When you are healthy, we will help you stay healthy through regular preventive care and health education.
We are also experts in the diagnosis and treatment of illness and the management of chronic diseases, and will arrange for specialty care and/or hospital care if needed.
We have special programs and support groups for patients with a number of chronic diseases including diabetes, latent tuberculosis, hypertension, chronic pain, and asthma.
We have several different types of Primary Care providers, such as internal medicine physicians, family medicine physicians, pediatricians, physician assistants (PAs), and nurse practitioners (NPs). All are highly qualified and will work with you and your family to help you thrive.
Our providers care for individuals at all stages of life, from birth through adulthood. If you choose to have your family receive care at LCHC, a family medicine provider can see all family members regardless of age. You may also choose to have your children see a pediatrician, while you see a different provider.
To make an appointment with a primary care provider, please call 781-581-3900.
Our family medicine providers specialize in caring for the needs of your entire family throughout all stages of life.
Family medicine differs from internal and pediatric medicine because your entire family can consult with one provider. When you are healthy, we will help you stay healthy through regular preventive care and health education. We are also experts in the diagnosis and treatment of illness and the management of chronic diseases.
We believe that Primary Care is more than the control or absence of physical illness. To this end, each one of our primary care teams includes behavioral health providers, nurses, pharmacists, nutritionists, social workers, educators, and care coordinators. You and your family have access to these team members as needed, and they will work closely with your family medicine provider to ensure that you are receiving patient-centered care.
We have special programs and support groups for patients with a number of chronic diseases, including diabetes, hypertension, and asthma.
Immigrants to the United States who are applying for adjustment of status are required to have a medical examination. The medical examination must be conducted by a civil surgeon who has been designated by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. Lynn Community Health Center is a designated Civil Surgeon Site. Please call 781-715-6246 (voicemail only) with questions or to make an appointment.