Privacy Practices

Effective Date: June 1, 2006

EASTERN MAINE HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS (EMHS)  NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES THIS NOTICE DESCRIBES HOW MEDICAL INFORMATION ABOUT YOU MAY BE USED AND DISCLOSED AND HOW YOU CAN GET ACCESS TO THIS INFORMATION.  PLEASE REVIEW THIS NOTICE  CAREFULLY.

This notice serves as a Joint Notice of Privacy Practices for the hospitals and other healthcare providers affiliated with EMHS.  This Notice will be followed at all of our service delivery sites and in the provision of telemedicine services.  A complete listing of our hospital locations and other service delivery sites (referred to below as “we” or “our”), along with a contact person for each location/delivery site, is included at the end of this Notice.

We are committed to protecting the privacy and confidentiality of your health information, and we are required by law to do so. When you need health care, you give information about yourself and your health to doctors, nurses, and other health care workers and staff.  This information, along with the record of the care you receive, is called “health information” or “protected health information”. We use your protected health information within EMHS, and share your protected health information outside of EMHS, when necessary to provide you with medical care, to obtain payment for services provided to you, and to support the day-to-day operations of our facilities, all as described in more detail below.   This Notice is being given to you because federal law gives you the right to be told ahead of time about:

  1. How, when and why we may use and disclose your protected health information;
  2. Our legal duties with regard to your protected health information; and
  3. Your rights with regards to your protected health information.

 

Please note that treatment provided at Acadia Hospital/Acadia Healthcare and certain other designated substance abuse/mental health programs within EMHS may be subject to additional privacy and confidentiality protections, as noted in italics throughout this Notice.

COPIES OF THE NOTICE
A current copy of this Notice is posted in the lobbies of all of our service delivery sites.  You have the right to obtain a current copy of this Notice by calling us and requesting that one be sent to you in the mail, or by asking for one when you are at one of our service delivery sites. If this Notice has been changed since your last visit, we will make a current copy of the Notice available to you.  You may also obtain a current copy of this Notice by accessing our web site at www.emh.org.

WHO WILL FOLLOW THIS NOTICE
This Notice is a joint Notice for all of the hospitals and other healthcare providers affiliated with EMHS. Every EMHS-affiliate, along with the staff who work there, follows the terms of this Notice.  That specifically includes:

  1. All of our employees, volunteers, and students;
  2. All health care professionals who are authorized to enter information into your medical chart;
  3. All departments and units of all of our hospitals and other affiliates; and
  4. All of our employed physicians, as well as their practice sites.

This Notice does not address the privacy practices that your personal doctor may use in his or her private office, unless your doctor is employed by us.  If, however, your personal doctor treats you at one of our hospitals, he or she will follow this Notice with regard to protected health information received or created at our hospital.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE

We will ask you to sign an acknowledgment that you received this Notice (except in emergency situations).  The acknowledgement does not mean that you agree with our Notice, simply that you received it.  We will treat you whether or not you sign the acknowledgment, and we will use and disclose your protected health information as described in this Notice.

OUR DUTIES REGARDING YOUR PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION

We are required by law to do the following:

  1. Make sure that your protected health information is kept private;
  2. Give you this Notice to inform you of our legal duties and privacy practices related to the use and disclosure of your protected health information;
  3. Follow the terms of this Notice; and
  4. Inform you of any changes to this Notice.

We reserve the right to change our privacy practices, and the terms of this Notice, at any time.  If we do make a material or significant change to this notice, we will provide the revised Notice to you.

 

A. HOW WE MAY USE OR DISCLOSE (SHARE) YOUR PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION

Listed below are some of the ways that we may use and disclose (share) your protected health information.  We do not need to ask you for your specific authorization to do the things listed in this section.

