MetroWest Medical Center

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MetroWest Cancer Center

MetroWest Medical Center is a teaching hospital in Framingham and Natick, Massachusetts.

It is the largest health care provider in the MetroWest region between Boston and Worcester.[1] MWMC was formed by the 1992 merger of two hospitals in neighboring towns: Framingham Union Hospital and Natick's Leonard Morse Hospital; the two hospitals have a combined capacity of 420 beds. It was acquired by Columbia/HCA in 1996; Tenet Health Systems in 1999; Vanguard Health Systems in 2009; and once again Tenet Healthcare Corp. in 2013[2] when Tenet acquired Vanguard.[3] MWMC also operates an outpatient diagnostic and rehabilitation facility, MetroWest Wellness Center, in Framingham.

Country music artist Jo Dee Messina was born at the hospital.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ "About Us". MetroWest Medical Center. Retrieved 2007-05-12. 
  2. ^ "Massachusetts Hospitals: Closures, Mergers, Acquisitions and Affiliations". Massachusetts Hospital Association. Retrieved 2014-04-02. 
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Coordinates: 42°17′04.49″N 71°25′08.51″W / 42.2845806°N 71.4190306°W / 42.2845806; -71.4190306