Providing World Class Cancer Care Close to Home

The best care at the right place at the right time, as close to home as possible. That is our highly integrated cancer care delivery model.

The MaineHealth Cancer Care Network is an innovative collaboration between MaineHealth hospitals delivering comprehensive, patient-centered care to patients in Maine and Mt. Washington Valley, New Hampshire.

Launched in 2017 in part with a $10 million grant from The Harold Alfond® Foundation, this integrated cancer care delivery model connects patients to world-class, coordinated cancer treatment. 

Through the MaineHealth Cancer Care Network, our health network and expert providers work together to address cancer incidence and mortality in Maine. Together we have adopted strategies and guidelines to better serve the MaineHealth community.

Network Partnerships

The MaineHealth Cancer Care Network’s delivery model was developed with a goal of providing the right care in the right location as close to home as possible.

  • Tertiary cancer services are provided at Maine Medical Center.
  • Intermediate and basic cancer services are provided through MaineHealth network hospitals and clinical settings.

Nationally Recognized for Quality

MaineHealth network hospitals have been honored for a commitment to providing quality cancer care by the following organizations:    

  • Commission on Cancer (CoC) Accreditation: Maine Medical Center, Southern Maine Health Care, Pen Bay Medical Center, St. Mary’s Health System, Mid Coast-Parkview Health and MaineGeneral.
  • Commission on Cancer National Accreditation Program for Breast Cancer: Maine Medical Center, Southern Maine Health Care, St. Mary’s Health System.
  • American College of Radiology (ACR) Accreditation: Maine Medical Center

MaineHealth Cancer Care Network

Visit this page to view an interactive map of where MaineHealth cancer services can be found.

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MaineHealth Announces Retirement of Chief Financial Officer Al Swallow

MaineHealth today announced that Chief Financial Officer Albert G. Swallow III will retire in early 2025.

Memorial Hospital Therapy Team honored by Commission on Aging

Bartlett’s Marion Owen has been named New Hampshire’s Senior Adult Volunteer of the Year for Carroll County. A small canine played a large role in the achievement and accepted the award with her.

Maine Medical Center Scheduled to Open Malone Family Tower on June 9

The eight-story cardiac and cardiovascular care tower expands Maine Medical Center’s capacity to provide specialized, high-quality care.

Pen Bay, Waldo Care Team Members Honored with Awards

Eight care team members from Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital were recently honored with employee awards during ceremonies held on the hospital campuses.