CHP Barrington OB/GYN Relocating to Fairview Hospital Campus

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GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — CHP Barrington OB/GYN is relocating to the Fairview Hospital campus as of Tuesday, Sept. 29.
 
The practice, which has been located at the East Mountain Medical complex on South Main Street, will move to 27 Lewis Ave. 
 
The move accommodates growth in the women's health practice, which offers comprehensive obstetrics and gynecology provided by physicians, nurse practitioners and certified nurse-midwives.
 
The new location is on the ground floor of the Fairview medical office building, across the parking lot from the hospital, with its diagnostic facilities and the Fairview Hospital Family Birthplace.
 

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