Located on the Pen Bay Medical Center campus, the PBMC Health Center brings primary care and specialty services together in one location, including:
- Internal medicine
- Family medicine
- Speech & pediatric PT/OT
- Speech language pathology
- Ear, nose and throat services
When needed, MaineHealth specialists from the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital at Maine Medical Center meet with patients right here in Rockport, reducing the need for children with special health needs to travel to Portland.
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Pen Bay Family Medicine provides care to patients of all ages for both acute care and preventive medicine needs. We are a designated Patient Centered Medical Home and a department of Pen Bay Medical Center in Rockport.
Internal medicine encompasses the care of patients 18 and older, whether they are healthy or sick. Pen Bay Internal Medicine specializes in the prevention, diagnosis and management of disease and chronic conditions. We provide a wide range of care and services.
We know that as a parent, your concerns do not stop when our office is closed. We are here when you need us with convenient office hours and a provider on call 24/7 for after-hours questions. From well child exams to vaccinations, sports physicals to on-site counseling, we are here for your family.
Pen Bay Medical Center provides care in all areas of ear, nose and throat surgery. Patients include not only children (pediatrics) but also adult patients with chronic sinusitis, hearing loss and facial skin cancer, among other conditions.
Pen Bay’s Nephrology Clinic is for people with kidney conditions and/or hypertension. Early kidney disease produces few symptoms, therefore it can often go unrecognized. Kidney disease is frequently associated with diabetes, hypertension, cardiac and obstructive urological conditions.
We are dedicated to providing occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech and language services to exceptional children. When evaluating and treating young children, we realize that skills are dependent upon each other and therefore approach the child as a whole. Sensory and motor development is influenced by cognitive and speech and language skills. Speech and language development is influenced by cognitive, sensory motor skills and hearing ability. Therefore the team approach, with the family in the center, is paramount. The family shapes the child's development and is therefore critical in understanding the child. Together, parents and therapists create a plan of care tailored to the child and the family.