North Shore Medical Center plans to close its Lynn hospital campus and consolidate medical and psychiatric services in Salem over the next three years.

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North Shore Medical Center plans to close its Lynn hospital campus and consolidate medical and psychiatric services in Salem over the next three years.

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The plan calls for consolidating services and adding 58 beds at the North Shore Medical Center’s Salem Hospital campus. By Priyanka Dayal McCluskey

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