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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.

News Releases

Ground Floor of New Dahod Building Opens August 13

The ground floor of the new Dahod Building opened to patients and visitors on Monday, August 13. The ground floor includes the main campus' new main entrance, containing a spacious new main lobby, gift shop, Dunkin' Donuts coffee shop, expanded imaging services, and the new Patient Service Center.Outpatient Services at the Patient Service Center include: Cashiers and Financial Counseling Diagnostic Imaging Services Laboratory Services Lactation Clinic Nutrition Services Orthopedic and… The ground floor of the new Dahod Building opened to patients and visitors on Monday, August 13. The ground floor includes the main campus' new…

Lowell General Hospital Dedicates New Dahod Building at Varnum Avenue Main Campus

Lowell General Unveils New 200,000 Square-Foot State-of-the-Art Facility  Lowell General Hospital held a dedication ceremony of its new Dahod Building on Thursday, August 9, 2012 at its main campus at 295 Varnum Avenue in Lowell, Massachusetts. Hospital administrators, donors, city and government officials, and leaders from Gilbane Building Company, the real estate developer and construction company leading the project, and RTKL, the building architect, were all in attendance. Named in… Lowell General Unveils New 200,000 Square-Foot State-of-the-Art Facility  Lowell General Hospital held a dedication ceremony of its new Dahod…

Good Medicine: Childhood Immunizations

Today, children in the U.S. routinely get vaccines that protect them from more than a dozen diseases such as measles, mumps, whooping cough, polio, pneumonia, diphtheria and tetanus. In fact, thanks to years of immunization, most of these diseases are now at their lowest levels in history.Vaccines are important because they give immunity (protection) against a disease or make a disease less severe if a child does get it. Without a vaccine, you must get a disease in order to become immune to… Today, children in the U.S. routinely get vaccines that protect them from more than a dozen diseases such as measles, mumps, whooping cough, polio,…

Lowell General Hospital Named 2012 Most Wired

Nation's Most Wired Hospitals Improve Efficiency with Health Information TechnologyLowell General Hospital has been recognized as one of the nation's MOST WIRED for the second consecutive year, according to the results of the 2012 Most Wired Survey released in the July issue of Hospitals & Health Networks magazine. Lowell General is one of nine hospitals in Massachusetts to earn the prestigious honor.The nation's Most Wired hospitals are leveraging the adoption and use of health… Nation's Most Wired Hospitals Improve Efficiency with Health Information TechnologyLowell General Hospital has been recognized as one of the…

Lowell General and Saints Medical Join Forces under New Organization

Circle Health Introduced as New Model of Healthcare Delivery as Hospital Merger is CompleteLowell General Hospital and Saints Medical Center announced today that they have finalized their merger agreement and that the two hospitals will formally combine as Lowell General Hospital effective July 1, 2012.The two hospitals also announced today the establishment of Circle Health, Inc. Circle Health is not only the parent company of Lowell General but is also an umbrella organization that will… Circle Health Introduced as New Model of Healthcare Delivery as Hospital Merger is CompleteLowell General Hospital and Saints Medical Center…

Lowell General Hospital Celebrates Grand Opening of 14 Research Place Facility

Lowell General Hospital celebrated the opening of its new facility at 14 Research Place in North Chelmsford, on Wednesday, June 27, 2012. Joined by Chelmsford town officials, hospital employees and physicians, the hospital hosted a ceremonial ribbon cutting and reception to officially open the new 31,258 square foot medical office building located between 10 and 20 Research Place.The new building at 14 Research Place brings greater access to healthcare specialists and services, with close… Lowell General Hospital celebrated the opening of its new facility at 14 Research Place in North Chelmsford, on Wednesday, June 27, 2012. Joined by…

Lowell General Hospital Named a Top Place to Work by Boston Business Journal

Hospital Ranks 13th in Large Business Category The Boston Business Journal has named Lowell General Hospital one of the Best Places to Work in Massachusetts in its tenth annual regional awards program. The top 25 companies in three size categories — small (20-100 employees), midsize (101-500 employees) and large (more than 500 employees) — were awarded during a lively breakfast ceremony on June 1st at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center and profiled in a special supplement of the… Hospital Ranks 13th in Large Business Category The Boston Business Journal has named Lowell General Hospital one of the Best Places to Work in…

TeamWalk for CancerCare Raises $908,000 for Local Cancer Patients

Annual Walk Closes in on Million Dollar MarkOnce again breaking previous records, the 13th annual TeamWalk for CancerCare hosted by Lowell General Hospital on May 20th collected $908,000 to provide services and support for local cancer patients and their families. The Merrimack Valley's largest single-day fundraising event brought more than 5,000 walkers, volunteers, and supporters on a day that featured gorgeous sunshine and comfortable temperatures. Many participants donned t-shirts for… Annual Walk Closes in on Million Dollar MarkOnce again breaking previous records, the 13th annual TeamWalk for CancerCare hosted by Lowell General…

Lowell General Hospital Expands Minimally Invasive Surgery Offerings

Lowell General is First Hospital in Greater Boston to Perform Single Incision Gallbladder Removal with da Vinci® Si Surgical SystemLowell General Hospital announced today that it has expanded the offerings of its Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery and is the first hospital in Greater Boston to perform a single incision gallbladder removal procedure using the da Vinci Si Surgical System.On Thursday, May 10, 2012 Michael Jiser, MD, FACS, Lowell General Hospital's Chief of General… Lowell General is First Hospital in Greater Boston to Perform Single Incision Gallbladder Removal with da Vinci® Si Surgical SystemLowell…

State Approves Lowell General and Saints Merger

Department of Public Health unanimously votes to approve hospitals' application to form a combined hospital The Public Health Council of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health today voted unanimously to approve Lowell General Hospital and Saints Medical Center's application to form a combined hospital that will operate under one license. "This is a great day for Saints and Lowell General," said Norm Deschene, President and CEO of Lowell General, "and an even better day for the… Department of Public Health unanimously votes to approve hospitals' application to form a combined hospital The Public Health Council of the…

Message to the Community

Dear Friends, It's important to feel good about the community we live in. And contributing to the health of our Greater Lowell community is truly our pleasure, our privilege, our honor and our duty. This week is recognized nationwide as Nurses Week and Hospital Week. It is with great pride that we take a moment to publicly celebrate the women and men of Lowell General Hospital and Saints Medical Center who give their very best to deliver the highest quality of care to the individuals they… Dear Friends, It's important to feel good about the community we live in. And contributing to the health of our Greater Lowell community is truly…

Lowell General Hospital: The first hospital in Massachusetts to perform general surgery procedures with the da Vinci® Si Surgical System

State-of-the-art da Vinci® Si and Skills Simulator Offers Major Advancement in Minimally-Invasive Surgery Platform Lowell General Hospital is the first healthcare facility to receive the da Vinci Si Surgical System with Skills Simulation in Massachusetts' Merrimack Valley, offering the most advanced and state-of-the-art robotic surgical technology to patients today. This makes Lowell General Hospital one of only a few hospitals in Massachusetts to be training surgeons in robotic surgery with… State-of-the-art da Vinci® Si and Skills Simulator Offers Major Advancement in Minimally-Invasive Surgery Platform Lowell General Hospital is the…

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