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Did you know that many answers to your questions can be found on our website? Please take a look to see if your questions have already been answered.

If you have a medical question, please contact your primary care provider. If you do not have one, please view our list of providers currently accepting new patients.

You can also contact us:

By Phone

207-301-8000

Whether it’s a concern with billing, a need for directions or a patient complaint, our switchboard team is well-versed in getting you where you need to go.

If you get voicemail when transferred, please leave a message and share why you are calling.

It is our goal to get back to you as quickly as possible, but it may take several days. We appreciate your patience.

Please contact your provider’s office directly to reschedule an appointment.

By Mail

Please feel free to write us a letter and send it to:

Pen Bay Medical Center
6 Glen Cove Drive
Rockport, ME 04856

Hospital & Facilities

Please visit our hospital and facilities page for a list of locations and phone numbers. 

Latest News

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Pen Bay Medical Center Adjusts COVID Testing Hours
The testing center, located at 731 Commercial St. in Rockport, will be open from 8 to 10 am, Monday through Friday.
MaineHealth Awarded $1.2 Million Federal Grant for Statewide Overdose Prevention
Project DHARMA is a collaboration between MaineHealth and several other organizations across the state to prevent overdoses and infections through harm reduction programs.
Pen Bay Medical Center is nationally recognized for its commitment to providing high-quality AFib care
The American Heart Association presents the Get With The Guidelines - AFIB Gold award for proven dedication to ensuring all AFib patients have access to best practices and life-saving care
Emotional Message by MMC ICU Nurses Earns MaineHealth Videographer a Regional Emmy® Award
Videographer Charlie Berg won in the category of health/medical-short form content for the story entitled, ‘Inside View of Maine Medical Center ICU Nurses Caring for Unvaccinated COVID-19 Patients.’