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CHA Malden Family Medicine Center

The Family Medicine Residency program is housed at our 80,000 square foot Ambulatory building at 195 Canal Street in Malden, just 2 miles from the CHA Everett Hospital.

Along with a large family care practice on the first floor, the facility has space for group visits and seminars. There is a CHA-operated lab, pharmacy, eye center, ortho and physical therapy practice in the same building. Cataldo Ambulance, the city's emergency medical response agency, has a dispatch garage across the street giving patients quick access to the hospital, if needed.

Like other CHA sites, the new center has a state-of-the-art Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system linked system-wide. Starting from day one, residents will work on EMR system allowing them to assure that their patients achieve highest quality of medical care.

CHA Everett Hospital

A busy community hospital that serves the 200,000 residents of Everett, Revere, Chelsea, Winthrop, and Malden, MA. As the only hospital in this five-city area, Everett Hospital provides many services including 24-hour emergency care, surgery, orthopaedics, rehab, specialty care, primary care, and mental health programs.

Maternity Unit at CHA Cambridge Hospital

A primary training site for the resident OB rotations. Cambridge Hospital is a busy community hospital with 1,400 deliveries annually. The maternity suite includes spacious LDR (Labor, delivery, recovery) rooms equipped with a Jacuzzi, refrigerator, TV and DVR. Most of the rooms also have spectacular views of Boston.

Cambridge Breast Center at CHA Cambridge Hospital

The Cambridge Breast center is a comprehensive care facility that was recognized in 2009 as the first nationally accredited Breast Center in Massachusetts. It sees patients at its home site at the Cambridge Hospital campus and at a satellite clinic at the Everett Hospital.

Using team approach, the Cambridge Breast Center brings together doctors from across the Boston area, including experts in breast surgery, plastic surgery, breast cancer, radiology, radiation oncology, nutrition, nursing, pathology, and psychiatry. This allows them to meet all the needs of patients - from diagnosis to treatment and recovery.

The Breast Center service is also directly linked to the CHA Department of Radiology, which has Digital Mammography at three locations, a Breast MRI service, and is recognized as a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology.

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC)

A Harvard Affiliated Hospital system in the heart of the Longwood Medical and Academic Area which is also home to Harvard Medical School, and a number of other world renowned health systems. BIDMC is consistently ranked as one of the best hospitals in the world by US News and World Reports. BIDMC is our main tertiary care partner of Cambridge Health Alliance and home to our high-volume obstetrics rotation and our reproductive health rotation.

Tufts Medical Center, Boston

Tufts Medical Center is located in downtown Boston, adjacent to the city's Theater District and Chinatown. Tufts' state-of-the-art diagnostic technology, modern facilities for inpatient and outpatient services and dedicated medical professionals have helped establish the Medical Center as one of the country's leading medical institutions. Tufts family practice residents obtain high-risk obstetrics, tertiary-level intensive care unit, and urban emergency medicine at Tufts Medical Center, the primary teaching hospital of Tufts University School of Medicine.

Lowell General Hospital

Pediatric care training encompasses a variety of unique experiences for our residents. First year residents spend 3 weeks on an inpatient pediatrics team at The Children's Place at Lowell General Hospital where they care for children and adolescents in a family-centered inpatient unit. Here they encounter common inpatient pediatric conditions in a community hospital setting while working one-on-one with a pediatric hospitalist to get individualized teaching. First year residents also spend 2 weeks in the newborn nursery at CHA’s Cambridge Hospital, developing expertise in the care of newborns and a 2 week outpatient Developmental and Behavioral health rotation with our CHA child psychiatry colleagues. Pediatric emergency care training takes place at CHA’s Everett Hospital emergency department where residents see patients of all ages.

Since most care of children and adolescents is done as an outpatient however, experiences in community-based pediatricians' offices is essential. We have a second year outpatient rotation working with our CHA pediatrician colleagues and our Safety Net program, which is a primary care-based integrative behavioral health service for kids. This program helps to bridge the gap between clinicians, schools, social services, and families so that treatment plans can be contextualized to meet a patient’s needs. Our first and third year residents spend time at our school-based health center at Malden High School doing sports physicals, administering routine immunizations, addressing acute concerns, and providing confidential reproductive health care. We enjoy a robust pediatric population of approximately 20% in our own Malden Family Medicine Center where residents see their continuity patients and learn to do well child checks as well as address urgent and chronic medical concerns.

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