Commonwealth Community Care

A clinical affiliate of Commonwealth Care Alliance


December 8, 2015

CCC at Home in New Location

Commonwealth Community Care has moved into their new office space at 30 Northampton Street in Boston.  The ground floor facility houses a primary care office specially designed to serve people with disabilities.  With extra large exam rooms, overhead lifts to assist with transfer of patients to hi-lo adjustable exam tables, and a scale to weigh people in wheelchairs, the clinical area is well-suited to CCC’s specialized primary care practice.  In addition, a rehab room provides the space and equipment for CCC’s PT/OT staff to fit and adjust adaptive equipment.  The second floor provides administrative space for CCC’s clinicians and support staff.  There is ample parking in front of the building for visitors.

May 1, 2015

Construction begins on our new Boston office

Construction has begun on Commonwealth Community Care’s new Boston primary care office at 30 Northampton Street, with a planned completion date of September 2015.  The Northampton Street location is the result of a long search for a new home for CCC Boston that will allow our growing health care practice to remain in the South End community, close to Boston Medical Center, and close to the people we serve.  With the support of Commonwealth Care Alliance and in collaboration with building owners Majon Realty Corp. and their contractor, Pimentel Construction, CCC will be moving later this year into the completely renovated, fully accessible 15,000 square foot space, which includes primary offices, a physical therapy room, meeting rooms, and administrative space for our staff.  Look for more announcements as we get closer to the move date. ask siri

March 11, 2015

CCC Springfield Holds Open House and Job Interviews on April 2

Commonwealth Community Care in Springfield will hold an open house for job-seeking clinicians on Thursday, April 2, 2015 from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. CCC is hiring RNs, NPs, PAs, LPNs and bi-lingual LISCWs and our clinical management team will be conducting on-site interviews. Come and enjoy light refreshments and learn why CCC is a great place to work. zipcar site down The Open House will be held at 101 Wason Avenue, 3rd Floor in Springfield. Click here to download the flyer for more information and to share with others.


November 25, 2013

Commonwealth Community Care Opens Springfield Office

Commonwealth Community Care is pleased to announce the opening of our primary care office in Springfield, Massachusetts.  The new office is located at 3550 Main Street.  In addition to the accessible exam rooms and rehabilitiation room, the office will provide an administrative office space for clinical staff serving all of Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin counties.  Office hours are 8:30 a.m to 5:00 p.m.  For more information on location and staff, please go to Springfield Care Center on this website.

June 13, 2013

CMMI Program Pairs Enhanced Care Management with Technology Aids

Commonwealth Community Care and Commonwealth Care Alliance are participating in a new program designed to improve the health of persons needing intensive health management.  The outreach program is funded through a Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation grant and aims to provide better care to individuals while lowering health care costs.  Program participants include people with chronic medical illnesses such as hypertension, diabetes and COPD, and co-existing psychiatric illnesses.  A team of four Commonwealth Community Care nurse practitioners will focus on the primary care needs of clients from Vinfen, Bay Cove Human Services, North Suffolk Mental Health, and the Brookline Community Mental Health Center, partnering with health outreach workers and community based support teams from those agencies.  Program participants will also be encouraged to use “Health Buddy,” an electronic tool developed by Bosch to aid in patient self-management.  Dartmouth College will analyze data generated from the program to assess the effectiveness of the team’s efforts, based on measurable clinical outcomes, and decreased Emergency Department and hospital utilization. The program launched in December 2012 adn will continue for three years.

January 18, 2013

Boston’s Community Medical Group becomes Commonwealth Community Care

With the launch of our new website, Boston’s Community Medical Group is officially renamed Commonwealth Community Care. Since 1988, Boston’s Community Medical Group (known as BCMG) has built a reputation for excellence in care for people with disabilities. To support the expansion of these services to new parts of the state, BCMG needed a name that would reflect and communicate the core values, unique focus, and mission of the clinical group, and that would resonate with the consumers we serve. Our Board of Directors selected Commonwealth Community Care to connect us to our parent organization, Commonwealth Care Alliance; to reflect our commitment to promoting independence and enhancing people’s ability to live in the community of their choice; and to reflect a more holistic approach to wellness beyond pure medical care and reflect the broad scope of our interdisciplinary teams. Commonwealth Community Care retains the promise of BCMG to be “Focused on your health. Committed to your independence.”

November 2, 2012

Commonwealth Care Alliance Selected for Integrated Care Organization Contract Negotiations

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) Office of Medicaid (MassHealth) has announced that Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA) has been selected for contract negotiations to participate as an Integrated Care Organization (ICO) in the Massachusetts Demonstration to Integrate Care for Dual Eligible individuals.

As a clinical affiliate of CCA, Commonwealth Community Care (CCC) will be expanding services throughout Middlesex and Norfolk counties, as well as Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin and Essex counties. Plans are currently underway to open CCC offices in Framingham, Worcester, Lawrence, and Springfield and to begin services to Dual Eligible individuals between ages 21 and 64 in the new areas by April, 2013.