Locations

Melrose-Wakefield Hospital

Directions

Melrose-Wakefield Hospital
585 Lebanon St., Melrose, MA 02176
(781) 979-3000

From Boston/93 North:
Take 93 North to Exit 34, you will merge onto Route 28.Take a right at the first set of lights onto South Street. Stay straight for approximately 9/10 of a mile on South Street. After passing the Stone Zoo and approaching Spot Pond on your right, get into the left lane. (You will see "To Melrose" and blue H (hospital) signs). Take your first left. At the set of lights, turn left onto the Lynn Fells Parkway (J.J. Grimsby's is on the corner). At the third set of lights, turn right onto Main Street. The hospital is two blocks down on the left.

From Northshore/93 South:
Take 93 South to Exit 35, Melrose/Winchester Highlands. Bear left at the end of the ramp then take a right at the stop sign, continue through the lights (Friendly's Ice Cream on corner) onto South Street. Stay straight for approximately 9/10 of a mile on South Street. After passing the Stone Zoo and approaching Spot Pond on your right, get into the left lane. (You will see "To Melrose" and blue H (hospital) signs). Take your first left. At the set of lights, turn left onto the Lynn Fells Parkway (J.J. Grimsby's is on the corner). At the third set of lights, turn right onto Main Street. The hospital is two blocks down on the left.

From Northshore/ Route 1
Route 1 Southbound, take the Lynn Fells Parkway exit in Saugus. Turn left at the third set of lights onto Main Street. The hospital is two blocks down on your left.

From Boston/Route 1

Take Route 1 North, take the Essex Street/Melrose exit in Saugus. Take a right off of the exit ramp and over the Route 1 bridge toward Melrose. Essex Street will become Upham Street, Melrose. Continue to first set of lights (Lebanon Street). Turn right, and the hospital is two blocks up on your right.  

MBTA:
Take the Orange Line north to Oak Grove. Take any of the buses heading north on Main Street on the following numbered routes: 130, 131, 136 or 137. Once the bus passes the downtown business section, the hospital is on your right at the intersection of Main, Lebanon and Porter Streets.

Directions via Google Maps

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