List of hospitals in Massachusetts Article

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List of hospitals in Massachusetts ( U.S. state), sorted by location. Unless otherwise noted, these hospitals are full-service, complete with emergency department.

Amesbury

Athol

Attleboro

Ayer

Barnstable County

Bedford

Belmont

Beverly

Boston

Braintree

Bridgewater

Bristol County

Brockton

Brookline

Burlington

Cambridge

Canton

Chelsea

Clinton

Concord

Danvers

Dorchester

East Sandwich

Everett

Fall River

Falmouth

Fitchburg

Foxborough

Framingham

Fort Devens

Gardner

Georgetown

Gloucester

Great Barrington

Greenfield

Haverhill

Holyoke

Hyannis

Lakeville

Lawrence

Leominster

Lowell

Ludlow

Lynn

Malden

Marlborough

Medfield

Medford

Melrose

Methuen

Middleborough

  • High Point Hospital
  • St. Luke's Hospital, formerly Cranberry Specialty Hospital. Closed 2007 – see Southcoast Health System

Milford

Milton

Nantucket

Natick

Needham

New Bedford

Newburyport

Newton

Norfolk

North Adams

Northampton

Norwood

Oak Bluffs

Palmer

Peabody

Pembroke

Petersham

  • The Quabbin Retreat (Behavioral health and substance abuse services, part of Heywood Healthcare)

Pittsfield

Plymouth

  • High Point Treatment
  • Jordan Hospital – Now Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital- Plymouth

Pocasset

Quincy

Revere

Salem

Saugus

Somerville

Southbridge

Springfield

Stockbridge

Stoneham

Stoughton

Taunton

Tewksbury

Waltham

Ware

Wareham

Webster

  • Hubbard Regional Hospital – Facilities now occupied by Harrington Memorial Hospital (Southbridge, MA). Emergency department, sleep Lab, imaging services, lab, ambulatory surgery are open; TCU (private) also open. All inpatient beds are closed, effective May 2009.

Wellesley

Westborough

Westfield

Westwood

Weymouth

Winchester

Woburn

Worcester

References

  1. ^ Carvalho, Jonathan. Historic New Bedford building's fate to be decided. New Bedford Standard-Times, April 21, 2014.
  2. ^ Hammel Lee, "Westboro State Hospital set to close", Telegram & Gazette, April 11, 2010
  3. ^ Woburn Patch, Travel Back in Time: Choate Property has Seen Many Reinventions

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