Jean S. Bonnet, MD
Jean S. Bonnet, MD, works at Hyde Park Health Associates in Hyde Park, Massachusetts. He specializes in Internal Medicine; more specifically in the Psycho, Social, Cultural, and Biological Origin of Disease and Research. With 25 years of experience, Dr. Bonnet proudly is the President of the Ethnicity and Disease Research Center; an organization aiming at looking disparity in health care, integration of ethnic minority physician in research and cultural / linguistic measure in the health care system.
James P. Morgan, MD
Dr. James P Morgan is a Cardiovascular Disease Specialist in our offie. Having more than 46 years of diverse experiences, especially in Cardiovascular Disease, Internal Medicine. Dr. Morgan affiliates with many hospitals including Carney Hospital, St Elizabeth's Medical Center, Boston Medical Center Corporation, and cooperates with other doctors and specialists in medical group Steward Medical Group, Inc
Jean M. Delva, NP
Jean Delva is a licensed independent practitioner who is responsible for managing health problems and coordinating health care for the patients
Practice & Marketing Manager
Clifford Bonnet works with the medical practice to develop business strategies, manage budgets and oversee day-to-day operations (scheduling, billing, collections, etc.). He also ensures the business needs of the practice are met and actively work to recruit new patients.
Jennifer Lynch is responsible for the operations and administration side of the office. She ensures that the office is running smoothly by supervising office staff, hires, terminates, and trains employees.
Welcome to Hyde Park Health Associates, the private practice of Dr. Jean S. Bonnet, M.D.
At Hyde Park Health Associates (HPHA), we not only want to be your primary care provider, we want to be your medical home. HPHA offers board certified physicians and nurse practitioners who can manage all of your health care and wellness needs. We are a multilingual health practice that delivers culturally based medical service. We believe in providing you with a continuous, personal provider relationship; delivering care for not only your illness, but also your wellness. HPHA has been serving Hyde Park, Mattapan and the surrounding communities since 2001.
We use a fully integrated Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system (eClinical Works) to ensure you the best quality of care. Advanced nurse care managers are also utilized to follow our moderate and complex patients more carefully. HPHA also incorporates spiritual healing as a point of care to help treat the entire patient. We strive to use all resources possible to work with you to achieve the best healthcare possible.
Our belief and model created by Dr. Jean Bonnet is; "Before any disease, there is a person".
Latest Clinical News:
As Covid-19 hospitalizations increase, a greater number of Americans are deciding to get vaccinated
August 20th, 2021
With an alarming rise in Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations, more Americans have recently made the decision to get vaccinated than in the last six weeks.
More than 1 million doses of the vaccine were reported administered Thursday, new US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data showed, marking the first time since early July for the single-day change in reported doses. The average pace of those initiating vaccination is more than 70% higher than one month ago.
Oklahoma and Louisiana -- two states that have lagged the rest of the nation in vaccinations -- are now outpacing the national average, White House Covid-19 Response Team Chief of Staff Asma Mirza said in calls with local faith leaders Thursday. "We're seeing a new willingness, a new openness to getting vaccinated," she said in a discussion with Louisiana faith leaders.
As COVID infections remain elevated in Massachusetts, see how many cases are in your city or town
August 19th, 2021
As the delta variant of COVID-19 continues to spread, case counts remain high in Massachusetts. The state Department of Public Health on Thursday reported 1,373 new cases of the virus and 4 more deaths. So far through the pandemic, 693,093 residents have tested positive and 17,799 have died.
There are currently 439 people hospitalized with the virus, including 94 in intensive care and 48 who are intubated. Of the 439 patients, 129 were reportedly fully vaccinated when they contracted COVID, DPH said.