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Who We Are...

EMHS partners with individuals and communities to improve health and well-being by providing high quality, cost effective services.

Beacon Health

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Raising Readers

Encouraging childhood development through great books!

Patient Portal

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Community Benefits

We are proud to call Maine home! So, it is no surprise that EMHS member organizations are personally invested in our communities throughout central, eastern, and northern Maine.

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Member Spotlight: Rosscare

Rosscare is a member of EMHS. Together, EMHS members work to ensure the highest quality of care is available to all who need it, especially in rural Maine.

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EMHS Foundation

We are thankful to the generosity and support of our community members. Through this support, EMHS Foundation is able to improve the lives of Mainers living from Portland to Presque Isle and Blue Hill to Greenville through local healthcare advancements. We are dedicated to ensuring the people of Maine have access to quality healthcare close to home.

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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services today issued quality and financial performance results showing that Medicare Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) like EMHS Beacon Health are improving the quality of care for Medicare patients. CMS cited fostering greater collaboration between doctors, hospitals, and healthcare providers and keeping patients healthy rather than treating them when they were sick.
EMHS is pleased to welcome two new members to the senior leadership team: vice president, chief quality officer, and associate chief medical officer and vice president, Patient Engagement. These new roles will report to EMHS senior vice president and chief medical officer, Robert Thompson, MD and will be instrumental in helping to drive the system’s clinical performance, as well as strategically align expectations in quality and safety. A search is also currently underway for a vice president of Clinical Performance.
EMHS is pleased to announce the establishment of a chief medical information officer (CMIO) and chief nursing information officer (CNIO). Both positions will report directly to EMHS’ senior vice president and chief medical officer, Robert Thompson, MD.
The Sylvia Ross Home is a warm and inviting assisted living facility located at Ross Manor in Bangor. Now, through the Sylvia Ross Legacy Program, which provides financial assistance to eligible residents, more people are able to call Sylvia Ross “home.”
Maine Coast Memorial Hospital and EMHS have entered into a Letter of Intent to commence discussions toward a closer relationship. The Letter of Intent, signed on August 4, 2014 allows both organizations to explore and evaluate a structure for an optimal relationship between Maine Coast Memorial Hospital and EMHS.
Evelyn S. Silver, PhD, a retired senior advisor to the president at the University of Maine, has been elected chair of the EMHS Board of Directors. The election was during the EMHS annual meeting held June 11 at EMHS Home Office in Brewer. Barry D. McCrum of Mars Hill was elected vice-chair.
Next Drug Take Back Event Slated for September 27Unused, expired, or unwanted prescription medications can be very dangerous if they are diverted, misused, or abused. You can do your part to prevent prescription drug abuse by helping to spread the
    (Bangor, Maine) – Varicose veins are a very common problem in the US, affecting more than half of people age 50 and older. This fall, EMMC is raising awareness about varicose veins and how they are diagnosed and
  (Bangor, Maine) – Every 39 seconds, someone in the United States dies from cardiovascular disease. One of the ways to ensure that people can receive the most accurate information about their heart and blood vessels is by visiting a
(Bangor, Maine) All concussions are serious, and anytime one is suspected, high school athletes should be kept out of the game until they are cleared by a medical professional. That’s the message EMMC Sports Health medical director Stephen Thompson, MD,
What if a knee implant could be designed specifically for every individual, taking into consideration each person’s unique anatomy? Ian Dickey, MD, FRCSC, a surgeon at EMMC Orthopedic Surgical Specialists, is the local principal investigator for a clinical trial that’s
EMMC will offer its popular joint pain educational seminar in Belfast on Tuesday, September 9 at 5 30 pm at the University of Maine Hutchinson Center.“Hip and knee pain can limit a person’s everyday activities,” says Angela Wheelden, RN, BSN,
Eastern Maine Medical Center Foundation announced a gift of $1 million from a grateful patient to support the Remarkable Begins With You capital campaign at a ceremony on Thursday. The gift was given in honor of EMMC physician Felix Hernandez,
(Bangor, Maine) – Bicycling is a great way for children and families to get some exercise and enjoy our beautiful Maine summers, but injuries can occur if safety isn’t taken into consideration. The EMMC Trauma Care team and Adoptive &
Eastern Maine Medical Center Foundation will announce a gift of $1 million to support the Eastern Maine Medical Center Remarkable Begins With You capital campaign at a ceremony Thursday, August 14. The generous gift was given in honor of EMMC
(Bangor, Maine) – One day last fall, Tripp Murray’s mom noticed that her two year old was walking a little bit differently. By the next day, his eyes were behaving strangely. Within hours, doctors discovered a brain tumor pushing up

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43 Whiting Hill Rd
Brewer, ME 04412

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