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.

AmesburyEdit

AtholEdit

AttleboroEdit

AyerEdit

Barnstable CountyEdit

BedfordEdit

BelmontEdit

BeverlyEdit

BostonEdit

BraintreeEdit

BridgewaterEdit

Bristol CountyEdit

BrocktonEdit

BrooklineEdit

BurlingtonEdit

CambridgeEdit

CantonEdit

ChelseaEdit

ClintonEdit

ConcordEdit

DanversEdit

DevensEdit

DorchesterEdit

East SandwichEdit

EverettEdit

Fall RiverEdit

FalmouthEdit

FitchburgEdit

FoxboroughEdit

FraminghamEdit

GardnerEdit

GeorgetownEdit

GloucesterEdit

Great BarringtonEdit

GreenfieldEdit

HaverhillEdit

HolyokeEdit

  • State Medical Examiner's Office for Western MA

HyannisEdit

LakevilleEdit

LawrenceEdit

LeominsterEdit

LowellEdit

LudlowEdit

LynnEdit

MaldenEdit

MarlboroughEdit

MedfieldEdit

MedfordEdit

MelroseEdit

MethuenEdit

MiddleboroughEdit

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

MilfordEdit

MiltonEdit

NantucketEdit

NatickEdit

NeedhamEdit

New BedfordEdit

NewburyportEdit

NewtonEdit

NorfolkEdit

North AdamsEdit

NorthamptonEdit

NorwoodEdit

Oak BluffsEdit

PalmerEdit

PeabodyEdit

PembrokeEdit

PetershamEdit

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

PittsfieldEdit

PlymouthEdit

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

PocassetEdit

QuincyEdit

RevereEdit

SalemEdit

SaugusEdit

SomervilleEdit

SouthbridgeEdit

SpringfieldEdit

StockbridgeEdit

StonehamEdit

StoughtonEdit

TauntonEdit

TewksburyEdit

WalthamEdit

WareEdit

WarehamEdit

WebsterEdit

  • 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.

WellesleyEdit

WestboroughEdit

WestfieldEdit

WestwoodEdit

WeymouthEdit

WinchesterEdit

WoburnEdit

WorcesterEdit

ReferencesEdit

  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

External linksEdit

  • Massachusetts hospitals – Massachusetts Hospital Association
  • Massachusetts State Hospitals, hdl:2452/625416 – via State Library of Massachusetts electronic repository. (Various documents).