Compass Medical Quincy

Compass Medical Quincy opened in the Fall of 2013 and is home to Primary Care, Urgent Care, Radiology and Specialty Services.

Compass Medical Quincy opened in the Fall of 2013 and is home to Primary Care, Urgent Care, Radiology and Specialty Services.


Summer checklist: ✔️ cloth face covering, ✔️sunscreen, ✔️water, ✔️insect repellent. Don’t let mosquitoes ruin your summer fun!

Please be aware of our 4th of July holiday hours this weekend:

Friday, July 3rd (Holiday Observed):
East Bridgewater UCC 8am to 4pm
East Bridgewater X-Ray 8am to 4pm
Easton UCC 8am to 12pm
Easton X-Ray 8am to 12pm
East Bridgewater Lab – CLOSED for Phlebotomy

Saturday, July 4th:

Sunday, July 5th:
East Bridgewater UCC 8am to 12pm In Office/12pm to 4pm Telemedicine
East Bridgewater X-Ray 8am to 12pm

All other services will be closed in observance of the holiday. Have a happy and safe holiday weekend!

"What’s Next? - Starting Right, Starting Again & Starting Together"​ » Compass Medical, PC

Compass Medicals, Dr. Dhrumil Shah looks ahead into “What’s Next” as we adapt to a new normal during this pandemic. Click here to read Dr. Shah’s article “What’s Next? – Starting Right, Starting Again & Starting Together”. Written by: Dr. Dhrumil Shah

Welcoming Back Dr. Bloom and the Pulmonary Department! » Compass Medical, PC

Compass Medical is excited to welcome back our Pulmonary Departments, Dr. Brian Bloom, from his service with the USNS COMFORT’s NYC COVID-19 mission! Dr. Bloom and the Pulmonary Department will reopen today, Wednesday, May 13. Click here to learn more about Dr. Bloom's mission! DR. BLOOM AND THE PULMONARY DEPARTMENT WILL BE REOPEN WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 2020 Compass Medical welcomes the return of our Pulmonary Departments, Dr. Brian Bloom, from his service with the USNS COMFORT’s NYC COVID-19 mission. CAPT Brian Bloom, MC, USN joined Compass Medical in November 2019 and play...

Access to Care in the Era of Pandemic » Compass Medical, PC

Communities are advised to practice 'Social Distancing' while essential industries, including Healthcare, are being tasked to increase capacity and to redesign the model of care to help us battle this pandemic across the nation. Click here to learn about "Access to Care in the Era of a Pandemic" from Compass Medicals Dr. Dhrumil Shah: Written by: Dr. Dhrumil Shah


During these uncertain times, it is easy to feel the loss of so many familiar things. Some have lost security, routine, and a sense of normalcy. Others have lost jobs and financial security and sadly, many have lost loved ones and a sense of community. Loss can be varied and processed in very individual ways. This four-session group is designed to offer a sense of community in our mutual loss and offer skills for grieving.

MAY 28, 2020 - JUNE 18, 2020
THURSDAYS 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Call (508) 350-2225 x3 to learn more!

Chronic diseases and emergent needs do not wait for the Coronavirus to go away. Delaying care for Chronic Health Conditions may worsen your condition or cause secondary complications if left untreated. Please do not hesitate to call your Primary Care or Specialty Provider to discuss any medical needs you may have. We are always here for you, your medical needs are our priority.

At Compass Medical, we take pride in our excellent record of safety. We want to assure you that we are taking extra precautionary measures and have adapted our practices optimally so we can take care of your needs. We are able to see patients safely in person and also offer Telemedicine visits as an alternative option. Call your Primary Care or Specialty office today to determine what is the best option for you!

Visit our website to learn more!

Just because you are home does not mean you can’t get the care you need! Compass Medical Telemedicine offers Primary Care, Urgent Care, and Behavioral Health services for patients either over a telephone or video call! Visit us at to learn more!

Compass Medical is excited to introduce its new Telemedicine services to URGENT CARE patients! This simple and convenient alternative service allows our Providers to conduct routine Urgent Care medical appointments over a telephone call or a video call, such as minor cuts, rashes, burns, stomach pains, joint pains, urinary tract infections, and much more! Visit us at to learn more or call (508) 350-2818 to find out if Urgent Care Telemedicine is right for you!

We want to wish Compass Medical’s very own, Dr. Brian Bloom, the best of luck as he has been called-up for active duty to serve on one of the U.S. Navy’s two hospital ships, the USNS COMFORT. Dr. Bloom, a Pulmonologist & Critical Care physician in civilian life will also serve in the role while on the USNS COMFORT. Thank you for your service, Dr. Bloom and the services you’ll supply to the beleaguered citizens of New York City during this unprecedented public health emergency. You are in our thoughts and we hope for your speedy return to Compass Medical.


Know and share accurate information about COVID-19. Talk with others by phone, text, or email about how you manage stress, anxiety, and other emotions.

Learn more about stress and coping during the COVID-19 outbreak:

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Compass Medical is stepping up the positivity today! Our Middleborough Urgent Care technician, Mairead Dougherty is a competitive Irish Dancer that has qualified for the world championship of Irish Step 13 times! She wanted to share some upbeat and positive energy with our patients today by performing for them! Thank you for sharing Mairead!

Mission Masks

Compass Medical's very own Behavioral Health Provider, Julia Swartz, has joined Heidi Waddell and other sewers to sew masks to assist in the shortage the healthcare workers are facing. Click the link below to read more about their efforts!

