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Published on December 19, 2020

Increasing access to care on the Cape, one town at a time

Increasing access to care on the Cape, one town at a time

CCHC to bring primary, specialty and urgent care to Orleans

The outer Cape will have more access to care in a familiar spot. Cape Cod Healthcare is developing the former Lobster Claw restaurant property in Orleans as a multi-use medical building which will offer primary, specialty and urgent care services, with on-site x-ray and lab drawing.

CCHC recently submitted site plans to the Town of Orleans for a $5.6 million redevelopment of the property located at 42 Route 6A in Orleans to establish a 6,500-square-foot medical facility. Plans are to open the site for the Lower- and Outer-Cape regions in 2022.

“Increasing access to the best possible care for our community is a fundamental part of our mission,” said Michael Lauf, president and CEO of Cape Cod Healthcare.

“The new medical building will provide patients from the lower Cape down to Provincetown with more convenient access to high quality patient care services. This modern medical facility will also help support our efforts to recruit new primary care physicians to Cape Cod.”  

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