.

Get care in your own language

Our Provider Directory shows if a provider speaks languages other than English. Check the Provider Directory at

If you need an interpreter for a medical, behavioral health or dental visit, we can help. Please call member services at 888-257-1985 (TTY: 711), Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call at least 72 hours before your visit. If you need an American Sign Language interpreter, please call at least two weeks prior to your visit.

Check out your benefits

Tufts Health Together with Boston Children’s ACO gives you lots of ways to stay healthy.

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Get care from a nurse, doctor or other provider

Find out how to access routine, urgent and emergency care.

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Enjoy great EXTRAS: discounts and perks

Kids can get rewards, like gift cards, for taking care of their health.

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See how we can help you improve your health

From nutrition and fitness coaching to managing special health conditions, we've got your child covered.

Need help?

Call us at 888-257-1985 (TTY: 711), Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. We have bilingual staff. We also have translation services if your first language is not English.

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