The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed all our lives. At Cooley Dickinson, we have been caring for the most vulnerable in our community. Thankfully, Cooley Dickinson and our surrounding communities have not seen the incidence of COVID disease that larger metropolitan areas have experienced. While none of us know what the future holds, we still have processes in place to quickly react should a COVID-19 surge present in our community. Our team remains ready to respond.
As we begin the careful process of expanding our services in the time of COVID, we see new opportunities.
To our patients, we are here for you, to provide just, safe and equitable care. We are committed to provide care for all regardless of ethnicity, gender identification, sexual orientation, socioeconomic circumstance, ethnicity, geographic background, immigration status, ability and disability, physical characteristics, veteran status, political ideology, religious belief and age. We provide care for all in a work environment that is safe, diverse and inclusive.
What to Do | Where to Go
What to Do
Cooley Dickinson Health Care providers are here for you. Do not delay your care.
Office availability and hours will vary, and the types of services available will depend on your circumstances. Secure video visits with your provider using your phone or computer may be an effective way to address your medical needs. Call your provider’s office to find out if you are a candidate for video or telephone care.
What to Expect When You Visit Us
Read/print/download these informational sheets that explain what to expect when you visit us–or in the case of visiting nurse and home care, when we visit you–and how our staff are prepared to welcome you while keeping you safe.
- CDMG (Primary Care/Specialty Care)
- Cardiovascular Interventional Radiology (CVIR)
- Emergency Department
- Inpatient Care
- Mass General Cancer Center at Cooley Dickinson Hospital
- Operating Room
- Rehabilitation Services
- Urgent Care
- VNA & Hospice
Where to Go
You can receive health care from your home. We offer telephone and video visits, and some conditions can be monitored from your home. Contact your primary care provider via phone or through the Patient Gateway portal.
A separate Respiratory Illness Clinic has been set up to diagnose and treat patients with symptoms of COVID-19 or other respiratory illnesses.
If you are experiencing symptoms that require urgent medical call, our Emergency Department staff are here for you. In an emergency, call 9-1-1.