Each year, Lowell General Hospital employees nominate managers and supervisors for their outstanding leadership and contributions to the organization. The Rewards and Recognition Council votes for the year’s Cupola Award recipients based on the nominees’ abilities to meet the hospital’s Standards of Performance and the dimensions of Completed connected care through personal stories or specific actions shared by the nominees’ team.
This year’s event, Merrimack Valley’s biggest single-day fundraiser was held at a new location, LeLacheur Park, the home of the Lowell Spinners. With the help of walkers and generous corporate sponsors, the event raised nearly $810,000, all of which will go to help cancer patients in need.
Circle Health and Lowell General Hospital CEO Jody White was recently honored at the Lowell House “Living in the Light” Gala alongside two other local leaders for leadership in combatting the opioid crisis.
Lowell General Hospital celebrates the exceptional nurses who dedicate themselves to caring for others. We recognize these professionals for their ongoing commitment to our patients and the community.
Fresh fruits and vegetables will once again be available at Lowell General Hospital’s main and Saints campuses on Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. thanks to Mill City Grows’ Mobile Market.
"For Your Health" is Circle Health's free magazine, which is published several times a year, providing you and your family with information to help you make good health decisions.
The Lowell General Hospital family of patient service centers grew to nine with the official opening of our new facility in Pelham, NH on Monday, May 6.
Did you know that stroke – the No. 2 most common cause of death worldwide – is preventable, treatable and beatable? A stroke or "brain attack" occurs when a blood clot blocks an artery or a blood vessel breaks, interrupting blood flow to an area of the brain. When either of these things happen, brain cells begin to die and brain damage occurs. That's why a stroke should be treated as an emergency.
Four local non-profits will address some of the most pressing health needs in the region thanks to grants awarded by Circle Health at an awards breakfast on Wednesday, April 24, at hospital’s main campus.
TeamWalk for CancerCare will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a new venue and date, but the mission remains the same – to support local cancer patients in need.