Lowell General Hospital has shifted its Mass Vaccination Program into normal hospital operations at the Chest and Immunization Center at its Saints Campus beginning TUESDAY, JUNE 22.

Lowell General Hospital – COVID-19 Vaccine

As your community's hospital and healthcare provider for over 130 years, Circle Health and Lowell General Hospital are honored to serve you in this critical step to stop the spread of COVID-19. Our aim is to vaccinate as many people as we can in accordance with Massachusetts' phased distribution plan.

As the demand for a large-scale regional mass vaccination site diminishes in Greater Lowell, Lowell General Hospital has shifted its Mass Vaccination Program into normal hospital operations at the Chest and Immunization Center at its Saints Campus.

Lowell General Hospital thanks Farley White Interests for generously donating the space at Cross River Center, as well as sponsors from across the region who have helped to fund this huge effort to protect the community.

What to Expect at Your Vaccination Appointment
Top 3 Things to Know: Pregnancy, Pediatrics, and the COVID-19 Vaccine with Adam Weston, MD
Top 3 Things to Know: Pregnancy, Pediatrics, and the COVID-19 Vaccine with Megan Cardoso, MD, FAAP

What to Expect at Your Vaccination Appointment

Top 3 Things to Know: Pregnancy, Pediatrics, and the COVID-19 Vaccine with Adam Weston, MD

Top 3 Things to Know: Pregnancy, Pediatrics, and the COVID-19 Vaccine with Megan Cardoso, MD, FAAP

Why Should I Get the COVID-19 Vaccine?

Getting vaccinated is the best way to slow this deadly pandemic. Here's why:

To protect yourself: Getting the vaccine means there’s up to a 95% chance that you’ll personally be protected from getting COVID-19.

To protect those around you: If you get sick, you could spread the virus to others. Getting the vaccine, while continuing to wear a mask and practice social distancing, will help keep your friends and family safe, especially those who may be at risk for a severe case of COVID-19.

To protect our community: We need roughly 70-80% of the community members to get vaccinated. So, even though you may have to wear a mask for a little longer until more people have received it, we know that every person that gets vaccinated is a small step in the right direction.

Hear from Lowell General Hospital and other Wellforce employees and providers on why they chose to be vaccinated and what they say to others who are considering it. Videos are available in multiple languages.

If you do need to CANCEL an appointment please use the link provided in your confirmation email.

Location

Parking

There is plenty of FREE parking at the Saints Campus in the parking garage or in the lot in front of the main entrance.

Accessibility

The Chest and Immunization Center is handicapped accessible and staff are available to assist with wheelchair access.

Interpreter Services

For non-English speaking community members, we will have interpreter services present to help answer any questions, along with virtual translation assistance.

Public Transportation

The Lowell General Hospital Saints Campus is located on the Lowell Regional Transit Authority (LRTA) bus route. We are served by Route #2 (Belvidere), stop #3.

Hours of Operation

Monday-Wednesday, 8:00am-4:30pm.
Closed on all major holidays.

Frequently Asked Questions

View our frequently asked questions about what to expect at our facility.

What to Bring for My COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment

Please note you will need to prove your eligibility according to the Massachusetts phased vaccination plan when you check in for your vaccination appointment. If you do not have proof of eligibility, you will not be allowed into the vaccination clinic.

Please bring your identification and insurance card.

Schedule My COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment

Our vaccination clinic is open only to those APPROVED in Massachusetts' eligible groups.

To learn more about the Massachusetts phasing guidelines and a complete list of eligibility, visit the Mass.gov website.

Required Massachusetts Consent Form for Those Under 18

Please Note: Individuals 12-17 years old need to present a consent form completed by a parent/guardian/legally authorized representative.

Get Consent Form Here

To make your COVID-19 vaccination appointment, please call our Central Scheduling Department at 978-937-6023.
Please do not call the Chest and Immunization Center for appointments.


When you arrive for your appointment, please stop by Outpatient Registration (located on the first floor adjacent to the Emergency Room at the Saints Campus) for check-in before proceeding to the clinic on the 4th Floor.

COVID-19 Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Appointments

When You Arrive at the Chest and Immunization Center

Vaccination

Two doses for the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, 21 days apart.

Thank You To Our Partners!

Special thanks to John Power of Farley White, whose generous donation of these building facilities is a true testament of the unwavering support we've received caring for our community during this pandemic.

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