FOR YOUR TREATMENT   We will use and disclose your protected health information to provide, coordinate and manage your health care and related services. That may include consulting with other health care providers about your health care or referring you to another health care provider for treatment.  For example, we will disclose your protected health information to a specialist to whom you have been referred to ensure that the specialist has the necessary information he or she needs to diagnose and/or treat you.
Acadia Hospital/Acadia Healthcare and dedicated substance abuse/mental health programs will not release your protected health information to other EMHS affiliates or other healthcare providers in order to treat you without your written authorization, except in the case of an emergency in order to provide you with the treatment you require.  Acadia Hospital and Acadia Healthcare will share your protected health information with each other in order to treat you.
FOR APPOINTMENT REMINDERS We may use or disclose your protected health information in order to contact you to remind you of a scheduled appointment.
TO INFORM YOU OF TREATMENT ALTERNATIVES  We may use or disclose your protected health information to inform you about treatment alternatives.
TO INFORM YOU OF HEALTH RELATED BENEFITS AND SERVICES  We may use and disclose your protected health information to inform you about health related benefits and services that may be of interest to you.
FOR PAYMENT OF SERVICES YOU RECEIVE  We will use and disclose your protected health information to obtain payment for the health care we provide to you.  For example, prior to providing services, we may disclose to your insurance carrier the treatment you are about to receive to ensure that your insurance carrier will cover that treatment.  We also may disclose to your insurance carrier, after the fact, the treatment you did receive to ensure that we are paid or that you are reimbursed for the cost of your treatment.
Acadia Hospital/Acadia Healthcare and dedicated substance abuse/mental health programs will not use or disclose your protected health information to obtain payment for the healthcare we provide to you without your written authorization, except in certain limited circumstances.  Acadia Hospital and Acadia Healthcare will share your protected health information with each other in order to obtain payment for services provided to you.
FOR OUR HEALTH CARE OPERATIONS We may use or disclose your protected health information in order to improve the quality of care we provide to patients and to improve how we run our facilities. For example, we may use or disclose your protected health information in order to perform quality assessment and improvement activities, review the competence and qualifications of health care professionals, train students, and engage in business planning and development and other general administrative activities. 
We sometimes share your protected health information with outside parties who perform health care operations for us (for example, outside billing and transcription services).  These outside parties are called “business associates”, and they are required to protect the confidentiality of your health information as well.

B. OTHER USES AND DISCLOSURES

In this section we have listed other situations that occur less frequently where we also may use and disclose your protected health information without obtaining your specific authorization.

WHEN REQUIRED BY LAW  We may use or disclose your protected health information if a law or regulation requires us to do so.

FOR PUBLIC HEALTH ACTIVITIES We may disclose your protected health information to a public health authority or law enforcement official when required by law.  For example, we may disclose your protected health information in order to:

  1. Prevent a threat to the health and safety of yourself, the public or another person;
  2. Report vital events such as births or deaths;
  3. Notify a person who may have been exposed to a communicable disease or may be at risk for contracting or spreading a disease or condition;
  4. Report negative reactions to medications or medical products; and
  5. Notify the appropriate government authority if we believe a patient has been the victim of abuse, neglect, or domestic violence.

TO THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION We may disclose your protected health information to the Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) so that the FDA can track the quality, safety and effectiveness of FDA-regulated products. 
FOR HEALTH OVERSIGHT ACTIVITIES   We may disclose your protected health information to a government health oversight agency, such as the Board of Licensure in Medicine, the Department of Health and Human Services, or other agencies that oversee the Medicare and MaineCare programs.  These agencies may need your protected health information in order to conduct audits, investigations, inspections, licensure or disciplinary actions, or for other activities necessary for the oversight of the health care system, government benefit programs, compliance with regulatory standards and compliance with applicable civil rights laws.
FOR JUDICIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDINGS  We may disclose your protected health information in response to a court order or pursuant to some other lawful process.
FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT PURPOSES We may disclose your protected health information in response to a request from law enforcement officials, such as a request for:

  1. Information to identify or locate a victim, suspect, fugitive, material witness or missing person;
  2. Medical records pertaining to victims of a crime;
  3. Information regarding deaths caused by suspected criminal conduct; or
  4. Information regarding crimes that occurred at an EMHS location.

