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Gift Shop and Boutique

The Gift Shop

The Gift Shop is located next to the coffee shop on the Ground Floor near the South Entrance, and offers candy, magazines, toiletries, and gifts. It is open from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday - Saturday. The Coffee and Gift shops are operated by the Women's Board at Maine Medical Center. For more information please call (207) 662-2508.

The Boutique

The Boutique offers everything new mothers need and want during their stay at The Family Birth Center. Located next to the Gift Shop on the Ground Floor near the South Entrance, the Boutique offers gifts for parents, siblings, new baby, and many other special family members! Unique and specialty items are available as well as all the must-haves for caring for a new addition. Breastfeeding supplies including Medela pumps are available for purchase or to rent. We also offer nursing bra fittings by trained fitters.  

Staffed by Maine Medical Center employees and a dedicated group of volunteers, the Boutique is owned and operated by the Women's Board at Maine Medical Center. The Boutique is open Monday - Saturday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. For more information or to place a phone order call (207) 662-5185.

Gift Shop

The Gift Shop is located next to the coffee shop on the Ground Floor near the South Entrance.

Hours of Operation:
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday - Saturday.
To contact the gift shop, please call (207)-662-2508.

Boutique

The Boutique is located on the Ground Floor near the South Entrance.

Hours of Operation:
9:00AM - 5:00 PM, Monday - Saturday
For more information please call (207) 662-5185.

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