The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN has conferred a gold-level Beacon Award for Excellence on the intensive care unit at Lowell General Hospital. The Beacon Award for Excellence — a significant milestone on the path to exceptional patient care and healthy work environments — recognizes unit caregivers who successfully improve patient outcomes and align practices with AACN’s six Healthy Work Environment Standards.
Circle Health’s affiliated physicians are some of the best in New England in their respective fields. Boston Magazine’s annual Top Doctors list agrees — 13 Circle Health physicians were selected as Top Doctors in the January issue.
What has made you sick? With this busy flu season, there are many illnesses circulating that are caused by a virus and cannot be treated by antibiotics.
Every three years Lowell General Hospital, the Greater Lowell Health Alliance, and the University of Massachusetts Lowell collaborate to create the Greater Lowell Community Health Needs Assessment. The needs assessment analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of health services in the area, identifies barriers accessing health services, and provides recommendations to improve the health of area residents.
As you spend your New Year’s Day morning watching the Rose Parade please be aware that Lowell General Hospital is a special part of this annual event. The theme for this year’s float is Light in the Darkness. Lowell General’s rose will carry the message Compassion Never Ends. We are proud to support New England Donor Services and the process of organ and tissue donation.
Lowell General Hospital’s annual gift basket raffle to benefit the Lowell Sun’s Sun Santa drive was another huge success, raising more than $155,000 for the newspaper’s holiday effort to help families in need around the holidays.
Wellforce today announced that Michael J. Dandorph will become the president and chief executive officer of the growing health system, effective January 2020.
Winter sports can be a great way for people of all ages to add variety to exercise, meet new people, and have fun during the cold winter months. Skiing, snowboarding and tubing are uniquely winter activities that nearly anyone can enjoy safely by following some a few rules.
More than 100 guests were treated to a night of Indian culture while raising $16,000 for cancer patients at Lowell General Hospital’s second annual Diwali Celebration on Friday, October 25 at Clark Auditorium on the hospital’s main campus.
On Thursday, November 7 at the flag poles at the main and Saints campuses, we honored and thanked our employees and physicians who are military…