TO CORONERS, MEDICAL EXAMINERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS We may disclose your protected health information to a coroner or medical examiner in order to identify a deceased person or to determine a cause of death.  We also may disclose your protected health information to a funeral director in order to allow the funeral director to carry out his or her duties.
FOR ORGAN AND TISSUE DONATION   If you are an organ donor, we may disclose your protected health information to organizations involved in organ, eye and tissue donation and transplantation in the event you are near death or have died.
FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH  We may disclose your protected health information for research purposes, such as studying how well a particular type of treatment worked.  All research projects go through an approval process that includes putting in place protections on the confidentiality of your protected health information.  In most cases, these protections include obtaining your authorization.
TO THE MILITARY OR VA  If you are a member of the Armed Forces, we may disclose your protected health information as required by military command authorities or to the Department of Veterans Affairs.  If you are in a foreign military, we may also disclose your protected health information to the appropriate foreign military agency.
FOR NATIONAL SECURITY  We may disclose your protected health information to federal officials for intelligence and national security purposes, or for Presidential Protective Services.
IF YOU ARE AN INMATE  We may disclose your protected health information to a correctional institution or a law enforcement official in order to: (1) provide health care to you; (2) protect your health and safety and the health and safety of others; and (3) ensure the safety and security of the correctional institution.
FOR WORKERS’ COMPENSATION PURPOSES  We may disclose your protected health information to comply with workers’ compensation laws and other similar programs that provide benefits for work-related illnesses and injuries.
PARENTAL ACCESS  Some Maine laws concerning minors restrict, permit or require disclosure of protected health information to parents, guardians, and persons acting in a similar legal status.  We will act consistently with Maine law and only make disclosures in accordance with these laws.
C. USES AND DISCLOSURES YOU MAY LIMIT OR ASK NOT BE MADE AT ALL

In this section we have listed some situations where you have the opportunity to agree to, or object to, the use and disclosure of your protected health information.  Even if you give us authorization to use and disclose your protected health information in these situations, you always have the right to revoke that authorization.
PATIENT DIRECTORY   To help family members and other visitors locate you while you are in the hospital, our hospitals maintain patient directories.  The directories may include your name, location, general condition and religious affiliation, if any.  Your location (room number or department) will be disclosed to people who ask for you by name.  Clergy will have access to your name and religious affiliation.  You have the option not to be listed in the directory at all. Simply let us know if you do not want to be listed in the patient directory.  

Acadia Hospital/Acadia Healthcare and dedicated substance abuse/mental health programs do not have a patient directory.  Acadia Hospital and dedicated substance abuse/mental health programs will only release information about your status as a patient with your written authorization.

TO FAMILY MEMBERS AND OTHERS INVOLVED IN YOUR CARE  We may disclose protected health information to a family member or friend who is involved in your health care or who helps pay for your health care.  In addition, we may disclose your protected health information to any agency assisting in disaster relief efforts so that your family can be notified of your condition and location.  If you do not want us to share your protected health information with family members or others, please let us know.

Acadia Hospital/Acadia Healthcare and dedicated substance abuse/mental health programs  will not release any information to family, friends, or others involved in your health care or who help pay for your healthcare without your written authorization.

If you are in an emergency situation and not able to make your wishes known, or if we cannot determine your wishes due to a communication barrier, we will use our best judgment to decide whether to use or disclose your protected health information.

