Lowell CHC receives $50,000 grant for chronic conditions care

The Lowell Community Health Center has received a $50,000 grant from the Commonwealth Care Alliance to provide care for individuals with chronic conditions.

Lowell CHC leading effort to inform and vaccinate residents

“Community health organizations, including Lowell Community Health Center, Greater Lowell Health Alliance, and Lowell General Hospital, are working with trusted community aid organizations in a unified effort to distribute timely and accurate information about the vaccine rollout.”

COVID-19: Patient Vaccine Update

We were thrilled to begin administering the COVID-19 vaccine to our front-line staff in December, but it is not yet available to patients. We will let patients know when and how to get the vaccine when it does become available at Lowell CHC. Please do not call the health center with questions about the vaccine. Please check our COVID-19 page regularly for updates about vaccine availability and other helpful resources related to the virus. 

Pace Of Coronavirus Vaccination Lags Supply In Mass.

Read comments from Lowell CHC Director of Clinical Services, Elizabeth Hale, in this recent piece on WBUR. “So far in Massachusetts, the pace of vaccinating residents against COVID-19 is way behind supplies of coronavirus vaccines. The latest update Monday from Gov. Charlie Baker shows about 40% of the doses delivered to Massachusetts have been injected and, state data released last week shows, 92% have gone to hospital staff.”

Pediatric Walk-In Vaccine Clinics

Walk-in vaccine clinics for children 4-18yrs old will be held on Saturday 12/5 and Saturday 12/19 from 9 am to 1:30 pm. Make sure your children have the vaccines required for school. No appointment needed!

Lowell CHC ranks among top 100 women-led businesses in MA

“For the second year in a row, the Lowell Community Health Center (Lowell CHC) was ranked as one of the top 100 women-led businesses in Massachusetts by the Boston Globe Magazine-Commonwealth Institute.”

Flu Vaccine Clinic for Lowell CHC Patients

We urge everyone to get the flu vaccine! A walk-up, outdoor flu vaccine clinic for Lowell CHC patients ages 6 months and up will be taking place at our 161 Jackson Street location on specific days and times during the month of October. No appointment needed.

Thursday, 11/5 from 12:30-4:00pm

Friday, 11/6 from 10:00am-4:00pm

Monday, 11/9 from 10:00am-4:00pm

Tuesday, 11/10 from 10:00am-4:00pm

Please be aware that all of these dates are weather permitting.

Note: If you have an appointment at the health center, you will receive a vaccine during your appointment.

Listen to Lowell CHC’s Chief of Pediatrics, Dr. Rajesh and Senior Director of Nursing, Colette McKenna talk about the clinic on LTC!

Lowell non-profits recognized for holistic approach in meeting clients’ needs

“It took months of repeated contact for Maria Carmen Bedard and a coworker to help a homeless man suffering from alcoholism and other illness to get the treatment he needed. Like many of the patients that Bedard, clinical manager at Lowell Community Health Center, approaches through the organization’s Behavioral Health Community Partners program, he was skeptical at first.”

Virtual Healing: The State of Telemedicine During the Pandemic

“Although we live in an age and place in the Merrimack Valley where cellphones, tablets, computers and smart devices are commonplace and virtual medicine has seemed like a tangible idea to many, the leap from in-center to telephonic and virtual medicine had never materialized. Then an unfathomable crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic, came along.”

LCHC's Teen BLOCK continues with virtual programs

“Like many programs during the coronavirus pandemic, Lowell Community Health Center’s Teen Building Leadership Opportunities in the Community (Teen BLOCK) had to suspend in-person activities, including its well-attended Dance 4 Peace that is normally held every summer. Though Teen BLOCK can’t serve local teens ages 13 to 18 through in-person programs right now, it has been trying to stay in touch with them virtually over the summer and as the new school year begins.”


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