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Chest and Immunization Center

Lost Your Vaccine Card? 

We encourage all individuals who were vaccinated in Massachusetts to request, view, and/or print their own COVID-19 SMART Health card. This will allow those who have received the COVID-19 vaccine to download a digitally formatted certification with a QR Code that verifies their immunization status rather than having to carry around a paper card.

To access your vaccination record, visit My Vax Records  (https://myvaxrecords.mass.gov/) and follow a few easy steps.

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The Chest and Immunization Center at Lowell General Hospital provides comprehensive services for patients who require immunizations, from children to adults. 

COVID-19 VACCINATIONS

We are no longer scheduling COVID-19 vaccine appointments or booster appointments for the general public and are unable to accommodate walk-ins at this time. Please visit: vaxfinder.mass.gov to find a vaccine appointment near you. 

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When You Arrive at the Chest and Immunization Center

There is plenty of FREE parking at the Saints Campus in the parking garage or in the lot in front of the main entrance.

The Lowell General Hospital Saints Campus is located on the Lowell Regional Transit Authority (LRTA) bus route. We are served by Route #2 (Belvidere), stop #3.

For non-English speaking community members, we will have interpreter services present to help answer any questions, along with virtual translation assistance.

The Chest and Immunization Center is handicapped accessible and staff are available to assist with wheelchair access.

 

Services Offered

For a current list of vaccinations provided at our Center, view our Immunization Card.

In addition, the Chest and Immunization Center offers treatment for non-infectious, non-contagious (latent) tuberculosis (TB). Our center is staffed by a board-certified pulmonologist and nurses with extensive experience treating latent TB, and provides patients with education and testing to manage their disease.

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Keeping You Connected!

There are a number of ways to stay up to date with Lowell General Hospital. Learn more about the latest health updates on COVID-19, nutrition and wellness information available in our health library, and current hospital news and resources.