D. USES AND DISCLOSURES THAT REQUIRE YOUR AUTHORIZATION
For situations that are not generally described above, we will ask for your written authorization before we use or disclose your protected health information. You have the right to revoke your authorization at any time, except to the extent that we have already used or disclosed your protected health information in reliance on your previous authorization.
Certain types of protected health information have additional confidentiality protections under state and federal law. Examples include protected health information regarding HIV/AIDS and information held by dedicated mental health and substance abuse treatment programs. In many situations involving protected health information related to HIV/AIDS and information held by dedicated mental health and substance abuse treatment programs, we must have your written authorization to use or disclose that information.   One exception is in the case of an emergency, in order to provide you with the treatment you require.
E. YOUR RIGHTS REGARDING YOUR PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION
This section of the Notice describes your rights regarding your protected health information and how you can exercise those rights.
RIGHT TO REQUEST RESTRICTIONS   You may ask us not to use or disclose your protected health information for your treatment, payment for your care, or our health care operations. In your request, you must tell us: 1) what information you want restricted; 2) whether you want to restrict our use, disclosure, or both; 3) to whom you want the restriction to apply; and 4) a date the restriction ends.  We will not ask you why you are requesting the restriction.
Please note that we are not required to agree to your request.   If we do agree, we will not use or disclose your protected health information in violation of the restriction unless it is necessary to do so in order to provide you with emergency treatment.  In addition, any restriction we agree to will not prevent us from using or disclosing your protected health information when we are legally required to do so.  You may revoke a previously agreed upon restriction at any time.
RIGHT TO REQUEST CONFIDENTIAL COMMUNICATIONS   You may request that we communicate with you about your protected health information in a certain way or only at a certain location.  For example, you may ask us not to call your house, or to contact you only on your cell phone or by mail.  We will not ask you the reason for your request.   We will accommodate reasonable requests whenever possible.
RIGHT TO INSPECT AND COPY   You have the right to inspect and obtain a copy of your own protected health information.  The records you may view and get copies of include medical and billing records and any other records that we use to make decisions about your health care. 
If you wish to inspect or obtain a copy of your protected health information, please send a written request to the contact person identified at the end of this Notice who is affiliated with the service delivery site where you received services.  If you are unsure where to send your request, please call any of the contact persons at the end of this Notice for assistance.  If you request a copy of your protected health information, we may charge you a fee to cover the cost of copying and mailing the information.
We may deny your request to inspect and to obtain a copy of your own protected health information in certain limited circumstances.  For example, your right to inspect and to obtain a copy of your own protected health information may be limited if providing the information to you could endanger your health and safety or the health and safety of others.
RIGHT TO AMEND You have the right to submit a correction or clarification to your protected health information if you believe that the information we have about you is incorrect or incomplete.  You must inform us in writing of the correction or clarification.  To submit a correction or clarification, please send your written request to the contact person identified at the end of this Notice who is affiliated with the service delivery site where you received services.   If you are unsure where to send your request, please call any of the contact persons at the end of this Notice for assistance.   We may add a written response to your amendment, and if we do so, we will provide you a copy.
RIGHT TO AN ACCOUNTING OF DISCLOSURES 
You have the right to request and to receive an “accounting of disclosures”.  This accounting is a list of the times we disclosed (shared) your protected health information.  This list will not include disclosures that were made for your treatment, for payment of your health care, for our health care operations, disclosures to you or disclosures that were made with your written authorization.  Your right to receive this list is subject to additional exceptions, restrictions and limitations.  To request an accounting of disclosures please send your written request to the contact person identified at the end of this Notice who is affiliated with the service delivery site where you received services.  If you are unsure where to send your request, please call any of the contact persons at the end of this Notice for assistance.
RIGHT TO OBTAIN A COPY OF THIS NOTICE You have the right to request and receive a paper copy of this Notice from us at any time.  Just ask for a copy of this Notice at any of our service delivery sites. This Notice is also available at, and may be downloaded and printed from, our website at www.emh.org.
COMPLAINTS
If you believe that your privacy rights have been violated, you may file a complaint with us or with the Secretary of the United States Department of Health and Human Services at the following address:  JFK Building, Room 1875, Boston, MA  02203; phone (617)565-1340 or (617)565-1343 (TDD).  To file a complaint with us, please write to the contact person identified at the end of this Notice who is affiliated with the facility where you received services.  You may contact us for further information about the complaint process or for any other questions you have about this Notice. WE WILL NOT RETALIATE AGAINST YOU FOR FILING A COMPLAINT.

If you have any questions or wish to receive additional information about the matters covered by this Notice of Privacy Practices, please call or write to the contact personidentifiedat the end of this Notice who is affiliated with the facility where you received services.
The effective date of this Notice of Privacy Practices is set forth here and on the first page of this Notice in the upper right corner.  This Notice is effective in its entirety as of June 1, 2006.

EMHS HOSPITAL LOCATIONS AND SERVICE DELIVERY SITES, ALONG WITH CONTACT PERSONS AND THEIR TELEPHONE NUMBERS:

The Acadia Hospital and Acadia Healthcare
Contact for all locations:  E. Byram, Compliance Officer
268 Stillwater Avenue, Bangor, ME 04401, (207)973-6052, ebyram@emh.org


The Acadia Hospital and Acadia Healthcare
268 Stillwater Ave
Bangor, ME  04401

Acadia Recovery Community
179 Indiana Ave
Bangor, ME 04401

Acadia Hospital Blue Hill Clinic
P.O. Box 309
65 Water Street
Blue Hill, ME 04614

Acadia Hospital Bucksport Clinic
Bucksport Family Medicine
58 Main Street
Bucksport, ME  04416
(207) 973-6052
Mailing address:
PO Box 309
Blue Hill, ME  04416

Acadia Hospital Pittsfield Clinic
Pittsfield Professional Ctr. 
P.O. Box 656, S. Main St.
Pittsfield, ME 04967

 

AFFILIATED LABORATORY, INC.
Contact for all locations:  K. Clements, (207) 973-6962 or (800) 639-3309


Affiliated Laboratory, Inc.
EMMC Webber Building
417 State St.
Bangor, ME 04401

Affiliated Laboratory, Inc.
1250 Forest Ave.
Portland, ME 04103
1-800-639-3309

Affiliated Laboratory, Inc.
EMH Mall
925 Union Street
Bangor, ME 04401

Affiliated Laboratory, Inc.
69 Allen Street, Ste. 7
Rutland, VT 05701
1-800- 639-3309

Affiliated Laboratory, Inc.
11123 US Route 1
Scarborough, ME  04074

 

 
 
 
 
APS

Contact for all locations:  D. Wilson, (207) 973-6684

APS-Airline Pharmacy
405 North Main Street
Brewer, ME  04412

APS-Riverside Pharmacy
431 State Street
Bangor, ME  04401

APS-Westgate Pharmacy
915 Union Street, Suite 7
Bangor, ME  04401

 

The Aroostook Medical Center (TAMC)
Contact for all locations:  Manager of Health Information Services,
(207) 768-4185


The Aroostook Medical Center (TAMC)
Services
PO Box 151
Presque Isle, ME  04769

Crown Ambulance
The Aroostook Medical Center
140 Academy Street
Presque Isle, ME  04769

Crown Ambulance
Aroostook Health Center
18 Highland Avenue
Mars Hill, ME  04769

Crown Ambulance
Community General Hospital
23 Green Street
Fort Fairfield, ME  04769

Horizons Regional Health Centers:

 

Aroostook Family Practice
146 Academy Street,
Presque Isle, ME 04736

Ashland Health Center
33 Walker Street
Ashland, Maine 04732

Caribou Health Center
182 Bennett Drive
Caribou, ME 04736

Central Aroostook Health Center
106 Main Street
Mars Hill, Maine 04758

Fort Fairfield Health Center
23 High Street
Fort Fairfield, Maine 04742

Limestone Health Center
87 Access Highway
Limestone, Maine 04750

Madawaska Regional Health Center
188 Main Street
Madawaska, ME 04756

Presque Isle Health Center
19 North Street
Presque Isle, Maine 04769

Washburn Regional Health Center
1260 Main Street
Washburn, ME 04786

 

 

 

 

 

Blue Hill Memorial Hospital (BHMH)
Contact for all locations:  Privacy Official, (207) 374-3413


Blue Hill Memorial Hospital (BHMH)
43 Water Street
Blue Hill, ME  04614

Blue Hill Family Medicine
65 Water Street
Blue Hill, ME  04614

Blue Hill Women's Health
65 Water Street          
Blue Hill, ME  04614

Bucksport Family Medicine
58 Main Street
Bucksport, ME  04416

Castine Community Health Services
102 Court Street
Castine, ME  04421

Island Family Medicine
354 Airport Road
Stonington, ME  04681

Charles A. Dean Memorial Hospital and Nursing Home (CAD)
Contact for all locations:  C.A. Dean Privacy Officer (207) 695-5200


Charles A. Dean Memorial Hospital and Nursing Home (CAD)
364 Pritham Avenue
P. O. Box 1129
Greenville, ME  04441

Northwoods Healthcare
364 Pritham Avenue
Greenville, ME 04441

Northwoods Healthcare
7 Greenville Road
Monson, ME 04464

Northwoods Healthcare
3 Park Street
Guilford, ME 04443

Eastern Maine Medical Center
Contact for all locations:  J. Berkel, Compliance/Privacy Officer
PO Box 404, 489 State Street, Bangor, Maine 04401, (207)973-8551 or jberkel@emh.org


Eastern Maine Medical Center (EMMC)
489 State Street
PO Box 404
Bangor, ME  04401

Husson Family Medicine
302 Husson Avenue, Ste 2
Bangor, Maine  04401

Sleep Center of Maine
290 State Street
Bangor, Maine 04401

Husson Internal Medicine
302 Husson Avenue, Ste 1
Bangor, Maine  04401

Lincoln Lake Region Dialysis
250 Enfield Road
Lincoln, Maine 04457

Norumbega Evergreen Woods
650 Evergreen Woods
Bangor, Maine 04401

Ellsworth Dialysis
11 Short Street
Ellsworth, Maine 04605

Norumbega Pediatrics
302 Husson Avenue, Ste 3
Bangor, Maine 04401

Neuropsychology of Maine
824 Stillwater Avenue, Ste B
Bangor, ME 04401

Norumbega Orono Family Medicine
84 Kelly Rd.
Orono, Maine 04473

Brewer Norumbega
234 State Street
Brewer, Maine 04412

Pediatric Gastroenterology of Maine
404 State Street, Ste 310
Bangor, ME  04401

Pediatric Surgery of Maine
404 State Street, Ste 310
Bangor, ME  04401

 
   

