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MaineHealth Primary Care

Primary care is your first stop for health care

MaineHealth family medicine, internal medicine and pediatric care providers offer convenient, patient-centered care that fits your busy schedule. From newborns to older adults, we focus on your overall health and well-being, not just a single problem or illness. We are here to answer your health questions, provide preventive care, order tests, prescribe medications, help you manage chronic conditions and access specialty care when needed.

Where to find care:

Find a Provider

Trust in your primary care provider is key to good health. Find the right family medicine, pediatric or internal medicine provider for your unique needs and preferences.

Healthy Communities

From childhood vaccines to helping seniors stay active, MaineHealth gives people the tools and support they need to live healthier lives.

What is a patient-centered medical home?

The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) is a health care delivery model of care that puts patients at the forefront. PCMHs build better relationships between patients and their clinical care teams. Research shows that PCMHs improve quality and the patient experience, and increase staff satisfaction—while reducing health care costs. Practices that earn recognition have made a commitment to continuous quality improvement and a patient-centered approach to care.

National Committee for Quality Assurance

PCMH recognition is obtained through an evaluation process with the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). The steps in this process are the most widely-used method to transform primary care practices into medical homes. Recognition is the result of proven transformation into a high-performing primary care practice. Visit NCQA Report Cards to view a complete list of MaineHealth practices that have received PCMH designation.

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