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Wellforce today announced that Michael J. Dandorph will become the president and chief executive officer of the growing health system, effective January 2020.
Winter sports can be a great way for people of all ages to add variety to exercise, meet new people, and have fun during the cold winter months. Skiing, snowboarding and tubing are uniquely winter activities that nearly anyone can enjoy safely by following some a few rules.
More than 100 guests were treated to a night of Indian culture while raising $16,000 for cancer patients at Lowell General Hospital’s second annual Diwali Celebration on Friday, October 25 at Clark Auditorium on the hospital’s main campus.
Circle Health has achieved Accreditation through the Urgent Care Association (UCA), which is the highest level of distinction for urgent care centers.
The new Circle Health Pharmacy is now open in the main lobby of Lowell General Hospital’s main campus at 295 Varnum Ave. Circle Health Pharmacy offers full prescription services and a wide range of over-the-counter products at prices lower than most major retail pharmacies.
South Shore Health and Wellforce announced today that the organizations are in partnership discussions and the parties have formally indicated their intention to move forward with discussions and developing a tighter relationship.
Joseph A. White, MBA, FACHE, president & CEO, Lowell General Hospital and Circle Health, is the 79th Chair of the Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association (MHA). He succeeds Mark A. Keroack, MD, MPH, president & CEO, Baystate Health.
This year’s event, Merrimack Valley’s biggest single-day fundraiser was held at a new location, LeLacheur Park, the home of the Lowell Spinners. With the help of walkers and generous corporate sponsors, the event raised nearly $810,000, all of which will go to help cancer patients in need.
Four local non-profits will address some of the most pressing health needs in the region thanks to grants awarded by Circle Health at an awards breakfast on Wednesday, April 24, at hospital’s main campus.