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, Essex CountyEdit

  • Amesbury Health Center

Athol, Worcester CountyEdit

Attleboro, Bristol CountyEdit

Ayer, Middlesex CountyEdit

Barnstable CountyEdit

Bedford, Middlesex CountyEdit

Belmont, Middlesex CountyEdit

Beverly, Essex CountyEdit

Boston, Suffolk CountyEdit

Braintree, Norfolk CountyEdit

Bridgewater, Plymouth CountyEdit

Bristol CountyEdit

Brockton, Plymouth CountyEdit

Brookline, Norfolk CountyEdit

Burlington, Middlesex CountyEdit

Cambridge, Middlesex CountyEdit

Canton, Norfolk CountyEdit

Chelsea, Suffolk CountyEdit

Clinton, Worcester CountyEdit

Concord, Middlesex CountyEdit

Danvers, Essex CountyEdit

Devens, Middlesex and Worcester CountiesEdit

East Sandwich, Sandwich, Barnstable CountyEdit

Everett, Middlesex CountyEdit

Fall River, Bristol CountyEdit

Falmouth, Barnstable CountyEdit

Fitchburg, Worcester CountyEdit

Foxborough, Norfolk CountyEdit

Framingham, Middlesex CountyEdit

Gardner, Worcester CountyEdit

Georgetown, Essex CountyEdit

Gloucester, Essex CountyEdit

Great Barrington, Berkshire CountyEdit

Greenfield, Franklin CountyEdit

Haverhill, Essex CountyEdit

Holyoke, Hampden CountyEdit

  • State Medical Examiner's Office for Western MA

Hyannis, Barnstable, Barnstable CountyEdit

Lakeville, Plymouth CountyEdit

Lawrence, Essex CountyEdit

Leominster, Worcester CountyEdit

Lowell, Middlesex CountyEdit

Ludlow, Hampden CountyEdit

Lynn, Essex CountyEdit

Malden, Middlesex CountyEdit

Marlborough, Middlesex CountyEdit

Medfield, Norfolk CountyEdit

Medford, Middlesex CountyEdit

  • Lawrence Memorial Hospital - Wellforce

Melrose, Middlesex CountyEdit

Methuen, Essex CountyEdit

Middleborough, Plymouth CountyEdit

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

Milford, Worcester CountyEdit

Milton, Norfolk CountyEdit

NantucketEdit

Natick, Middlesex CountyEdit

Needham, Norfolk CountyEdit

New Bedford, Bristol CountyEdit

Newburyport, Essex CountyEdit

Newton, Middlesex CountyEdit

Norfolk, Norfolk CountyEdit

North Adams, Berkshire CountyEdit

Northampton, Hampshire CountyEdit

Norwood, Norfolk CountyEdit

Oak Bluffs, Dukes CountyEdit

Palmer, Hampden CountyEdit

Peabody, Essex CountyEdit

Pembroke, Plymouth CountyEdit

Petersham, Worcester CountyEdit

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

Pittsfield, Berkshire CountyEdit

Plymouth, Plymouth CountyEdit

Pocasset, Bourne, Barnstable CountyEdit

Quincy, Norfolk CountyEdit

Revere, Suffolk CountyEdit

Salem, Essex CountyEdit

Saugus, Essex CountyEdit

Somerville, Middlesex CountyEdit

Southbridge, Worcester CountyEdit

Springfield, Hampden CountyEdit

Stockbridge, Berkshire CountyEdit

Stoneham, Middlesex CountyEdit

Stoughton, Norfolk CountyEdit

Taunton, Bristol CountyEdit

Tewksbury, Middlesex CountyEdit

Waltham, Middlesex CountyEdit

Ware, Hampshire CountyEdit

Wareham, Plymouth CountyEdit

Webster, Worcester CountyEdit

  • 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, Norfolk CountyEdit

Westborough, Worcester CountyEdit

Westfield, Hampden CountyEdit

Westwood, Norfolk CountyEdit

Weymouth, Norfolk CountyEdit

Winchester, Middlesex CountyEdit

Woburn, Middlesex CountyEdit

Worcester, Worcester CountyEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Carvalho, Jonathan. Historic New Bedford building's fate to be decided. New Bedford Standard-Times, April 21, 2014.
  2. ^ "Emergency Care". Cambridge Health Alliance. Retrieved 4 August 2020.
  3. ^ Hammel Lee, "Westboro State Hospital set to close", Telegram & Gazette, April 11, 2010
  4. ^ Woburn Patch, Travel Back in Time: Choate Property has Seen Many Reinventions
  5. ^ "AdCare Hospital". Adcare.com. Retrieved 2020-11-10.

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