The Manet Vision Center, located at our North Quincy practice site, opened its doors to Manet patients in February 2015. The Director is Jeanne Hopkins, OD, who earned her Doctorate of Optometry from New England College of Optometry in Boston and has more than two decades' experience in optometric practice in this region.
Initial hours of the Center are Monday 10:30 am-7 pm, Tuesday 8:30 am-5 pm, and Thursday 8:30 am-5 pm. Services provided include:
Annual eye exams for adults and children over 4 years old
Evaluation and treatment of minor eye injuries and infections
Contact lens fittings for new and established wearers, a self-pay service
The Manet Vision Center does not have an optical shop and will not dispense glasses.
For an appointment, please call 617-376-3000 or 857-403-0820.
Accepting New Patients!
Flu season is upon us, and it’s early this year.
The first line of defense is an easy one — hand washing. The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention says keeping your hands clean is the one of the best ways to prevent the spread of infection and illness. Wet your hands, turn off the water and apply soap. Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds.
At Manet Community Health, we're committed to bringing the highest standard of comprehensive primary and preventive health care to the South Shore. We work where you live, with practice sites in North Quincy, Houghs Neck, Hull, Snug Harbor/Germantown and Taunton.
We are in this together. As a not-for-profit, independent community health center, we rely on YOU as our partners in the mission! Your tax-deductible support will move the Manet Mission forward.
Manet on the Move
On Dec. 13, Manet's Quincy Medical Center (QMC) Primary Care team, HIV Case Managers and Prevention Specialists closed up shop at QMC, then spent the rest of the weekend moving. Our providers started seeing patients bright and early Monday morning, Dec. 15, in their new home in North Quincy. And our HIV Team opened their doors right on time Monday at our Snug Harbor/Germantown site.
"We're excited to welcome our patients to this beautiful North Quincy facility," says Lily Yung, MD, Lead Physician of the Manet QMC team. "We have settled in comfortably on the first floor. Come see us!"
Thanks to our fabulous Director of Facilities, Marsha Meade, and all our teams for making our commitment to uninterrupted care possible.
You can view more photos of our move - both moves - on Manet's Facebook page.
To make an appointment at our North Quincy facility, call 857-403-0820.
Read our letter of relocation to our QMC patients:
Counseling and nicotine replacement therapy can double your odds of success at quitting smoking. Meet with our Wellness/Tobacco Counselor, Jennifer Turpel, to get started. Appointments are available for registered Manet patients at these locations and times:
Manet Community Health Center is addressing the growing problem of opioid overdoses in South Shore communities with a free program to distribute a drug that has the potential to reverse overdoses and save lives. Manet’s effort is part of a pilot initiative by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Opioid Prevention and Reversal Project.
Presently, Manet has the largest team from Quincy to Brockton that distributes nasal naloxone (Narcan)—known as the anti-overdose drug—and trains area residents in its use on a daily basis by walk-in or appointment (call 857-939-4108). Anyone can receive the free training, whether or not they are a Manet patient. Evening hours are available.
Creating Healthier South Shore
Communities for 34 Years
Manet has earned
Gold Seal of Approval™
Manet Community Health Center serves the broad preventive and primary care needs of the residents of the South Shore region through pediatrics,
family medicine, and internal medicine.
Founded in 1979, Manet has five practice sites
and a diverse staff who are committed to ensuring that our patients enjoy access
to all levels of the health care system. One of our priorities is providing
services for the medically underserved.
This health center is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b, and deemed under the Federal Tort Claims Act.
Call to Action
Sign Up to be a Health Center Advocate!
The Campaign for America's Health Centers was launched on June 30, 2011 to preserve and strengthen the network of health centers to deliver long term savings to the health care system and ultimately a perpetuate a healthier country.
Manet looks forward to mobilizing this Campaign for America's Health Centers, which will be a constant and intense effort. These are unprecedented and critical times with threats to Manet and our fellowship of community health centers nationwide.
Please join with Manet, and sign up to be a part of this campaign by going to the National Association of Community Health Center's Campaign for America's Health Centers project page at:
Meet our new Chief Executive Officer: John J. Holiver. He brings more than 20 years in leadership roles at Greater Boston hospitals to the task. A native of Holbrook, John joins us at a time when the role of health centers is more important than ever nationwide.
“The communities of the South Shore have given me everything I have today—my respect for our heritage, for our beautiful natural places, and for the people who make it a great place to live. Serving on the Board is one small way I can give back.”
“I know the quality of care at Manet Community Health first-hand—as a son whose mother was treated here, as a husband, and now as a proud patient.” – Michael R. Milner, D.H.Sc., PA-C, Hewitt's Landing, Hingham
Manet Board Member & Patient
“Manet is delivering the kind of personalized, comprehensive care that will help more people enjoy healthier futures.”
– Michael R. Milner, D.H.Sc., PA-C, Hewitt's Landing, Hingham
Manet Board Member & Patient
“Manet does so much for our community, and we don't refuse care to anyone. We are continuing to grow. This is a really exciting time.”