COVID-19 Vaccine Information, FAQs

For current information on the COVID-19 vaccine, please read this web page for common FAQs.

Choose Your Doctor. Your Way.

The bond between patient and doctor is an important one. Patients have control over that relationship, because they choose their doctor.

FAQs: COVID-19 Testing Center Details

Even if you do not have symptoms of COVID-19, you are highly encouraged to be tested for the virus. It comes at no cost for asymptomatic individuals.

Quality and Safety

Providing our patients with safe, efficient and high-quality health care is not only our priority, but our mission. Discover our latest positive outcomes for a hospital committed to serving as your community health care provider. 

Quality and Safety Outcomes

Latest News & Events

Farmer’s Market Coupons for Hospital Patients

Lawrence General Hospital has partnered with Groundwork Lawrence to pilot a “Food as Medicine” initiative aimed at increasing access to fresh, locally-grown produce for hospitalized individuals with food insecurity, malnutrition, or a medical condition.

Read News Article

Expansion of COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts With New Mobile Vaccine Clinic

Expanded effort represents partnership with City of Lawrence to reach hard hit community and those most vulnerable to COVID-19 where live and work.

Read News Article

Lawrence General Recognized for Maternity Care

Lawrence General is proud to be recognized by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts as a Blue Distinction Centers+ for Maternity Care.

Read News Article

Lawrence General Vaccinating First Responders from Lawrence, Essex County

Vaccine distribution represents unique partnership with state and local officials. 

Read News Article

My Care Family

In addition, nearly 600 local providers, Lawrence General offers physicians, specialists and services on-site from a variety of tertiary clinical partners. View which services are covered under the My Care Family plan. 
My Care Family

Cummings Foundation

Lawrence General Hospital is pleased to announce it has been awarded a $100,000 grant over the next three years through the Cummings Foundation’s $20 Million Grant Program. The grant will help the hospital fund its community efforts to prevent cardiovascular disease.
Learn More