Notice to our patients about COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

The providers and staff at Hawthorn Medical are working diligently to implement and adjust procedures with consideration of the CDC/DPH guidelines. At this time, we are an essential service organization and remain open to care for our patients. Our Urgent Care Center also remains open.

We are rescheduling ALL in-person non-obstetrical, adult elective visits such as physicals and follow-up appointments for non-urgent conditions. If you have a health concern, call your physician’s office for advice on scheduling an appointment.

We are screening ALL patients at the front doors of all buildings. This will limit exposure for both patients and staff. All staff members are also being screened upon arrival for the work day.

Currently, we are asking patients upon arrival at our facility (including people accompanying patient), questions regarding any symptoms, any domestic/international travel, and known or suspected contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID 19 or who is in quarantine.

At this time, Hawthorn is not able to do testing for COVID-19.

Please note that walk-In hours for Pediatrics are cancelled beginning Monday, April 6 until further notice. Call the office for advice on scheduling an appointment for your child.

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Telehealth now available

Our priority is to care for our patients, and during this time many of our physicians are offering a new telehealth option (via telephone or video with smartphone/webcam), when appropriate.

If you need an appointment, your physician may be able to accommodate you with telehealth. These appointments would mimic an in-person visit with the medical assistant reviewing your information, your physician conducting the visit, and then being checked out by the secretary. Call your physician’s office with any questions about appointments.

We ask for your patience at this time as our call volume as increased substantially. Our staff is doing their best to take your call and answer all of your questions. Wait time to speak with the Pediatric Nurses is longer than usual because parents have many questions about COVID-19.

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) has set up a COVID-19 information line. By calling 2-1-1, you can get real time information on COVID-19, resources available, and referrals in multiple languages.

Urgent Care hours

  • Monday–Friday, 7 am–7 pm
  • Saturday-Sunday, 8 am–4 pm

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Obstetrics & Gynecology
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Adult Medicine
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Adult Medicine
Accepting new patients for primary care

Anthony Karabanow, MD
Adult Medicine/Infectious Disease

Steward CONNECT Patient Portal

Hawthorn's patient portal—Steward CONNECT—allows patients to connect securely with their doctor and medical team online, and view and verify health information. Log In or Activate an Account. For Technical Support, call 781-375-3330.