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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) updates:
Testing & Treatment available by appointment at all Urgent Care locations.
Visitor restrictions are in place. Please check our new visitor policy effective November 18.

Due to inclement weather forecasted for Saturday, December 5, our TEWKSBURY drive-thru COVID-19 testing will be closing at noon.
Patients with appointments in the afternoon have been notified and rescheduled.

Connecting me to help when my family needs it most

Connecting me to help when my family needs it most

Emergency Medicine and Surgical specialists available around-the-clock to care for patients experiencing serious acute illness and traumatic injuries.

Emergency Department

Don’t let the fear of contracting COVID-19 (Coronavirus) keep you from seeking treatment. We urge you and your family members to pay attention to the warning signs and symptoms of severe illness. Heart attack, stroke, severe infections, and other critical illnesses can only worsen or have life-threatening consequences if you or a loved one tries to wait it out at home. We have all the equipment, expertise, and protocols in place, and follow all state and federal guidelines for patient and staff safety. 

The Emergency Departments at Lowell General Hospital's Main Campus and Saints Campus have Emergency Medicine and Surgical specialists available around-the-clock to care for patients experiencing serious acute illness and traumatic injuries. The emergency departments at both campuses, as well as Circle Health outpatient urgent care centers are staffed by the region’s leading experts in emergency medicine, Merrimack Valley Emergency Associates. 

We strive to provide the right care, at the right time, at the right cost. For non-life threatening conditions and other ailments that require prompt medical attention, such as serious cuts and scrapes, sprains and fractures, or severe colds and flu, our Urgent Care centers in Dracut, Billerica, Tewksbury, and Westford are staffed with experienced physicians with background and training in emergency and family medicine.

If you have any of the following symptoms, dial 911, and seek medical attention immediately:

Chest Pain

Uncontrolled Bleeding

Severe Burns

Difficulty Breathing

Sudden Slurred Speech

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