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Wayne E. Pasanen, MD, FASAM

Vice President, Medical Affairs

Wayne E. Pasanen, MDWayne E. Pasanen, MD, FACEP, FASAM, has served as Vice President for Medical Affairs since 1993. Dr. Pasanen has served as an Emergency Department physician at Lowell General Hospital and as Chief of Emergency Medicine for over thirty years.

Dr. Pasanen is on the faculty of UMass Medical School, Northeastern University and the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Science. Additionally, Dr. Pasanen serves as Medical Director for Habit OpCo, an outpatient substance abuse clinic in Lowell, Lawrence and Fitchburg.

Dr. Pasanen is board certified in both Emergency Medicine and Addiction Medicine.

A former President-Elect of the Medical Staff at Lowell General Hospital, Dr. Pasanen served as Chairman of the Massachusetts Medical Society Emergency Medicine Section and President of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians. He also served as the President of the Massachusetts Society of Addiction Medicine. He maintains membership in the American Medical Association; the Massachusetts Medical Society; the Middlesex North Medical Society; the American College of Emergency Physicians; the American College of Physician Executives; and the American Society of Addiction Medicine.

Dr. Pasanen is a Corporator of Lowell General Hospital and has served on the Board of Directors of the Lowell YMCA and the Lowell Transitional Living Center where he was President of the Board for two years.

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