Our mission is to keep you healthy, especially in these unprecedented times.   

Make a gift to our Healthcare Heroes Emergency Response Fund today.

Staying Stronger Together

You, our donors, inspire and amaze us. You are rallying around our hospital and our healthcare heroes who are working 24/7 on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. You are making a difference, but there is much more to do to keep ourselves healthy and to support our community.

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COVID-19: How You Can Help

Read about the Lahey Hospital & Medical Center Healthcare
Heroes Emergency Response Fund here

and a note from our hospital president, Dr. David Longworth, below.

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Healthcare Heroes: Sean Hurley, CRNA

Staff from the operating room and other units are pitching in to help in the Emergency Department and Intensive Care Units (ICU) at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sean Hurley, CRNA, says the teamwork he has seen in the ICU is an inspiration during what has been a tough time for so many.

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Healthcare Heroes: CDW Healthcare and Lahey’s 6th-Floor Nurses

Seeing your loved one for the last time and having that last conversation is an important part of the grieving process. Marilyn MacIntosh almost didn’t get to see her brother, Bob, one last time before he succumbed to COVID-19. But thanks to a donation of 50 iPads to Lahey Hospital & Medical Center from CDW Healthcare, she was able to say goodbye.

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Healthcare Heroes: Mary Bazylewicz, LICSW

Patient care has completely changed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Not just on the front lines of the outbreak, but for social workers and therapists, too. Mary Bazylewicz, LICSW, is a licensed social worker in Lahey Hospital & Medical Center’s Department of General Internal Medicine. In this time of social distancing, she has had to provide therapy via telehealth. 

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Thank you from the President

Dear Friends,

Your loyal support of our hospital has had a vital and meaningful impact, which we gratefully honor here.

Now more than ever, as our providers and other hospital staff work on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, we need your support.

Rest assured, we are doing everything possible to protect the health and safety of our patients, staff and community during this unprecedented public health emergency. As we are all witnessing, this pandemic will require flexibility and patience from all of us in the days and weeks ahead. 

Because of the extreme demands this crisis has made on our hospital, we have set up a Healthcare Heroes Emergency Response Fund to rally the community around their caregivers during this time. Gifts to this fund will give me and my team the discretionary resources to respond to the vital needs of those on the front lines — the real heroes of this crisis. You can make a contribution to help them here.

Please take care of yourselves and your families at this challenging time.

In closing, please know we are doing our very best for you and our entire community. As always, we at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center remain profoundly grateful for your support.

With sincere gratitude,

David Longworth, MD

410 People

belong to a legacy society at Beverly and Addison Gilbert Hospitals, Winchester Hospital or Lahey Hospital & Medical Center

$3.9 Million Raised

by the Women’s Leadership Council for initiatives at the hospital, including nursing education, the Joseph C. Corkery, MD, Emergency Center, the Hospice Comfort Care Fund and more