LCHC Awarded $100,000 from Cummings Foundation

Thanks to a $100,000 grant from the Cummings Foundation, behavioral health services will be more accessible to those most in need in the Greater Lynn Community.  Lynn Community Health Center has been awarded the grant through the Foundation’s “$100K for 100” initiative, supporting eastern Middlesex, southern Essex, and Suffolk counties in Massachusetts. 

Lynn Community Health Center has a well-established behavioral...

Women for LCHC a huge success!

Thank you to everyone who attended or contributed to our third annual “Women for Lynn Community Health Center Recognition Breakfast!”  Your commitment ensures that more women and girls will receive the care and support they need to take control of their health and their lives.  

Andrea Gaulzetti Excellence in Nursing Award

This year we instituted a new award, named for Andrea Gauzetti, RN, the health center’s Chief of Clinical Operations.  As the health center has grown to meet the challenges of an ever-changing healthcare environment, the role of...

Women's Health Fair May 15

Visit the Atrium of our main site (269 Union Street) for our annual Women’s Health Fair from 10:00 - 1:00.  Door prizes, Journey Dance (12:15 - 1:00), health information and more! 

Mass Dental Society North Shore District supports training at LCHC

The North Shore District Dental Society, a component of the Massachusetts Dental Society (MDS), today awarded $60,000 to the Lynn Community Health Center to improve the oral health of area residents.  The funds were raised through individual donations by members of the North Shore District and will be used to help expand the dental assistant externship program at Lynn Community Health Center.  This program supports dental clinic staff in becoming Certified Dental Assistants

“This is an opportunity for dentists of the North Shore to support the education of the...

Governor Patrick announces new grant program at LCHC

Governor Deval Patrick and Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development Rachel Kapreilian held a press conference at LCHC to announce the first grants from the new Health Care Workforce Transformation Fund.  This is a state fund created as part of Chapter 224 mandating increased quality and reduced costs in healthcare.  A collaboration between LCHC, Union Hospital, and SEIU1199 is one of 51 grantees that will develop projects to help train staff to meet the requirements of this act.  Our project will be to develop a training to help front line...

Monthly Parenting Seminar at LCHC

LCHC Pediatrics Department is starting a Parenting Seminar Series on the last Wednesday of each month. The first one will be next Wednesday March 26 on “Understanding the Special Education Process.” Call Erin O’Donnell for more information at 781-691-7096 or visit the Parenting Seminar Webpage.

New mural in Pediatrics Department

LCHC staff became volunteer artists to complete a new jungle-themed mural in the Pediatrics Department.  Check out photos here!

Healthy Happenings in Lynn, March 2014

Lynn Community Health Center is proud to be a part of the city-wide Lynn Food and Fitness Alliance.  The goal of this collaborative is to promote healthy eating and active living by changing the environment in which we live, work, and play.  Below is the March issue of “Healthy Happenings.”  

Healthy Corner Stores:  Please support Lynn Food and Fitness Alliance’s Healthy Market/ Corner Store project. There are two healthy markets/ corners stores in Lynn...

Annual Breakfast will honor WBUR's Martha Bebinger and The Junior Aid Society

Save the date for May 8, 2014 for our Annual Women for LCHC Recognition Breakfast!  

Lynn Community Health Center is committed to promoting the health and well-being of women and girls through a comprehensive array of services that address their needs at all stages of life from birth, through childhood and adolescence,...

February is School Based Health Center Awareness Month!

Students perform better when they show up for class healthy and ready to learn. School-based health centers (SBHCs) ensure that kindergarteners through high schoolers can get a flu shot, have an annual physical, have their teeth examined and their eyes checked, or speak to a mental health counselor in a safe, nurturing place – without the barriers that families too often face.

February is National School Based Health Center Awareness Month.  LCHC has nine School Based Health...


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