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Inpatient Care

MaineHealth doctors and care teams are committed to giving our patients the best inpatient hospital care.

When a patient is admitted to a MaineHealth hospital, he or she can be confident of receiving experienced care paired with advanced technology for accurate diagnosis and the best treatment for his or her condition.

Inpatient care means you need to be admitted to the hospital. Your condition requires the technology and round-the-clock medical care that a hospital provides.

Understanding your hospital bill and hospital costs

If you know in advance you will need a hospital stay, ask the billing office at the hospital for a cost estimate.

Call your insurer to find out what will be covered and not covered.

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Belfast and Rockport COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics Announced
As part of the historic nationwide effort to inoculate millions of people against COVID-19, MaineHealth, which includes Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital, will open the area’s first COVID-19 vaccination clinics for the general public on January 27.
Scarborough Downs owners to retrofit former harness racing grandstand to create high-volume COVID-19 vaccination clinic
Crossroad Holdings will donate the facility to MaineHealth so it can be transformed into a clinic providing vaccinations to residents in Cumberland County and northern York County.
By Appointment COVID-19 Vaccination Begins Monday at the Boothbay Region YMCA
Individuals age 70 and up who have an appointment will be the first to be vaccinated at MaineHealth’s Community Vaccination Clinic in Boothbay on Monday, January 25.
MaineHealth Rolling out COVID-19 Vaccine for Mainers over 70 on a Limited Basis at its Local Health Systems
Vaccinations for Maine residents 70 and older will begin in earnest today in Farmington and Brunswick with other MaineHealth locations getting under way over the course of the next week.