Committed to Improving the Health of our Community
As one of the largest community hospitals in the state, Lowell General Hospital's commitment to our community is an essential and integral part of our mission, vision and strategy. We seek to improve the health status of the community we serve, and to specifically address the health problems of at-risk and medically under-served populations.
This mission is achieved by identifying existing and future health needs in the community and addressing them through health initiatives, including education, prevention and screening programs; many times in collaboration with key partners from across the Greater Lowell community. We aim to improve the capacity of our community efforts by providing Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) to all individuals in order to reduce disparities and achieve health equity.
Our community benefit program is now aligned with the 2022 Greater Lowell Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP), which has been derived from the 2020 Community Health Needs Assessment and feedback from the community.