Maine Medical Center in Portland received a Top Teaching Hospital distinction and Mid Coast Hospital in Brunswick received a Top General Hospital award for quality and safety.
About Maine Medical Center
Maine Medical Center (MMC), recognized as a Best Regional Hospital by U.S. News and World Report for 2022-2023, is a complete health care resource for the people of Greater Portland and the entire state, as well as northern New England. Incorporated in 1868, MMC is the state’s largest medical center, licensed for 700 beds and employing more than 9,600 people. MMC's unique role as both a community hospital and a referral center requires an unparalleled depth and breadth of services, including an active educational program and a world-class biomedical research center. As a nonprofit institution, Maine Medical Center provides nearly 23 percent of all the charity care delivered in Maine. MMC is part of the MaineHealth system, a growing family of health care services in northern New England. For more information, visit www.mmc.org.
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Crewse, CEO of the University of Mississippi Medical Center, will oversee Maine Medical Center in Portland and Southern Maine Health Care in Biddeford and Sanford. He begins in January, 2024
Learn about impacts to MaineHealth locations due to recent events in Lewiston, Maine.
On Oct. 25, Central Maine Medical Center (CMMC) transferred one patient injured in the Lewiston shootings to Maine Medical Center (MMC). That patient has since been discharged. No other MaineHealth hospitals received patients from CMMC.
Out of an abundance of caution, MMC and other MaineHealth hospitals have closed their campuses to non-hospital personnel and non-patients until further notice.
Maine Medical Center is among just 10 percent of hospitals to receive the top quality rating from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
U.S. News & World Report has named Maine Medical Center (MMC) as the top hospital in Maine for 2023-2024. This is the 11th straight year U.S. News has named MMC “Best Regional Hospital.” U.S. News also rated MMC as “high performing” in 13 common procedures and conditions as well as in the specialty of Urology.
MMC is the first hospital in Maine to be recognized at the highest level, Pediatric Innovator, for its commitment to caring for pediatric patients experiencing medical and traumatic emergencies.
Maine Behavioral Healthcare (MBH) today announced the appointment of James Wolak, MD as Vice President of Medical Affairs, Intensive Services.
The event provides an opportunity for MMC nurses to build on their foundation of nursing excellence through a focused discussion on the fundamentals of nursing care.