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Published on July 07, 2015

Milford Regional Opens New Laboratory in Medway

Milford Regional Medical Center now has 10 convenient laboratory locations, with the newest lab now open on Main Street in Medway.

Located within Family Medicine Associates at 74 Main St. in Gould’s Plaza, the lab is open Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. to provide fast and quick service to any patient regardless of whom their doctor is or where the practice is located.

The new lab is also a child-friendly site where children are given special attention by staff with extensive pediatric lab experience. In addition, the lab is specifically equipped to meet the needs of children with exam tables for infants and babies, draw chairs that adjust to accommodate an adult holding a child, and toys, stuffed animals and other distractions to make children more comfortable.

For more information on the new Medway lab, call (508) 321-1620. For a complete listing of Milford Regional’s laboratory locations, visit the website at www.milfordregional.org/care-treatment/laboratory-pathology.


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