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HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital’s top priority is the health and well-being of our patients and communities, and that includes ensuring that all the services we provide are accessible and of high quality.
HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital’s maternity inpatient unit closed on September 23, 2023. We are tremendously grateful to our compassionate caregivers who have helped thousands of parents and families navigate the birthing journey and welcome new loved ones into their lives for so many decades. Like other health care providers across the industry, we are facing severe labor shortages, which exacerbated the challenges of staffing the unit. Caregivers impacted by the closure of the unit were offered other positions at the Hospital or within the UMass Memorial Health system.
We understand how difficult this closure was for our impacted caregivers and have made every effort to work with them to find other positions within the UMass Memorial Health system wherever possible.
Patients continue to have the option to receive their prenatal and postpartum care from the same local OB/GYN practices as they do now.
Yes. The emergency departments at both the Clinton and Leominster Campuses of HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital will continue to care for emergency cases when they arise and will continue to ensure staff are prepared to provide emergency obstetrics services.
Yes. UMass Memorial Medical Center has sufficient staff and physical capacity to accept all the deliveries that currently occur at HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital.In anticipation of the increase in patient volume, we took several measures to improve available resources for the inpatient maternity unit at the Medical Center.
HealthAlliance-Clinton is a strong, stable and successful organization that is continually assessing community need and investing in services the support the health needs of our patients. While we currently have no further plans to reduce programs, we must always evaluate our programs and services to best direct our resources to support the communities we serve throughout the region. Over the past few years, HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital, Leominster campus, has invested in state-of-the-art health services to keep care in the community and meet current patient needs.
Our commitment to our patients and the communities we serve extends beyond the walls of our facilities. Through Determination of Need funding, we have distributed 25 grants to community organizations. To date, more than $1.4 million of $2.35 million allocated for community investment has been distributed to address existing community health priorities.
We are also currently in the process of evaluating community need and conducting resource gap analyses to inform our community investment strategy and to ensure that health equity is fundamentally prioritized. This evaluation will shape our commitment to invest nearly $600,000 in women’s health through improving access and enhancing resources supporting pre- and post-natal care for mothers, birthing people, and infants.