Eastern Maine Healthcare Mall

Union Street

Bangor, ME  04401

(207) 973-8551
Services at this location include:
Retina Associates of Maine
Eye Center of Eastern Maine
Diabetes, Endocrine and Nutrition Center
Diabetes and Endocrine Specialists of Maine
Center for Family Medicine
Walk-In Care
Maine Rehabilitation Center - PT, OT, Speech
Maine Rehabilitation Center - Physiatry Practice
Otolaryngology of Maine
Screening Mammography Center
Medical Imaging/X-Ray
PET Center of Maine
EMMC MRI
Surgical Endoscopy of Maine

Physician Practices in Webber Buildings

417 State Street

Bangor, ME  04401

(207) 973-8551
Services at this location include:
Cancer Care of Maine
Infectious Disease Professional Service
Pediatric Specialty Clinics
Women’s Health Care of Maine
Surgery and Trauma Specialists of Maine
Thoracic Surgery
Medical Imaging/X-Ray
Cardiovascular Surgery of Maine
Pediatric Orthopaedic Clinic
of Maine

 

 

EASTERN MAINE HOMECARE
Contact for all locations:  L. Adams, Privacy Officer (207) 498-2578


Eastern Maine HomeCare
PO Box 688
Caribou, ME 04736

DBA: Hancock County HomeCare
PO Box 156
Blue Hill, ME 04614-0156

DBA: Bangor Area Visiting Nurses
85 Union Street
Suite 220
Bangor, Maine 04401

DBA: Sebasticook Valley HomeCare
49 Main Street
Pittsfield, ME 04967

DBA: Inland HomeCare
Attention:  Lynn Adams, Privacy Officer
200 Kennedy Memorial Drive
Waterville, ME 04901

DBA: Visiting Nurses of Aroostook
Attention:  Lynn Adams, Privacy Officer
PO Box 688
Caribou, ME 04736

INLAND HOSPITAL
Contact for all locations except Lakewood Continuing Care Center Privacy Officer and/or Corporate Compliance Officer (207) 861-3000


Inland Hospital (Inland)
200 Kennedy Memorial Drive
Waterville, ME  04901

Madison Family Practice
344 Lakewood Rd
Madison, ME 04976

New Horizons Health Care Center
80 Main Street
Unity, ME 04988

K & C Quint Memorial Health Center
167 Main Street
N. Anson, ME 04958

Waterville Surgical Associates
180 Kennedy Memorial Drive
Waterville, ME 04901

Lakewood Continuing Care Center
Attention: Rose Blanchette, Administrator
220 Kennedy Memorial Drive
Waterville, ME 04901
(207) 873-5125

Meridian Mobile Health/Capital

Attention:  Chuck McMahan, Privacy Officer
PO Box 940
Bangor, ME  04402
207-973-4705

Rosscare’s Center for Healthy Aging

Attention:  Privacy Officer
PO Box 404 (EMH Mall)
Bangor, ME  04402-0404
(207) 973-7893

Sebasticook Valley Hospital (SVH)
Contact for all locations Director of Health Information
Management and Performance Improvement (207) 487-5141 ext 226


Sebasticook Valley Hospital
99 Grove Street
Pittsfield, ME 04967

Sebasticook Valley Hospital
STEP Center
21 Leighton Street
Pittsfield, ME  04967

Sebasticook Valley Hospital
Sleep Center of Maine
18 Leighton Street
Pittsfield, ME 04967

Sebasticook Regional Walk-In Care
1309 Main Street, Unit #1
Clinton, ME  04927

Somerset Surgical Associates
72 North Road
Detroit, ME  04929

Eastern Maine Urology Services
72 North Road
Detroit, ME 04929

Sebasticook Valley Hospital Rehabilitation Services
118 Moosehead Trail, Suite #4
Newport, ME 04953

 

Revised 04/24/07