Physicians Are the Foundation of Our Exceptional Care
Through you, we provide healing, compassion and comfort to our communities.
As community physicians, you make an enormous impact by delivering preventive care to stop health problems before they start, educating patients on the best way to manage chronic health conditions and applying the latest therapies to improve patient outcomes.
Giving You the Resources You Need
To support you, we are committed to providing the resources you need to be at your best. This includes continuing medical education, advanced technological capabilities and the pursuit of relationships with other top healthcare providers for increased access to training opportunities and medical expertise.
Expanding Care Through Affiliations
We are always looking for ways to enhance the quality of care we provide by bringing advanced services to our communities. It is with this mindset that we approach clinical affiliation with Tufts Medical Center. This relationship adds another valuable resource to ensure best possible medical outcomes for patients by fostering collegial collaboration with academic medical center specialists.
Updates & News You Can Use
Chronic Pain Self-Management Program – starts May 8
Patients with a primary diagnosis of pain may participate in a free six-week program. It teaches participants how to deal with problems such as frustration, fatigue, isolation, and poor sleep; exercise appropriately; use medications appropriately; communicate needs effectively; eat healthfully; pace activities and rest; and evaluate new treatments. The Chronic Disease Self-Management Program is an evidence-based model developed by Stanford University Medical Center.
Registration is required. Runs from May 8-June 12, 2019. Meets at Lawrence Memorial Hospital on Wednesdays from 9:30 a.m.-noon. Questions can be directed to Joya Pezzuto, RN at 781-338-7823.