Care at Home

Life Across Eastern Massachusetts and New Hampshire

Get to know Tufts Medicine Care at Home

Here at Tufts Medicine, we know that home is where the heart is. That’s why Tufts Medicine Care at Home provides efficient, compassionate home health, hospice and palliative care for patients wherever they call home. We see each patient for who they are and tailor our services to their unique needs–and the same is true for our care providers. When you work with us, work is wherever you want to be. 

Home care by the numbers


towns and cities served from
​​​​​​​north of Boston to Southern New Hampshire


home care and
​​​​​​​hospice visits in 2022


cars distributed to Care at Home nurses as part of our new Fleet Car Program–fuel and maintenance included

A place for everyone

Bedford, NH

This idyllic Manchester suburb balances the convenience of urban living with the quiet of a small town. Located within easy driving distance of a half-dozen colleges and universities, it's home to Pulpit Rock Conservation Area, a 338-acre preserve, as well as the SEE Science Center, a popular science museum.

North Hampton, NH

The easygoing seaside town of North Hampton features a rocky shoreline and pristine beach. Stroll the lush Fuller Gardens, hike Little Boar's Head Seaside Trail or shop at one of the town's many small businesses.

Newburyport, MA

Located where the Merrimack River meets the Atlantic, this historic seaport is popular with tourists and residents alike. Explore the quaint downtown, known for its seafood restaurants and brick sidewalks, or wander the beautiful Plum Island Beach.    

Lowell, MA

Lowell, known as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, features historic mill yards and canals as well as trendy shops and restaurants. Catch a ride on one of the vintage trolleys, then head to the annual Lowell Folk Festival or take in a show at Lowell Memorial Auditorium.

Malden, MA

Just 10 minutes from Boston's North Station, the hilly city of Malden has a deep history and something for everyone. With thriving arts and food scenes, it hosts the annual Phantom Gourmet Food Festival as well as the Maldon Summer Festivals.

Lawrence, MA

Known for its rich history and rich diversity, Lawrence is often called the Immigrant City. With a largely Latinx population, you'll find a plethora of Puerto Rican, Dominican and Caribbean restaurants and bakeries as well as a bustling weekly farmers' market and countless colorful murals.

Haverhill, MA

Home to High Pointe House, our hospice and palliative care residence, the picturesque town of Haverhill is located on the Massachusetts/New Hampshire border. Here, you can soak up some culture at Winnekenni Castle, learn all about the graphic arts at the Museum of Printing or spend the daying skiing at Ski Bradford.


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Empower and improve lives—delivering essential care to
​​​​​​​patients throughout eastern Massachusetts.