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.

Partners to close Union Hospital in Lynn

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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