Northern Maine Medical Center

Care you count on. People you trust.

Our Facility

The Mission of Northern Maine Medical Center is to provide, coordinate, or support access to high quality, affordable health care and to positively impact our communities' quality of life by improving health status.We coordinate and support access to high quality health care that impacts each person’s quality of life by improving health status through services and programs related to the provision of health promotion, maintenance and care.

Orthopedic Services

Our full orthopedic services provide general orthopedic services as well as knee and hip replacement, sports medicine and the management of fractures.

Obstetrics

Our Obstetrics Department is dedicated to serving the needs of mothers, babies, and their families! We provide services to pregnant and birthing mothers as well as nursery and postpartum care. We have two birthing rooms and a whirlpool tub for laboring. We also have three postpartum rooms, two of which have queen size beds to accommodate fathers who wish to stay at the hospital. All rooms are private.We offer non-pharmacologic pain relief methods including the labor tub, birthing balls, music and movement.

Courtesy Home Visits

The Northern Maine Medical Center Healthcare team is dedicated to our patients and want to continue to exceed your expectations even after your discharge. It is our pleasure to offer you this free service. We want to assist you in understanding the things you are responsible for in managing your health and ensure you have a good understanding of the purpose for taking your medications and possible side effects. We want to continue to be here for you.

Diabetes Education

Northern Maine Medical Center's Diabetes Education Program is designed to assist the person with diabetes, and their family, in learning about the disease, its treatment and self-care. The program is a comprehensive outpatient diabetes education program in compliance with the Diabetes Prevention and Control Program accredited by the American Association of Diabetes Educators.

General Surgery

General surgery is the treatment of injury, deformity, and disease using operative procedures and is frequently performed to alleviate suffering when a cure is unlikely through medication alone. It can be used for routine procedures performed in a physician's office or for more complicated operations requiring a medical team in a hospital setting. Areas of the body treated by general surgery include, but is not limited to, the stomach, liver, intestines, appendix, breasts, thyroid gland, some arteries and veins and the skin. NMMC's experienced board certified surgeons offer endoscopic procedures, all surgical office procedures, major laparoscopic and open abdominal procedures, cesarean sections, as well as outpatient procedures.

Load More