List of hospitals in Massachusetts

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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 room.


Amesbury[edit]

Attleboro[edit]

Ayer[edit]

Bedford[edit]

Belmont[edit]

Beverly[edit]

Boston[edit]

Braintree[edit]

Bridgewater[edit]

Bristol County[edit]

Brockton[edit]

Brookline[edit]

Burlington[edit]

Cambridge[edit]

Canton[edit]

Chelsea[edit]

Clinton[edit]

Concord[edit]

Danvers[edit]

Dorchester[edit]

East Sandwich[edit]

Everett[edit]

Fall River[edit]

Falmouth[edit]

Fitchburg[edit]

Framingham[edit]

Gardner[edit]

Georgetown[edit]

Gloucester[edit]

Great Barrington[edit]

Greenfield[edit]

Haverhill[edit]

Holyoke[edit]

Hyannis[edit]

Lakeville[edit]

Lawrence[edit]

Leominster[edit]

Lowell[edit]

Ludlow[edit]

Lynn[edit]

Malden[edit]

Marlborough[edit]

Medfield[edit]

Medford[edit]

Melrose[edit]

Methuen[edit]

Middleborough[edit]

Milford[edit]

Milton[edit]

Nantucket[edit]

Natick[edit]

Needham[edit]

New Bedford[edit]

Newburyport[edit]

Newton[edit]

Norfolk[edit]

North Adams[edit]

Northampton[edit]

Norwood[edit]

Oak Bluffs[edit]

Orange[edit]

Palmer[edit]

Peabody[edit]

Pembroke[edit]

Pittsfield[edit]

Plymouth[edit]

Pocasset[edit]

Quincy[edit]

Revere[edit]

Salem[edit]

Saugus[edit]

Somerville[edit]

Southbridge[edit]

Springfield[edit]

Stockbridge[edit]

Stoneham[edit]

Stoughton[edit]

Taunton[edit]

Tewksbury[edit]

Waltham[edit]

Ware[edit]

Wareham[edit]

Webster[edit]

  • Hubbard Regional Hospital—Facilities now occupied by Harrington Memorial Hospital (Southbridge, MA). Emergency Room 24/7, Sleep Lab, Imaging Services, Lab, ambulatory surgery are open; TCU (private) also open. All inpatient beds are closed, effective May 2009.

Wellesley[edit]

Westborough[edit]

Westfield[edit]

Westwood[edit]

Weymouth[edit]

Winchester[edit]

Woburn[edit]

Worcester[edit]

  • Adcare

Fairlawn Rehabilitation Hospital.

References[edit]

  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, Sunday, April 11, 2010

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