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The strength of a system.

LincolnHealth is part of the MaineHealth system, which includes community hospitals, physician practices, home health and labs.

About Us

Our Mission: To ensure access to high-quality, patient-centered and affordable care.

Our Vision: Working together so our communities are the healthiest in America, LincolnHealth will ensure a trusted environment of health and wellness . . .

  • Where the community first seeks care and services, and
  • Where employees want to work and providers want to practice.

We're Better Together

With campuses in the coastal communities of Boothbay Harbor and Damariscotta, Maine, LincolnHealth is a full-service healthcare system with more than 1,000 full and part-time employees. LincolnHealth is the largest employer in Lincoln County.

LincolnHealth – Miles Campus

In the Damariscotta area, the LincolnHealth – Miles Campus includes a 25-bed community hospital; Lincoln Medical Partners, a multi-specialty physician practice; Cove’s Edge, a skilled rehabilitation and long-term care facility; and Chase Point, an assisted living facility which includes Riverside, a residence for people living with Alzheimer’s and related dementia. The Miles campus is also home to Schooner Cove, an independent retirement community.

LincolnHealth – St. Andrews Campus

In Boothbay Harbor, the LincolnHealth – St. Andrews Campus provides Urgent Care, a Wound Care Center and outpatient hospital services. Also located on the campus is the Lincoln Medical Partners Family Care Center and the Coulombe Center for Health Improvement. St. Andrews Village provides independent living, skilled rehabilitation, assisted living, Safe Havens Memory Care, and long-term nursing care. 

LincolnHealth Annual Report

View or print our 2020 Annual Report.

The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses

Want to say thank you to your nurse? Share your story!

The DAISY Award is an international recognition program that honors and celebrates the skillful, compassionate care nurses provide every day. The DAISY Foundation was established by the family of J. Patrick Barnes after he died from complications of the auto-immune disease ITP in 1999. During his hospitalization, they deeply appreciated the care and compassion shown to Patrick and his entire family. When he died, they felt compelled to say “thank you” to nurses in a very public way. Please say thank you by sharing your story of how a nurse made a difference you will never forget!

Daisy Award Nomination Form