There is limited metered parking around Government Center. Metered Parking on nearby Cambridge Street is $1.25/hr with a 2 hour maximum (no roadside parking on State street).
However, parking lots are available near our office. For our handicapped patients, we provide complimentary parking at the parking garage at 28 State Street.
LAZ has parking available at $26 for 1 hour, and is located at 60 State Street between Congress and Kilby. Parking is also available at Standard Parking at 75 State St. Garage rates are $25/hr.
Our Government Center doctor’s office is in the Citizen’s Bank Building and located right across from Staples.
We have two entrances, one off Washington Street and the other on Congress. Washington Street turns into a brick pedestrian walkway, and the entrance to our doctor’s office is right off this walkway. The other entrance on Congress is right off of the Congress and State intersection.
Building security requires patients to check in at the lobby desk to receive a visitor’s pass. Please allow for a few extra minutes to get your pass before your appointment.
If you get lost, please call us and we will be happy to assist you.
Mon - Fri: 8am - 6pm
Mon - Fri: 8am - 11am, 12pm - 3pm
Nicole Badie loves family medicine as it allows her to care for patients through all stages of their lives. She believes that One Medical Group is altering the status quo in favor of providing a higher standard of care, and she enjoys seeing patients benefit from the supportive staff and increased appointment time. Nicole presents the most up-to-date evidence and care standards to her patients and collaborates with them to make informed decisions. She takes interest in disease prevention and in treating a variety of issues (particularly diabetes mellitus, obesity, cervical dysplasia, anxiety and depression). To stay healthy, Nicole meditates, prepares and eats whole, unprocessed foods, and makes sure to get some cardiovascular exercise every day. She recently volunteered with the Youth Empowerment Program in Cambridge, and hopes to find more local volunteer opportunities in Boston. Nicole relocated to New England in order to attend the Harvard School of Public Health. She earned her medical degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine before completing her residency at the University of Cincinnati Department of Family Medicine. She is certified through the American Board of Family Medicine.
Bill is a thoughtful primary care provider who believes that building strong relationships with patients is the core of effective medicine. Through attentive listening and careful consideration of each patient's story, Bill aims to illuminate and educate patients while collaborating with them to find their unique paths to optimal health. He is passionate about baseball and music, and enjoys playing bassoon, cello, and piano, as well as choral singing. His interests also include healthcare reform, Brazilian history and culture, and French literature. After graduating from the University of Vermont College of Medicine, Bill completed his residency at the University of North Carolina Hospitals in Chapel Hill. He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Pediatrics.
Note: sees patients age 14 and older.
Divya is passionate about building long-term relationships with patients and guiding them through their health care choices. She takes a holistic approach to primary care and prefers to use natural healing techniques like lifestyle and diet changes and stress management when possible. She spends her free time reading and watching movies, and enjoys cooking for family and friends. She attended George Washington University Medical School and completed her residency at the Montefiore Medical Center Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Note: sees patients age 18 and older.
A Massachusetts native, Lee Orsky began her medical career in Boston and is happily returning to the city after spending over two decades in Vermont. Lee believes good, affordable primary care is the foundation of a good health care system, and she says One Medical Group provides the tools necessary to build a truly effective practice. Questions are welcome during visits with Lee, and she aims to always review proposed treatment plans and next steps with patients before ending each session. Lee enjoys treating a variety of issues including addiction, sports injuries, and infectious disease. Outside of the office, she enjoys hiking, running, and walking her two dogs, as well as cooking, gardening, and camping. Lee also supports the Vermont Refugee Association and volunteers with Health Care for the Homeless as a parent volunteer/student mentor. Lee is certified through The National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) and served as an adjunct professor at the University of Vermont Medical School from 1991-2013. She attended the University of Massachusetts Amherst for her undergraduate studies and earned her PA degree at Northeastern University.
Isabel is a compassionate and thorough provider who enjoys taking the time to get to know her patients’ unique needs and backgrounds. She has experience treating a wide variety of health concerns, and her integrative approach to medicine allows patients the flexibility of creating a health plan in-line with their unique needs. Isabel completed her master’s at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Worcester, MA, where she developed a strong passion for lifestyle modification techniques, nutrition, and dermatology. She is board-certified as a physician assistant through the NCCPA.