Shattuck Hospital is a large public health hospital run by the state of Massachusetts, built in 1954 on the edge of Franklin Park. It is named for Lemuel Shattuck, a local politician credited with the development of the nation's first Board of Health. The hospital provides ambulatory and inpatient services for the state's disadvantaged population, including a secure unit for the Department of Corrections.
- Accreditations/certifications: accredited by The Joint Commission
- Affiliations: Tufts Medical Center, Massachusetts Department of Public Health
- Parking: Free lot
- Number of beds: 275
- Type: General, Psychiatric, Rehabilitation
- Departments: Internal medicine, Neurology, Orthopedic services, Psychiatric ward, Rehabilitation services