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Main Campus

The Main Campus of Lowell General Hospital is home to The Patient Service Center, The Cancer Center, The Heart and Vascular Center and the Medical Office Building.

Address

295 Varnum Avenue
Lowell, MA 01854-2134

Main Phone

978-937-6000

Parking 

Parking at Lowell General is free. There is a 10-minute patient drop-off at the front door with plenty of parking in the front parking lot or the parking garage.

Patients and visitors using the main entrance of the hospital are welcome to park in the central parking lot or parking garage located at the main entrance.

There are designated parking areas for patients outside the following areas:

  • Emergency Department (located directly in front of the Emergency Department)
  • MRI and Physical/Occupational Therapy (designated spaces at the top of the service entrance hill)
  • Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation (School of Nursing parking lot at the service entrance)
  • The Cancer Center

There is Handicap Parking at all patient entrances.

Directions by Car

From Interstate 495

Take I-495 to Exit 35B, Route 3 North. Proceed north on Route 3 to Exit 32 (Route 4 and 3A) Drum Hill Interchange. Take the Drum Hill Road exit. Approximately one mile head the road will fork left at a traffic light - stay to the left. You are now on Wood Street. Continue through two sets of traffic lights and cross the Rourke Bridge over the Merrimack River. At the traffic light at the end of the bridge, turn right onto Pawtucket Boulevard. Continue on Pawtucket Boulevard for approximately one mile. Turn left at the traffic lights at the intersection of Varnum Avenue. The main entrance to Lowell General is located on your right.

From Route 128

Take Route 128 to Exit 32 (Route 3 North). Proceed north on Route 3 to Exit 32 (Route 4 and 3A) Drum Hill Interchange. Take the Drum Hill Road exit. Approximately one mile head the road will fork left at a traffic light - stay to the left. You are now on Wood Street. Continue through two sets of traffic lights and cross the Rourke Bridge over the Merrimack River. At the traffic light at the end of the bridge, turn right onto Pawtucket Boulevard. Continue on Pawtucket Boulevard for approximately one mile. Turn left at the traffic lights at the intersection of Varnum Avenue. The main entrance to Lowell General is located on your right.

From Interstate 93

Take I-93 to Exit 43 (Route 133). At the end of the ramp, turn left (towards Tewksbury). Proceed for six miles through Tewksbury and into Lowell. At the traffic light at the intersection of Route 38 (Kittredge Park is on your right), turn right and pass through two sets of stoplights and onto a rotary. Take the second right off the rotary on the VFW Highway (towards Route 38 North Dracut). VFW Highway becomes Rte 113 W. Proceed through five sets of traffic lights and turn right at the intersection of Varnum Avenue. The main entrance to Lowell General is located on your right.

From the Nashua Area

Take Route 3 South, Exit at Tyngsboro Route 113. Turn right at the end of the exit. Continue straight ahead, passing through a set of stoplights and proceed over the Tyngsboro Bridge. Take the first right after the bridge. After travelling about seven miles, you will pass a Dunkin Donuts and then Heritage Ice Cream on your left. A short distance later, you will come to a set of traffic lights at Varnum Avenue. Turn left at the traffic lights at the intersection of Varnum Avenue. The main entrance to Lowell General is located on your right.

From the Pelham, N.H. Area

Take Mammoth Road south. Make a right turn onto Pawtucket Boulevard (a McDonald's restaurant is on your right). Approximately 1/2 mile on the right, at the traffic lights, turn right onto Varnum Avenue. The main entrance to the hospital will be on the right.

Directions by Public Transportation

Lowell General Hospital is located on the Lowell Regional Transit Authority (LRTA) bus route. We are served by Route #7 (Pawtucketville/UMass Lowell North), stop #5.The bus stops at the front door of the hospital.

For those requiring additional assistance, the LRTA Road Runner Service is another option for public transportation. Visit the LRTA website or call them at (978) 459-0164 for more information.

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