Thursday, January 17, 2013
Limited supply flu vaccine clinic open to public on Sunday, Jan. 20, from 9 a.m. til noon.
In response to the recent rise in the number of influenza cases, Beverly Hospital, a member of Lahey Health, is running a limited supply flu vaccine clinic on Sunday, Jan. 20, from 9 a.m. to noon. The flu clinic will be held in the main entrance of Beverly Hospital. The clinic is open to members of the public ages 18-64. You do not need to be a Beverly Hospital patient to receive a flu vaccine. Following are some helpful tips to consider before attending the flu clinic: Due to a limited supply of flu vaccine we will only be administering 200 shots. Courtesy of Lahey Health.
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Lahey Health System, affiliation between Lahey and Northeast Health System, goes into effect May 1 with all regulatory approvals in hand.
The joining of Lahey Clinic and Northeast Health Systems becomes official May 1, following approval by state officials in March. The Salem News reported that all 15 members of the state's public health council, which is chaired by Public Health Commissioner John Auerbach, unanimously signed off on the affiliation between the two hospital networks on March 21. The new Lahey Health System is now a $1.3 billion enterprise touted to strengthen both organizations and expand care and services across the region and into Southern New Hampshire. The new network now includes Lahey's hospitals in Peabody and Burlington along with doctors offices north of Boston and Beverly Hospital, Beverly Hospital at Danvers, Addison Gilbert Hospital in Gloucester …
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Certain key services at Northeast Health System hospitals will be kept for three years, all jobs will be retained for at least one year and the new Lahey Health System will look to expand further.
Under the pending merger between Lahey Clinic and Northeast Health System, officials from both organizations are committing to retaining certain key clinical services at Beverly Hospital and Addison Gilbert Hospital for three years after the deal and all employees for at least a year, according to news reports. The Salem News reported on Tuesday that the newly disclosed details of the proposed merger have been filed with the state Department of Public Health as part of its review. The DPH, Federal Trade Commission and the state Attorney General's office will need to sign off on the merger before it becomes binding. The application document filed with the state calls the provisions part of a mutual understanding between Lahey and Northeast …