Salem, NH – Mass General Brigham has opened a new, state-of-the-art Integrated Care center at Tuscan Village in Salem, which will provide both primary care and specialty treatment for patients in Merrimack Valley and southern New Hampshire.
Approximately 200 attendees recently attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new center, including New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu; Anne Klibanski, MD, president and chief executive officer, Mass General Brigham; John Fernandez, president, Mass General Brigham Integrated Care; and Joe Faro, CEO, Tuscan Brands. The architect and construction manager for the project were Boston-based Gensler and Consigli.
Mass General Brigham Integrated Care represents the next step in patient care, where patients can see their primary care providers and visit top specialists at one convenient location that’s close to home or work. With the opening of this new location, patients will also have access to the full spectrum of care across Mass General Brigham including world-renowned hospitals and the latest innovative research.
The new patient-centered facility brings a holistic approach to care under one roof with a new operations approach to minimize waiting and encourage real-time patient and staff interactions and support. The three-floor center has a total of 62,000sf with an ambulatory surgery center with four operating rooms, 31 exam rooms and comprehensive imaging services. The new center will bring almost 250 new jobs to Salem.
The Integrated Care center will offer a wide range of services to patients as well as full services imaging and blood draw. Services offered include audiology, behavioral medicine, breast surgery, cardiology, colon and rectal surgery, comprehensive ophthalmology, dermatology, diagnostic radiology, family medicine, gastroenterology, general surgery, internal medicine, orthopedic surgery, pain medicine, pathology, and physical therapy.
As part of Mass General Brigham’s commitment to sustainability in all aspects of operations, the building design includes a high-performance building envelope, efficient heating and cooling systems, use of highest efficiency light figures and elimination of harmful chemicals in furniture and interior finishes. Mass General Brigham has submitted to obtain the LEED Silver Certification for the building.