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Where to find care

Find Pediatrics and Children's Services at the following MaineHealth locations.

Barbara Bush Children's Hospital

Franklin Community Health Network

LincolnHealth

Maine Medical Partners

Children & Teens

Maine Children Cancer Program

Pediatric Specialty Care

Pediatric Surgery

Memorial Hospital

Pen Bay Medical Center

Southern Maine Health Care

Western Maine Health


Care just for kids

Discover the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital, Maine's only full-service children's hospital.

Kids' Health | Pediatrics

Young people deserve special attention when they are sick or hurt and MaineHealth offers compassionate and comprehensive care for kids of all ages. We deliver high-quality pediatric services across the region, from routine checkups to emergency care. Our children’s health care providers are here for you and your child at every stage of development. See our provider directory of pediatricians.

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Primary Care is Your First Stop

Whether it's a pediatrician, an internal medicine provider, or a family medicine doctor, MaineHealth primary care providers should be your first stop for most medical needs and concerns.

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Routine shots are one of the safest and best ways to protect children from serious diseases.
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Does my child have ADHD?

Kids often develop symptoms before the age of 12. Here are signs of ADHD in girls and boys.
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Learn About GERD

GERD can happen in babies, kids and teens. Wheezing and vomiting are just two signs.

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LincolnHealth is accepting applications for the winter Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) class through Friday, December 4. The class will begin Tuesday, January 19, 2021 and is offered at no cost to the student.
Memorial Receives Federal Grant to Support Dementia Capable Programs
Mt. Washington Valley organizations will soon be able to offer older adults with dementia and their caregivers additional evidence-based programs and services over the next few years.
SMHC Names Caregiver of the Year
Stacy Merrill has been named Southern Maine Health Care’s 2020 Caregiver of the Year. Merrill is a valuable member of the SMHC team and emanates SMHC’s core values of patient centered, respect, integrity, excellence, ownership and innovation.
Franklin Memorial Hospital safety survey finds no deficiencies in infection prevention
Nineteen hospital care team members have tested positive for the coronavirus. The positive cases are not thought to pose a significant risk to patients as hospital staff has been consistent in the use of protective equipment shown to minimize transmission.