Due to the inclement weather our Urgent Care Center will be closed all day Saturday 1/29/2022. If you are experiencing a medical emergency please call 911
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Notice to our patients about COVID-19
Hawthorn is committed to providing care for our patients in an environment that is safe.
Although COVID restrictions for vaccinated individuals have been lifted, masks will remain mandatory for all patients/visitors coming into Hawthorn facilities.Read more »
Testing: Patients having COVID-related symptoms will be directed to our Urgent Care Center. The patient will be evaluated by a provider before COVID testing is done. The Urgent Care does not perform COVID testing on asymptomatic individuals.
Patients who do not have any symptoms and are requesting COVID testing due to exposure or travel should contact their Hawthorn PCP to be scheduled for testing.
Vaccinations: When available, vaccines can be given to Hawthorn patients in the office. For information about availability and scheduling, patients should call their doctor’s office.
Vaccines are also available at several pharmacies in Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Fall River and New Bedford. Details about sites can be found on the State’s web site at vaxfinder.mass.gov.
The Hawthorn Children’s Express Clinic offers sick visits by appointment for symptoms such as nasal congestion, low-grade fever, sore throat, cough, ear pain, diarrhea, etc. Appointments can be made by calling 508-996-3991 or with online scheduling »
Established in 1970, Hawthorn Medical is the largest multi-specialty medical group practice in greater New Bedford. We have many of the area's finest physicians who practice in state-of-the-art facilities. They are supported by skilled professional and support staff and together provide high quality, comprehensive medical care to more than 138,000 patients each year.