The Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital campus spans 40 acres. The footprint starts on Mascoma Street with two gabled Queen Anne-style buildings: North House, home to APD’s human resources team, and the Homestead Building, soon to be a residential treatment center for mothers.
Just behind Mascoma Street, the Robert A. Mesropian Center — transformed inside with an accredited sleep health clinic — and the main hospital building, with its growing Emergency Department, stand at the ready.
APD Lifecare, which includes independent living community The Woodlands and assisted living community Harvest Hill, rounds out the back acreage before APD’s campus loops over to the Multi-Specialty Clinic, then back down to Mascoma Street to the bright yellow building housing Headrest, a nonprofit organization assisting those affected by substance use disorder.
No matter where you look on the APD map, care happens in every corner of campus. Learn more about each building and the care provided: