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Telehealth

MaineHealth Telehealth aims be an innovative hub for patient-centered healthcare delivery. Telehealth improves access to high-quality and affordable healthcare close-to-home by integrating advanced telemedicine technology into patient care models:

  • Virtual Visits: Patients and providers see and talk to each from a mobile device or computer
  • Home Monitoring: Patient’s vital signs and activity levels are monitored and recorded by providers
  • eConsults: Provider to provider consults from within EPIC
  • Project ECHO: Connects providers via video conference to build capacity and share best practices

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Memorial Hospital Changing COVID-19 Vaccine Schedule to One Day per Week and Closing COVID-19 Testing Center
With declines in vaccinations and COVID-19 testing, Memorial Hospital plans to reduce hours at its COVID-19 vaccine clinic and limit COVID-19 testing to only those with symptoms and as part of a visit to the emergency department or walk-in clinic.
Memorial Hospital and Settlers Green Join for June 26 Vaccine Event
Memorial Hospital will hold a COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Settlers Green in North Conway on Saturday, June 26.
Southern Maine Health Care Eases Visitation Restrictions, Transitions COVID Vaccines to Primary Care Offices
As Maine’s vaccination rate continues to climb and cases of COVID-19 continue to drop, Southern Maine Health Care (SMHC) will ease visitation restrictions made during the pandemic to allow for more visitors, effective June 23. Masking and social distancing will still be required for all visitors.
Maine Medical Center Eases Restrictions on Visitation of Non-COVID Patients
MMC will return to its pre-pandemic visitor policy, with some exceptions, effective Wednesday, June 23.