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

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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: Blue Hill Memorial Hospital

Blue Hill Memorial Hospital 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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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.
Six EMHS hospitals are at the forefront of using information technology to improve patient care, based on the results of a 2014 survey published by the American Hospital Association. Eastern Maine Medical Center and Sebasticook Valley Hospital were recognized in the healthcare’s most wired category, and TAMC, Acadia Hospital, Blue Hill Memorial Hospital, and Inland Hospital were honored in the most wired – small and rural category. The six hospitals were among only nine in Maine to be recognized.
It is with great pride that we announce our Beacon Health Case Management program has received accreditation from NCQA (National Committee for Quality Assurance). Since 1990, NCQA has been considered the gold standard for improving healthcare across the country. Beacon Health is the first care delivery system to achieve this distinction.
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
Each year, 750 to 1,000 Mainers die from lung cancer, exceeding the number of deaths attributed to breast, colon, and prostate cancers combined. A national study has shown this number can be reduced with access to lung cancer screening programs.
Warmer weather has arrived, and children and families are spending more time outside enjoying their favorite summer activities like hiking, gardening, and camping. An increase in outdoor activity can mean greater exposure to the ticks that carry the germ responsible
Frequent urination at night, leaking or dribbling, and weak stream can affect men as they age. These problems can begin when men reach their forties, and according to the National Institutes of Health, over half of men in their sixties
EMMC is happy to introduce Annie Powers, MD, PhD, to the EMMC Pediatric Medicine team. Board certified in pediatrics, Dr. Powers comes to us from Allina Medical Clinic in Buffalo, Minnesota, where she had outpatient and inpatient pediatric responsibilities, including
(Bangor, Maine) – A few openings remain for Champ Camp, a week long residential camp for children who have been or are currently being treated for cancer and their families. Champ Camp is scheduled for Sunday, June 29 through Saturday,
   EMMC is growing our base of healthcare providers to expand our specialty care capabilities and improve access to primary care. EMMC welcomes Precious Dean, PA C, EMMC Surgery and Trauma Specialists of Maine – 973 4949 – Precious has

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EMHS
43 Whiting Hill Rd
Brewer, ME 04412

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