Suboxone is a drug designed to assist patients through early recovery from opiate addiction to ultimately achieve a drug free lifestyle.
Lynn Community Health Center’s August 9th, 2012 flash mob during National Health Center Week was designed to raise awareness about the health center, as well as to promote healthy behavior. “Live Well. Be Well.” involved over 80 health center staff and community members.
Maternal Health providers are family physicians who are also trained in pre- and perinatal care.
If you are 65 years or older and meet the financial eligibility requirements for MassHealth (Medicaid), you may be eligible to join the Senior Care Options (SCO) Program.
Lynn Community Health Center, along with Greater Lynn Senior Services, has established Elder Service Plan of the North Shore as joint venture to bring PACE to frail seniors in our community.
Lynn Community Health Center internists and family physicians will care for you throughout your adult life and will continue to meet your needs as you enter your senior years.
Incidences of flu are elevated in Massachusetts, especially compared to the mild outbreak we had last year. The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses that infect the nose, throat,and lungs. It can cause mild to severe illness, and can at times lead to death. The best way to prevent the flu is by getting vaccinated. It is not too late—talk to your medical provider today!
Thank you for supporting “Wisdom to Wellness: Celebrating Visionaries in Healthcare.” The celebration brought together a wonderful group of people dedicated to ensuring that, in the words of Senator Edward M. Kennedy, healthcare is a right and not a privilege. We are grateful to Victoria Reggie Kennedy, Thomas P. Costin, Jr., Dr. Mark Doherty, and Representative Steven Walsh for their inspiring words and stories.