Thank you Jessica Bartlett for sharing the Seamstress and The Social Worker. We are a force! 💜 Heidi and Julia


Caregivers: Pay attention for potential COVID-19 symptoms of those you care for, including, fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Call a healthcare provider if you think your loved one may have symptoms.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

If you are sick with COVID-19 or feel that you may have it, click the link to from the CDC to review steps of how you can prevent the spread to other people in your home or your community. Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a virus (more specifically, a coronavirus) identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, China.


Practice social distancing by putting space between yourself and others. Continue to practice healthy habits to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

• Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds
• Clean and then disinfect frequently used surfaces
• Stay home if you’re sick
• Avoid touching your face

Learn more about staying safe and healthy at

Genetic Testing, Screening, and Prevention for People with a Strong Family History of Colorectal Cancer

Do you have a strong family history of colorectal cancer? Click the link from the American Cancer Society to learn about ways of prevention, genetic testing, and regular screenings that may be right for you! If you have a family history of colorectal cancer, you might benefit from speaking with a genetic counselor or other health professional who is trained in genetic counseling.

Colon Cancer and Rectal Cancer Screening: What Are My Options?

Regular screenings are the most important way to prevent and treat colorectal cancer. Click the link to learn more about your colorectal cancer screening options from the American Cancer Society! Are you wary of colonoscopies? Don’t let that keep you from getting checked for colorectal cancer. There are several options for tests, and one of them might be right for you.

Sweet and Sour Chicken

Happy Friday! Kick-off your weekend with a new healthy recipe! Friends and family are bound to love the Sweet and Sour Chicken recipe from the American Heart Association. Click the link to start cooking! A Chinese take-out family favorite, this Sweet & Sour Chicken cuts out the sugar and fat of restaurant varieties.

Living as a Colorectal Cancer Survivor

Are you or someone you love a colorectal cancer survivor? Click the link from the American Cancer Society to educate yourself on the next steps to take as a survivor, what you can do to lower your risk of the cancer returning, and more! For many people with colorectal cancer, treatment may remove or destroy the cancer.

Thank you to everyone who participated and donated towards this event! Our team was able to create over 30 blankets to donate to Annie's Kindness Blankets! Click the link to learn more about the meaning behind Annie's Kindness Blankets.

Huge high five to the Compass Medical team! They all came together yesterday (March 7th) to make some pretty amazing everlasting hugs. Nothing makes us more excited than to hear there are more Annie's Kindness Blankets ready to send out in the world. These awesome volunteers are going to help ~30 people know they are not alone.

Thank you Sheri, Cindy, Marjorie, Terri, shannon, Michelle P, Michelle B, Kathryn, Mark, Keith, Jim, Maryann, Jared, Jenn, Kensi, Keira, Marissa, Raelynn, Courtney, Mark, Henry, Alyssa, Allison, Sheri Anne, Vinny, Haley, Joy and the many Compass Medical employees who donated❣️.

Giving others a little hope can change their life and put the biggest smile on someone's face. We absolutely know you will accomplish both for many people. Truly - thank you. 🙌 💜🦋 Compass Medical East Bridgewater, Southeast Medical Center

Turkey Picadillo

Happy Friday! Are you looking to change up your dinner routine? Test out this healthy and delicious Turkey Picadillo recipe from the American Heart Association! Click the link to start cooking! This Latin recipe features fruits and veggies as well as a variety of flavorful spices served with whole-grain corn tortillas.

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Colorectal Cancer Risk Factors

Are you at risk for colorectal cancer? Click the link from the American Cancer Society to find out if you are and what you can do to lower specific risk factors. Many risk factors may increase your chance of developing colorectal cancer. This guide will help you learn about possible causes of colorectal cancer.

Colorectal Cancer

Help us raise awareness of colorectal cancer! Educate yourself and those around you about the risks, symptoms, and protective screening options. Click the link from the American Cancer Society to learn more about colorectal cancer today! The American Cancer Society provides helpful information and resources on colorectal cancer. Find the information you need today.

Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower by Devin Alexander

Happy Friday! Are you looking for a new appetizer to try out for your next party? Test out the American Heart Association's vegetarian Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower recipe. It's sure to be a new favorite! Click the recipe to start cooking. Among my friends who like cauliflower, this is a huge favorite! Add it to your "must-try" list.

American Heart Association

Up to 80% of heart attacks and strokes may be prevented. Managing your blood glucose, blood pressure and cholesterol plus taking aspirin, if prescribed, are key.
Aspirin is not appropriate for everyone, so be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen.

5 Steps to Quit Smoking

In recognition of Heart Health Awareness, help your heart by quitting smoking! If you or a loved one are planning on kicking this habit, click the link from the American Heart Association for 5 helpful steps to quit smoking!   So you’ve decided to quit smoking, vaping or using any form of tobacco. Great.

American Heart Association

High blood pressure occurs when the force of blood flowing through your blood vessels, is consistently too high. This can lead to serious health problems. Learn more:

How to Stay Active in Cold Weather

Keep your heart healthy this winter by staying active. Click the link from the American Heart Association for tips and tricks of exercising during the cold winter months! When winter blows in, you can pull the blankets over your head and go back to sleep&mdash.

5 Easy Ways to Find Healthier Options at the Grocery Store

Do you struggle to pick out heart-healthy foods while at the grocery store? Let the American Heart Association help you! Click the link to view their 5 easy ways to find healthier options at the grocery store! Want to make smart food choices but confused by all the health claims, messages and logos on foods.

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