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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

Discover the difference in EMHS care

Move and Improve

Stay active, stay healthy!

Provider Finder

Find a healthcare provider near you.

Raising Readers

Encouraging childhood development through great books!

Advocacy

Making the difference in the lives of Maine people.

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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The Rosscare Foundation and Dirigo Pines are pleased to announce the return of the Antique Appraisal Show, Saturday, April 26 from 10 am to 2 pm at Dirigo Pines Retirement Community in Orono. Now in its fifth year, this premiere event has become a much anticipated tradition to benefit EMHS LiveSAFE subscribers.

A report by Standard & Poor’s Rating Services affirms a BBB long-term rating, and notes that the outlook for EMHS is positive. The S&P report provides a current financial assessment of EMHS as well as a perspective of the organization’s future financial outlook.
EMHS president and CEO, M. Michelle Hood is pleased to announce that Kyle Johnson will join EMHS as vice president and chief information officer. Johnson is the current vice president, chief analytics and integration officer of Trinity Health/CHE, based in Livonia, Michigan.
EMHS president and CEO, M. Michelle Hood is pleased to announce that Robert Thompson, MD will join EMHS as senior vice president and chief medical officer. Thompson is currently the chief quality and medical officer of Asante Health System in Medford Oregon.
On February 1, the LiveSAFE programs of Charles A Dean Memorial Hospital, Inland Hospital, Eastern Maine Medical Center, and Rosscare consolidated under one name, EMHS LiveSAFE.
Four EMHS websites developed by Lighthouse Web Solutions win eHealthcare Leadership Awards.
(Bangor, Maine) – Last year, Eastern Maine Medical Center connected more than 500 patients with a free interpreter service, breaking down language barriers to ensure that patients and care providers were able to effectively communicate. In healthcare, every minute counts
(Bangor, Maine) – EMMC Orthopedic Surgical Specialists lead physician Ian Dickey, MD, FRCSC has been invited to serve as the first chair of the University of Maine Graduate School of Biomedical Science and Engineering’s new external advisory board.“I am delighted
(Bangor, Maine) – On Friday, March 28, a Hancock County jury came to a decision after a week long trial of a civil lawsuit filed by the Estate of Thomas Haskell against Eastern Maine Medical Center and two of its
EMMC is pleased to welcome Jonas Gricius, MD, a board certified urologist with training in robotic surgery and a special interest in treating bladder and kidney cancer and kidney stones. Dr. Gricius earned his medical degree from Vilnius University Medical
(Bangor, Maine) – Doctors are there for patients and families in their greatest times of need, helping people recover from illness, bringing new life into the world, and facilitating end of life care with dignity and respect. On March 31,
Visitors to Eastern Maine Medical Center’s State Street campus can now travel back in time, viewing photos and facts from more than 120 years of caring for patients, families, communities, and one another. In recognition of the rich history that
Bangor, Maine – Lower reimbursement from government payors, an increase in free care and bad debt, and lower than expected volume in some service areas are contributing to a significant financial shortfall at Eastern Maine Medical Center.“We’re five months into
Shoulder pain is a common medical problem, but according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, there is good news for people who suffer with this malady 90 percent of patients who seek help for shoulder pain find relief with
Watch a video demonstration.Bangor, Maine On Wednesday, EMMC achieved another surgical milestone, becoming the first hospital in Maine to perform a single site, robotic assisted hysterectomy. Pamela Gilmore, MD, the doctor who performed the minimally invasive procedure, notes that while
EMMC regularly welcomes new healthcare providers to expand the community’s access to needed specialty care services. The newest additions to our team specialize in neurosurgery and spine, obstetrics and gynecology, and cardiology. Please join us in welcoming three new providers

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EMHS
43 Whiting Hill Rd
Brewer, ME 04412

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