List of hospitals in Massachusetts

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This is a list of hospitals in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, sorted by location. Unless otherwise noted, these hospitals are full-service, complete with emergency department.

Amesbury, Essex County[edit]

  • Amesbury Health Center

Athol, Worcester County[edit]

Attleboro, Bristol County[edit]

Ayer, Middlesex County[edit]

Barnstable County[edit]

Bedford, Middlesex County[edit]

Belmont, Middlesex County[edit]

Beverly, Essex County[edit]

Boston, Suffolk County[edit]

Braintree, Norfolk County[edit]

Bridgewater, Plymouth County[edit]

Bristol County[edit]

Brockton, Plymouth County[edit]

Brookline, Norfolk County[edit]

Burlington, Middlesex County[edit]

Cambridge, Middlesex County[edit]

Canton, Norfolk County[edit]

Chelsea, Suffolk County[edit]

Clinton, Worcester County[edit]

Concord, Middlesex County[edit]

Danvers, Essex County[edit]

Devens, Middlesex and Worcester Counties[edit]

East Sandwich, Sandwich, Barnstable County[edit]

Everett, Middlesex County[edit]

Fall River, Bristol County[edit]

Falmouth, Barnstable County[edit]

Fitchburg, Worcester County[edit]

Foxborough, Norfolk County[edit]

Framingham, Middlesex County[edit]

Gardner, Worcester County[edit]

Georgetown, Essex County[edit]

Gloucester, Essex County[edit]

Great Barrington, Berkshire County[edit]

Greenfield, Franklin County[edit]

Haverhill, Essex County[edit]

Holyoke, Hampden County[edit]

  • State Medical Examiner's Office for Western MA

Hyannis, Barnstable, Barnstable County[edit]

Lakeville, Plymouth County[edit]

Lawrence, Essex County[edit]

Leominster, Worcester County[edit]

Lowell, Middlesex County[edit]

Ludlow, Hampden County[edit]

Lynn, Essex County[edit]

Malden, Middlesex County[edit]

Marlborough, Middlesex County[edit]

Medfield, Norfolk County[edit]

Medford, Middlesex County[edit]

  • Lawrence Memorial Hospital - Wellforce

Melrose, Middlesex County[edit]

Methuen, Essex County[edit]

Middleborough, Plymouth County[edit]

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

Milford, Worcester County[edit]

Milton, Norfolk County[edit]


Natick, Middlesex County[edit]

Needham, Norfolk County[edit]

New Bedford, Bristol County[edit]

Newburyport, Essex County[edit]

Newton, Middlesex County[edit]

Norfolk, Norfolk County[edit]

North Adams, Berkshire County[edit]

Northampton, Hampshire County[edit]

Norwood, Norfolk County[edit]

Oak Bluffs, Dukes County[edit]

Palmer, Hampden County[edit]

Peabody, Essex County[edit]

Pembroke, Plymouth County[edit]

Petersham, Worcester County[edit]

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

Pittsfield, Berkshire County[edit]

Plymouth, Plymouth County[edit]

Pocasset, Bourne, Barnstable County[edit]

Quincy, Norfolk County[edit]

Revere, Suffolk County[edit]

Salem, Essex County[edit]

Saugus, Essex County[edit]

Somerville, Middlesex County[edit]

Southbridge, Worcester County[edit]

Springfield, Hampden County[edit]

Stockbridge, Berkshire County[edit]

Stoneham, Middlesex County[edit]

Stoughton, Norfolk County[edit]

Taunton, Bristol County[edit]

Tewksbury, Middlesex County[edit]

Waltham, Middlesex County[edit]

Ware, Hampshire County[edit]

Wareham, Plymouth County[edit]

Webster, Worcester County[edit]

  • 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 County[edit]

Westborough, Worcester County[edit]

Westfield, Hampden County[edit]

Westwood, Norfolk County[edit]

Weymouth, Norfolk County[edit]

Winchester, Middlesex County[edit]

Woburn, Middlesex County[edit]

Worcester, Worcester County[edit]


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