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Surgical Services

When your doctor prescribes surgery to repair or fix a problem, you'll likely have many questions and concerns. What will happen? Will you need anesthesia? Who will care for you? When will you be back to normal life? 

Read our Getting Ready for Surgery Guide

Take comfort too in knowing that the surgical team and support staff at Lowell General is here to answer your questions and provide you with resources and help along the way, before, during and after your procedure. And with surgical specialists and the most highly trained operating nurses in the region, you know you're in good hands with the expertise and skill of our surgical teams.

At Lowell General Hospital we have surgeons who are leaders in their fields. Many are medical instructors at some of the nation's top medical schools. Some are on staff at leading Boston hospitals. All have the training, certifications and expertise that help make Lowell General a center of excellence for surgery. Learn more about our surgeons and their specialties.

Click here to learn more about the Surgical Specialties we perform here.

With surgical services at the hospital's Main Operating Room (OR) as well as day surgery at the Surgery Center at Lowell General Hospital's Chelmsford Campus, you will find care and compassion to help you prepare and recover from your procedure and the state-of-the-art technology to ensure it is done right.

To learn more about a type of surgery, visit the Health Resources section of this website, or ask your doctor.

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