Boston Young Healthcare Professionals (BYHP) creates opportunities for young healthcare professionals to reach outside of their respective silos and gain exposure to the larger healthcare landscape by connecting with healthcare professionals in various fields. Additionally, as part of the organization’s efforts to improve social determinants of health in the community, BYHP joins forces with various volunteer organizations throughout the year. Please keep an eye on our calendar to see our upcoming BYHP and HealthIMPACT events.

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  • Tue
    5:30 pmShriners Hospital, 51 Blossom Street, Boston, MA 02114

    Please join the ACHE of MA and the Boston Young Healthcare Professionals for a live panel series discussion designed to help young healthcare professionals learn more about how to make career transitions and proactively manage their career development. Register here. 

  • Sat
    10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDTCradles to Crayons, 155 North Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02135

    Cradles to Crayons provides children from birth through age 12, living in homeless or low-income situations, with the essential items they need to thrive – at home, at school and at play.  Join BYHP at The Giving Factory Warehouse to sort donations.

    Register here.

  • Sat
    1:00 pmDowntown Boston

    Hosted by WalkBoston and cosponsored by the Downtown Boston Business Improvement District (BID) and MP Boston.

    Think you have seen everything in Downtown Boston? Guess again.

    Join in a sidewalk scavenger hunt through downtown Boston on Saturday, Oct. 27th, at 1:00pm!

    12:00pm - 12:45pm: Registration, Old City Hall, 45 School St. Gather in the front plaza.
    1:00pm - 3:00pm: Scavenger Hunt, Downtown Boston. We’ll provide a map of the search area.
    3:00pm - 4:00pm: Post-hunt celebration and prizes for top finishers at Scholars, 25 School St.


    1. Participants (teams of 1-6 people) will receive clues challenging them to find specific items embedded or engraved in the Downtown Boston sidewalks and pathways. Bonus questions provide opportunities for groups to earn additional points.
    2. Answer the questions/riddles and travel as a team to each spot. Take a team picture showing the answer. No vehicles or rideshares needed; all locations are within walking distance.
    3. Document it on Twitter or Instagram using the official event hashtag (#StepOnItBoston). Make sure to include teammates in the photos!
    4. Once all the riddles and locations are found, meet at Scholars Bistro (25 School St.) for the post-hunt celebration and prizes for top finishers. Free entry for paid participants. Prizes are generously donated by local businesses and valued over $1,000.

    Event Registration:  Ticket cost: $20/adult and $10/youth

    100% of all proceeds will support WalkBoston, a non-profit organization dedicated to making Massachusetts more walkable.


  • Mon
    6:00 pmHynes Convention Center

    Join BYHP on Monday, November 19th at 6pm in supporting Community Servings for their 26th annual Thanksgiving Pie in the Sky event!

    More than 25,000 pies need to be quality-checked, sorted by flavor and packaged for delivery to pick-up sites. Get into the holiday spirit by working alongside hundreds of volunteers at Pie Central. There will be food, drinks, and of course, lots of pie!

    Buy tickets here!

  • Fri
    8:00 amEY, 200 Clarendon Street, Boston

    Please join Boston Young Healthcare Professionals (BYHP) for our fourth annual healthcare conference! We've assembled a group of accomplished healthcare leaders from all around greater Boston to engage in dialogue around this year's conference theme: The Future of Healthcare: Bringing It Back to the Basics.

    BYHP is pleased to announce Peter Healy, President of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and John McDonough, former member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives and Professor of Public Health Practice at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health as this year's keynote speakers.

    In addition to outstanding keynotes, three panels will focus on the following topics:

    • Panel 1 – What It Means to Put Patients First: A Focus on Patient Centered Care
    • Panel 2 – How We Pay for Healthcare: The Effect of Policy and Care Design on Patients
    • Panel 3 – Why Prioritizing Behavioral Health Matters: The Integration of Behavioral Health and Primary Care

    Please check back often as additional speakers are confirmed. We look forward to seeing you there!

    Register here!