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Opening October 2019

News & Updates

Plan for a Medical Village to be built in Lynn

Plans are being discussed for a 37,000 square-foot, $23 million facility, or medical village, to be built in Lynn. The new facility will offer urgent care, basic lab and radiology services, outpatient psychiatry services and an expanded home for the North Shore Physicians Group Lynn primary and specialty care practice currently located in the West Medical Building on the Union campus.

North Shore Medical Center hopes to open the medical village in the fall of 2019 at the same time that construction is completed and acute care services are consolidated on the Salem campus. Learn more

NSMC Celebrates Construction Milestone with Topping Off Ceremony

To mark the completion of the structural steel framing of its new building, North Shore Medical Center (NSMC) held a Topping Off Ceremony Thursday, July 6, at its Salem campus. Watch video

Arthur Epstein Pledges $5 Million to NSMC for the Behavioral Health Center under Construction, May 2017

Photo caption (from left to right): David Torchiana, M.D., CEO of Partners HealthCare, David Roberts, M.D., President of North Shore Medical Center, Arthur Epstein and Brian McCarthy, both members of the NSMC Board of Trustees. They are seen at an event celebrating Epstein’s historic gift to NSMC.

North Shore Medical Center (NSMC) today announced that longtime Marblehead resident Arthur J. Epstein has committed a gift of $5 million to NSMC in support of the Medical Center’s plan to build a new behavioral health center at its Salem campus. The gift is the single largest donation in the 144-year history of the hospital.

NSMC will name the new center, scheduled to open in the fall of 2019, in Epstein’s honor. “North Shore Medical Center is deeply grateful for Arthur Epstein’s extraordinary support,” said NSMC president David Roberts, M.D. “There is increasing demand for behavioral health services across the country and throughout local communities here on the North Shore. Arthur’s generosity will enable NSMC to build a state-of-the-art facility to provide much needed care to the children, adults and seniors of this region.” Read more

Regional Healthcare, Revamped
Northshore Magazine, February 2017

Our vision to provide quality healthcare to communities outside of Boston is part of a long tradition on the North Shore, one that began with the opening of Salem Hospital in 1874.

Read Northshore Magazine's February 2017 article for a better look at how we plan to take local healthcare into the 21st century. 

Construction to improve our Salem entrance, starting 4.29.

Davenport 4 entrance closed & parking impact


NSMC Salem Hospital's main visitor entrance (Davenport 4) and patient parking along Highland Avenue will be closed for approximately eight months due to construction. Visitors and patients will be redirected to use alternate entrances.Click link above for full details.