Tenet to close ED, end inpatient care at Massachusetts hospital this month

Tenet said clients can continue to receive inpatient health center care 6 miles away at its Framingham Union Hospital..

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” We imagine the Leonard Morse Hospital school ending up being an unique behavioral health specialty center committed to the psychological health of our neighborhood for kid, adolescent, adult and geriatric psychiatric care. Behavioral health is an obstacle in our community, and it is crucial we enhance our services to assist attend to the problem,” the letter to the neighborhood checks out..

” I wish to reveal my wholehearted appreciation to all residents of the MetroWest area for picking MetroWest Medical Center for their healthcare requires. Our entire medical facility is dedicated to supporting all of our clients and workers throughout this procedure,” said Andrew Harding, CEO of MetroWest Medical Center..

Leonard Morse Hospital will shut down inpatient care, medical/surgical services, the intensive care unit, operating spaces, the emergency situation department and outpatient rehabilitation services.

Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare will close the emergency department and end inpatient care at its medical facility in Natick, Mass, Oct. 25, according to a statement to the community obtained by Beckers Hospital Review..

Leonard Morse Hospital and Framingham Union Hospital become part of Framingham-based MetroWest Health System, owned by Tenet.

The center will be transformed into a campus for behavioral health services..

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