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Pharmacy

The pharmacy team at Waldo County General Hospital utilizes state of the art electronic technology in both the inpatient and outpatient setting to promote excellence in patient management and progressive medication therapy. Our pharmacy team supports all clinical teams at all WCGH facilities.

WCGH pharmacy is not a registered retail pharmacy, however we have formed a contractual agreement with Maine Medical Center pharmacy to help provide specialty pharmaceuticals to our patients. By presenting these prescriptions at the MMC pharmacy, the patient can remain within the Maine Health network and thus maintain the continuity of care that is vital to improving patient outcomes. In addition, WCGH patients are welcome to bring their non-specialty prescriptions to the Pen Bay Medical Center outpatient pharmacy in Rockport, where they are eligible for a 20% off co-pays if they carry WCGH health insurance.

Contact us

Waldo County General Hospital: 207-338-2500

Pen Bay Medical Center Pharmacy: 207-301-8585

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MaineHealth Opens COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics In Knox and Waldo Counties
Operated jointly by Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital, the clinics in Belfast and Rockport allow for easy registration and a smooth flow of patients through initial screening to registration to vaccination.
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.
MaineHealth Administers First Doses of COVID-19 Vaccine to Front-line Caregivers
Hours after the arrival of the Pfizer vaccine at its hospitals, MaineHealth began inoculating team members who provide direct care to patients infected with the novel coronavirus.
MaineHealth Establishes Plan for Inoculating Front-line Care Givers Following State Plan for Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccines
The health system expects to be able to vaccinate all its front-line care team members following the delivery of a second allotment that is expected to include both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.