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Home Care and Hospice

In May 2016, three leaders in home health care — HomeHealth Visiting Nurses, Kno-Wal-Lin Home Care & Hospice and Waldo County Home Health and Hospice — joined together to form MaineHealth Care At Home.

This new partnership aligns expert resources, leading-edge technology, and advanced clinical skills to deliver the best in home health care to patients and families throughout southern Maine and Midcoast Maine.

To learn more about Hospice Volunteers of Waldo County, please visit their website. 

Palliative Care

Please visit our Palliative Care page for more information.

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MaineHealth reminds community: ED, Walk-In Centers and Clinics do not perform confirmatory COVID-19 tests
Community members who test positive for COVID-19 with at-home tests should follow CDC guidelines for isolation and should not come to the emergency department, urgent care or walk-in clinics for confirmatory testing.
MaineHealth Innovation Announces First Recipients of its $100,000 Bonfire Fund
Two groups of MaineHealth care team members will split the inaugural fund to advance their innovations: A robotic clot retriever and a portable negative pressure isolation tent
MaineHealth Providers Stretched to the Limit by Surging COVID-19 Hospitalizations
As the Delta variant spreads through the ranks of the unvaccinated, the region’s largest health care system says its hospitals are full, and patients can expect long waits for inpatient care and even clinic-based services.
Pen Bay Medical Center & Waldo County General Hospital Recognized for Tobacco-Free Achievements
PBMC and WCGH have earned platinum level recognition from the annual Gold Star Standards of Excellence Program for their commitment to addressing tobacco use and secondhand smoke exposure.