Announcements

Andrea Gaulzetti, RN

 It is with great sadness that Lynn Community Health Center acknowledges the death of Andrea Gaulzetti, RN, from ovarian cancer. She died peacefully at her home on Saturday, May 30.

Andrea was the health center’s Chief Nursing Officer.  She was a dear friend, a close colleague, and a valued mentor.  In many ways, she has been the heart and soul of the Lynn Community Health Center since she joined us in 1997.  More than any other person on our staff (and we are blessed with incredible talent at all levels) Andrea was responsible for our...

LCHC Honors Martha Coakley, Adrienne Kelliher; Former SBHC Student inspires with her story

Nearly 200 people packed the Kernwood Country Club in Salem last Thursday, May 14th to support Lynn Community Health Center’s “Women for Lynn Community Health Center Recognition Breakfast,” an annual event recognizing those who have contributed to the health and well–being of women and girls. In response to the growing heroin epidemic in the City, proceeds from the event will be designated to expanding the health center’s program to treat substance use disorders.

Honoree and Keynote Speaker Martha Coakley, former Massachusetts Attorney General and 2014 Democratic candidate...

LCHC Adopts New Electronic Health Record System

On May 19, Lynn Community Health Center will launch a new Electronic Health Record (EHR) system that will enable us to better manage your care.  We appreciate your patience as we adjust to the new system.   There are several things you should know about this transition: We ask for your patience and understanding as we adjust to our new system.  There may be longer than usual delays for the first few weeks.
  We are doing our best to ensure that all of your information is properly tranferred, but please bring identification and insurance...

Women's Fund of Essex County supports Baby Cafe at LCHC!

We want to thank The Women’s Fund for supporting this wonderful resource for new and expecting moms.  This bi-weekly drop in support group is led by a lactation consultant who is there to support and encourage women who are breastfeeding.  

LCHC to receive Mental Health Humanitarian Award

On May 7th Lynn Community Health Center will receive the Mental Health Humanitarian Award.  It is being presented by the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology as they become William James College. We are so honored! For more information visit mspp.edu.

Fix the Fiscal Cliff!!

We have only a short time to act!

At the end of September Lynn Community Health Center, along with every other federally funded community health center in the United States, will lose up to 70% of our federal funding unless Congress acts to avert a “funding cliff.” 

For Lynn Community Health Center this means a loss of up to $2.3 million, resulting in up to 1,230 people in our community losing access to healthcare.

Our community depends on access to quality, affordable healthcare.  Please help make sure these funds do not expire at the end of...

Community Narcan Night

Did you know that administering Narcan immediately after an overdose can save a life?  Do you know someone who is at risk of an overdose?  Come learn how you can be prepared at Community Narcan Night.  Thusday April 30 at Lynn Community Health Center. Learn more.

Supporting Marriage Equality

Studies show that bans of same-sex marriage can take a significant psychological toll on gay, lesbian, and transgendered people.  Attorney General Maura Healy is weighing in on this public health issue by submitting Friend of the Court briefing in support of marriage equality and is looking for testimonials.  Learn more here.  

Black History Month: Let's Combat Hypertension!

 “Silent Killer” Lurking in Lynn African Americans targeted at higher rates than others

By Dr. Rachelle Darout

Do I have your attention?  Good.

There is a silent killer that lurks in our city, our state, and our nation.  Its name is hypertension, also known as high blood pressure.  Fifteen percent of all deaths in the United States list high blood pressure as a primary or contributing factor.  One in three American adults has this disease.

February is Black History Month, a perfect...

"A Matter of Balance" Class Addresses Risk of Falling for Seniors

Are you, or do you know, a senior who is at risk for falling? Learn how to manage falls and increase activity by attending “A Matter of Balance,” an 8 week course hosted by LCHC and Greater Lynn Senior Services!  Classes will be held every Wednesday, January 28 through March 18, at Lynn Community Health Center’s main site at 269 Union Street.

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