List of hospitals in Massachusetts

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

Amesbury

  • Amesbury Health Center
  • Lahey Clinic – Amesbury (formerly Amesbury Hospital)(Part of Amesbury Health Center)

Athol

Attleboro

Ayer

Barnstable County

Bedford

Belmont

Beverly

  • Beverly Hospital

Boston

Braintree

  • Braintree Rehabilitation Hospital

Bridgewater

Bristol County

  • Bristol County Tuberculosis Hospital (defunct)

Brockton

Brookline

Burlington

Cambridge

Canton

  • Massachusetts Hospital School

Chelsea

  • L.F. Quigley Memorial Hospital (Part of Chelsea Soldier's Home)
  • Chelsea Soldier's Home (Owned and operated by Commonwealth of MA)
  • Massachusetts General Hospital new satellite health center for Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Chelsea Memorial Hospital closed 1996, satellite health center for Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Chelsea Naval Hospital closed 1974, converted to condominiums
  • Chelsea Marine Hospital closed 1940, converted to Navy housing later converted to condominiums

Clinton

Concord

Danvers

  • Hunt Center
  • Massachusetts General Hospital a.k.a. MGH North satellite health center
  • Danvers State Hospital (demolished)

Devens

Dorchester

East Sandwich

Everett

Fall River

Falmouth

Fitchburg

  • Burbank Hospital (urgent care only)

Foxborough

  • Brigham and Women's / Mass General Health Care Center

Framingham

Gardner

Georgetown

  • Baldpate Hospital (Psychiatric)

Gloucester

  • Addison Gilbert Hospital

Great Barrington

Greenfield

Haverhill

  • Holy Family at Merrimack Valley Hospital (formerly Hale Hospital)
  • The Whittier Pavilion Hospital (Psych)

Holyoke

  • State Medical Examiner's Office for Western MA

Hyannis

Lakeville

Lawrence

Leominster

Lowell

Ludlow

  • HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Western Massachusetts

Lynn

Malden

  • Hallmark Health System

Marlborough

Medfield

Medford

Melrose

Methuen

  • Holy Family Hospital and Medical Center

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

  • Charron Maternity Hospital (closed)[1]
  • St. Luke's Hospital, part of the Southcoast Health System
  • Parkwood Hospital, formerly Union Hospital, now Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Massachusetts
  • High Point Treatment Center
  • Mediplex Rehabilitation Hospital

Newburyport

  • Anna Jaques Hospital

Newton

Norfolk

  • Southwood Community Hospital, a.k.a. Pinewood, Norfolk (closed), formerly Pondville State (Cancer/DPH) Hospital in the 1970s.

North Adams

Northampton

Norwood

Oak Bluffs

Palmer

Peabody

Pembroke

  • Pembroke Hospital (Psychiatric)

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

  • Quincy Medical Center – Steward Health Care. Closed December 2014, except for 24hr ER Emergency Services
  • Quincy Mental Health Center

Revere

Salem

Saugus

Somerville

Southbridge

  • Harrington Memorial Hospital

Springfield

Stockbridge

Stoneham

Stoughton

  • New England Sinai Hospital and Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Curahealth Hospital – 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

  • Charles River Hospital (Psychiatric hospital was closed, torn down in 2002, redeveloped into houses)

Westborough

Westfield

Westwood

  • Westwood Lodge Hospital (Psychiatric)(Closed)

Weymouth

  • South Shore Hospital

Winchester

Woburn

  • New England Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Choate Memorial Hospital (opened 1909, closed 1989, now a medical center and an assisted living)[3]

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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