Mercy

A New Healthcare Campus

Since 1918, Northern Light Mercy Hospital has been providing compassionate and clinically excellent care to all who walk through our doors. Just over a century later, we reached a pivotal moment as we opened our expanded healthcare campus on Fore River Parkway on January 4, 2022 and closed our hospital located on State Street.

Norther Light Mercy Hospital Aerial View

This consolidation enhances patient access to more of our medical services in one convenient campus setting. It also allows us to build on our community-focused mission through cutting-edge technology, a nurturing and caring environment, high quality care, and personalized services for a range of medical needs.

We invite you to explore the information on this page to learn more about our new campus and the location of our services.

Map of the Campus

Our newly expanded healthcare campus consists of a medical office building that houses more of our medical practices and features a new, easy to access first floor imaging center. The hospital has been expanded and features a new emergency department and new patient care units with all private rooms. There is also a new outpatient specialty and surgery center located next to the hospital where our gastroenterology and wound care practices are located and where day surgeries take place.

We invite you to explore a map of our campus to learn more about where our medical practices and services are located.

Learn About the New Campus

While we’ve kept the design consistent with the existing structures on the campus, there are a few new features that you may notice:

  • New emergency department: There is a dedicated parking lot for our emergency department, offering patients quick access to care. Ambulances also have a new dedicated route and patient drop off area that is covered and protected from the elements, providing increased safety, convenience, and comfort.
  • Ease of access: New parking lots have been added to ensure easy patient access to each of the facilities. The campus is also accessible by METRO and new bicycle racks are available for use by patients and visitors.
  • Connections between facilities: Vehicular traffic patterns have been updated to improve safety and ease of access. There are new and expanded sidewalks and pedestrian walking trails on the campus that get you to where you need to go while offering a connection to nature.
  • Places of respite: There are quiet benches amongst the trails, trees, and water that provide quiet areas to sit and enjoy the outdoors while waiting for or visiting a loved one receiving care. A new footbridge over a pond now connects the new outpatient specialty and surgery center to the hospital.