“We are delighted and grateful to have been selected by the Red Sox Foundation for this award,” said John Silva, President and CEO of GLFHC. “This funding is a reflection of the transformative impact that GLFHC is making in Greater Lawrence, and to the sincere and ongoing commitment to the City of Lawrence that the Red Sox Foundation is making.

“We could not be more thankful, and we look forward to continuing to work with the Red Sox Foundation to make a positive impact on the health, education and recreation outcomes of the Lawrence community,” he said.

The LFMR was established in 1994 and was the first accredited teaching community health center in the nation. The program creates learning environments where physicians develop skills in family medicine and dedicate themselves to the care of individuals and families, especially those who need better health care. Click here to learn more about our Residency Program.