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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) updates - Testing is available by appointment at all our Urgent Care locations, including for out-of-state summer travel requirements.
Please check our new visitor policy effective June 12.

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Coronavirus

Important information on COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

We understand that our patients, visitors and staff may have concerns about the impact COVID-19 may have on our community. Please know that Circle Health and Lowell General Hospital are well prepared to care for a patient with this illness, and to protect all other patients and their families, as well as our healthcare providers and staff. Check here for the latest up-to-date information regarding visitor restrictions, Urgent Care appointments, new Patient Service Center hours, and more. Help Us Heal We understand that our patients, visitors and staff may have concerns about the impact COVID-19 may have on our community. Please know that Circle Health and Lowell General Hospital are well prepared to care for a patient with this illness, and to protect all other patients and their families, as well as our healthcare providers and staff. Check here for the latest up-to-date information regarding visitor restrictions, Urgent Care appointments, new Patient Service Center hours, and more. Help Us Heal
Help Us Heal

Help Us Heal

Over the past few months, the COVID-19 pandemic has challenged our hospital like never before. We rose to that challenge, using our commitment to patients and the community as our guiding light. And throughout this crisis, our community has been there for us, contributing emotional and financial support to help our caregivers and support staff focus on caring for patients. Over the past few months, the COVID-19 pandemic has challenged our hospital like never before. We rose to that challenge, using our commitment to patients and the community as our guiding light. And throughout this crisis, our community has been there for us, contributing emotional and financial support to help our caregivers and support staff focus on caring for patients.
Katherine and Elizabeth Console, twin nurses at LGH

Twin sisters tackle coronavirus as Lowell General nurses

There’s not much in life that Elizabeth and Katherine Conole haven’t gone through together. The 25-year-old fraternal twins, who share a house in Tyngsboro, have been side by side through high school, college and now their careers as nurses at Lowell General Hospital. And for the past few months, they’ve also been taking on a new challenge together — caring for COVID-19 patients on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. There’s not much in life that Elizabeth and Katherine Conole haven’t gone through together. The 25-year-old fraternal twins, who share a house in Tyngsboro, have been side by side through high school, college and now their careers as nurses at Lowell General Hospital. And for the past few months, they’ve also been taking on a new challenge together — caring for COVID-19 patients on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
TeamWalk on Your Terms 2020

TeamWalk on Your Terms

It’s certainly not how we planned to celebrate TeamWalk this year, but challenging times call for innovative actions. Therefore, we present TeamWalk on Your Terms! TeamWalk on Your Terms allows you to hold TeamWalk on your turf and on your time! It’s certainly not how we planned to celebrate TeamWalk this year, but challenging times call for innovative actions. Therefore, we present TeamWalk on Your Terms! TeamWalk on Your Terms allows you to hold TeamWalk on your turf and on your time!
Urgent Care summer

Circle Health Urgent Care Expands Services at all Locations

Here at Circle Health, we promise to provide Complete connected care to our community and have implemented new procedures to best serve our patients during the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) emergency. We know that accidents and illness can’t wait, and always strive to provide the right care at the right place at the right time. Here at Circle Health, we promise to provide Complete connected care to our community and have implemented new procedures to best serve our patients during the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) emergency. We know that accidents and illness can’t wait, and always strive to provide the right care at the right place at the right time.
ANCC logo for site visit

MAGNET RECOGNITION PROGRAM® — SITE VISIT

Lowell General Hospital was designated as a Magnet organization in 2010 and 2015 by the ANCC Magnet Recognition Program®. This prestigious designation recognizes excellence in nursing services. In June 2020, Lowell General Hospital is applying for re-designation. Lowell General Hospital was designated as a Magnet organization in 2010 and 2015 by the ANCC Magnet Recognition Program®. This prestigious designation recognizes excellence in nursing services. In June 2020, Lowell General Hospital is applying for re-designation.
Exterior Alternative Care Site (ACS)

Lowell General Hospital, state and local officials, agree to close alternative care site at UMass Lowell

Lowell General Hospital leadership, in close coordination with local and state officials, has determined that the additional space created at the alternative care site at UMass Lowell’s Campus Recreation Center will no longer be required at this time. The space will be returned to the university in the coming days. Lowell General Hospital leadership, in close coordination with local and state officials, has determined that the additional space created at the alternative care site at UMass Lowell’s Campus Recreation Center will no longer be required at this time. The space will be returned to the university in the coming days.
COVID-19: Contact Tracing

Baker-Polito Administration Provide Update on Community Tracing Collaborative

On Thursday, May 7, the Baker-Polito Administration joined Partners in Health and local public health officials to provide an update on contract tracing efforts through the COVID-19 Community Tracing Collaborative (CTC) launched last month. The initiative focuses on tracing the contacts of confirmed positive COVID-19 patients, and supporting individuals in quarantine, building on COVID-19 Response Command Center efforts to leverage public health college students to augment the contact tracing being done by local boards of health. On Thursday, May 7, the Baker-Polito Administration joined Partners in Health and local public health officials to provide an update on contract tracing efforts through the COVID-19 Community Tracing Collaborative (CTC) launched last month. The initiative focuses on tracing the contacts of confirmed positive COVID-19 patients, and supporting individuals in quarantine, building on COVID-19 Response Command Center efforts to leverage public health college students to augment the contact tracing being done by local boards of health.
Jeanna Barbieri in ED

Pictures for Patients

For families with a loved one admitted to the hospital, we know how hard it is to be apart as we maintain a no visitor policy to protect patients and staff. The goal of Pictures for Patients is to bring families a little closer to their loved one during such a stressful time. For families with a loved one admitted to the hospital, we know how hard it is to be apart as we maintain a no visitor policy to protect patients and staff. The goal of Pictures for Patients is to bring families a little closer to their loved one during such a stressful time.
UMass Lowell Alternate Care Site Image

Lowell General Hospital creating alternative care site at UMass Lowell

In collaboration with the Governor’s Office, the City of Lowell, UMass Lowell and the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA), Lowell General Hospital is preparing an alternative care site to provide additional bed capacity to the Merrimack Valley in anticipation of a continued rise in cases of COVID-19. In collaboration with the Governor’s Office, the City of Lowell, UMass Lowell and the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA), Lowell General Hospital is preparing an alternative care site to provide additional bed capacity to the Merrimack Valley in anticipation of a continued rise in cases of COVID-19.
LGH Accepting Donations

Lowell General Hospital is Accepting Donations

Your support is more important now than ever. A financial contribution to the COVID-19 Relief Fund at Lowell General Hospital allows us to respond to the most urgent needs of our hospital, staff and patients. Your gift allows us to support our workforce as they courageously care for our patients every day. Your support is more important now than ever. A financial contribution to the COVID-19 Relief Fund at Lowell General Hospital allows us to respond to the most urgent needs of our hospital, staff and patients. Your gift allows us to support our workforce as they courageously care for our patients every day.

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