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Health Connections

Health Connections is primarily an occupational health care provider serving business, local government, school systems, non-profit institutions and others requiring occupational health, wellness and safety services.

We provide services in our office at Pen Bay Medical Center at 6 Glen Cove Drive in Rockport and in Belfast at 163 Northport Avenue. 

Contact Us

Health Connections provides services Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

207-301-5566

  • Diagnosis and treatment of work related injury and illness.
  • Comprehensive integrated care management for occupational health injuries.
  • Pre-employment medical screening.
  • Occupational Health Audiology and Pulmonary Function Testing and evaluation.
  • Ergonomic assessment and job physical function analysis.
  • Education, training, prevention and wellness services.
  • Medical surveillance.
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Federal DOT drug and alcohol testing.
  • Primary Care to active duty Coast Guard stationed in Rockland, Maine.
  • We provide EAP services to the Town of Camden, City of Rockland and with the Coast Guard 

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MaineHealth Local Hospital Systems Recognized for Tobacco-Free Achievements
Twelve hospitals and affiliates celebrated for leadership through annual Gold Star Standards of Excellence program.

PBMC Welcomes Jude Stevens, DNP
Pen Bay Medical Center (PBMC) is pleased to welcome Jude Stevens, DNP, as it continues to grow the number of primary care providers serving our coastal communities.
Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital Adopt New Visitation Restrictions in Response to Local COVID-19 Surge
The updated rules are effective November 18 for PBMC and WCGH locations, medical practices and rural health centers. They are intended to safeguard patients, visitors and care team members during the coronavirus outbreak.
Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital Earn Gold Star Tobacco-Free Awards
Pen Bay Medical Center (PBMC) and Waldo County General Hospital (WCGH) have earned top honors for prohibiting smoking and tobacco use on campus and addressing patient tobacco use, and two WCGH care team members received individual honors for supporting these efforts.