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Western Maine Mountain Clinic

Providing Care at the Base of Sunday River

15 Southridge Road
Newry, Maine 04261
207-824-4900

The Western Maine Mountain Clinic allows you to be prepared for the unexpected during your Sunday River ski trip! Located next to the South Ridge Base Lodge on the lower level next to the ski patrol, we are available to treat a variety of urgent care conditions including:

  • Sore throats
  • Aches and pains
  • Ear infections
  • Lacerations
  • Sprains
  • Fractures
  • We also offer prescriptions for antibiotics and other medications, splints and crutches, and access to PACE Paramedic Service.

Our staff of highly qualified nurse practitioners, physician assistants, registered nurses and radiological technologists are managed by James Gallea, MD. Dr. Gallea is an experienced Emergency Medicine physician. The clinic's team of professionals have years of experience in urgent care services and are supported by orthopedic surgeons and other specialty physicians on call to provide advice and care as needed. If you require further medical attention, our staff will gladly refer you to Stephens Memorial Hospital, which is the closest full-service hospital to the mountain clinic, or to another facility of your choice.

We accept many forms of payment including cash, check, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover and Medicare. As a seasonal clinic we are unable to directly bill insurance providers, but we provide all of the paperwork necessary for insurance reimbursement.

Location and Contact Information

The Western Maine Mountain Clinic is located at the base of Sunday River Ski Resort. Open during the regular season schedule - Open 7 Days a Week. To reach the Western Maine Mountain Clinic during their open hours, call 207-824-4900. After hours please call the Emergency Services Department at Stephens Memorial Hospital at 207-743-5933 x 6687.

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