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Directions to East Greenwich Location

Women & Infants' Medical Office Building & Center for Health Education
Driving Directions
1050 Main Street
East Greenwich, RI 02818
Phone: 401-886-4200
Fax: 401-886-4276

Heading South on 95 - from Providence:

  • Take 95 South to exit 9 – Route 4 (on left side of highway)
  • Take first exit (8) – East Greenwich
  • Bear right onto Route 401 (Division St.)
  • Follow Route 401 to end – This will bring you to a set of lights at Main St.
  • Take right onto Main St. South
  • 1/4 mile down on left is a large green sign marking the Greenwich Village Plaza. This is 1050 Main Street. Women & Infants' building is straight ahead and clearly marked.

Heading North on 95 - from Connecticut:

  • Take exit 8A to Route 2 – East Greenwich
  • Take a left onto Route 401 (Division St.) and follow to end.
  • This will bring you to a set of lights at Main St.
  • Take right onto Main St. South
  • 1/4 mile down on left is a large green sign marking the Greenwich Village Plaza. This is 1050 Main Street. Women & Infants' building is straight ahead and clearly marked.

From South County - Heading North

  • Take Route 4 North to exit 6 – East Greenwich – Route 2
  • Take a left onto Route 2
  • Follow Route 2 to first set of lights and take a right onto Frenchtown Road.
  • Follow Frenchtown Road to the end and take a left onto Route 1 North.
  • Follow Route 1 for about 2 miles and at the second set of lights you will see two office condominiums on your right.
  • Pull into the Greenwich Village Plaza and Women & Infants is clearly marked on the building.
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