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Home Health Cancer Care Services

The MaineHealth Cancer Care Network offers home health care services from the following hospitals. Please click on the link for care closest to your home or at the hospital you have received care.  

MaineHealth

MaineHealth Care at Home has a dedicated team of nurses, rehabilitative therapists, speech language pathologists, social workers, nutritional counselors, and home health aides serve patients of all ages in towns throughout Southern Maine and the MidCoast region.  

MaineGeneral Health

MaineGeneral HomeCare has an expertly trained team of professionals to help with things such as rehabilitating from a recent surgery, learning to manage a new diagnosis, or managing a long-term illness or disabling injury.

Mid-Coast-Parkview Health

CHANS Home Health is a full service non-profit, Joint Commission Accredited agency providing skilled home health, hospice, private duty care services and an array of community based wellness clinics and support services in Mid Coast Maine. Part of Mid Coast–Parkview Health, CHANS has been providing home health and wellness services in our community since 1947.

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MaineHealth taps Boston Children’s physician with strong information technology background to lead its IT department
Daniel J. Nigrin, MD, is a pediatric endocrinologist who was drawn to the important role that technology plays in delivering world-class health care.
Southern Maine Health Care and Maine Behavioral Healthcare open new behavioral health units in Sanford
The project triples the number of short-stay behavioral health beds in York County.
MMCRI Joins National COVID Data Research Collaborative
The National COVID Cohort Collaborative gives scientists access to de-identified data from COVID patients around the country, speeding up the research process.