Baystate Health to Begin Final Eastern Region Transitions

PALMER — Beginning in November, Baystate Health will begin the final transition of services from Baystate Mary Lane Hospital to Baystate Wing Hospital. All Baystate Mary Lane Services will move to Baystate Wing Hospital by the end of the year.

Effective Friday, Nov. 3, all radiology services at Baystate Mary Lane will close at end of the day. On Wednesday, Nov. 15, all women’s imaging services (mammography and bone density) will be operational at Baystate Wing Hospital in the newly renovated space located on the first floor, formerly the Baystate Wing ED. Fluoroscopy services will be temporarily suspended beginning Thursday, Nov. 2 for renovations needed at Baystate Wing; these services will resume at Baystate Wing in January 2024. Throughout this relocation process, all other radiology services will remain operational at Baystate Wing Hospital.

Additionally, tentative dates have been set for the medical practices to also move to Baystate Wing Hospital. On Friday, Dec. 8, Baystate Women’s Health Ob/Gyn, located at Mary Lane, will move to Baystate Wing in the former Cardiology space, located on the first floor. Baystate Medical Practice – Quabbin Pediatrics will move to the former orthopedic clinic area on Tuesday, Dec. 12.

“Baystate Health remains committed to providing skilled and compassionate healthcare in all the communities we serve,” said Ron Bryant, president of Baystate Health Regional Hospitals, which includes Baystate Wing Hospital. “As we reconfigure care delivery in the region to a more sustainable and contemporary model that continues to meet the needs of the many communities served by Baystate Wing Hospital, we deeply value the Mary Lane legacy and recognize the usefulness and sentiment the hospital has had on so many in this community.”