NEWEST MEDICAL OFFICE BUILDING CELEBRATED WITH OPEN HOUSE
81 Medical Center Drive features new Cancer Center and practices meeting community needs




With the recent Open House at the newest building on the Mid Coast Hospital Medical Center campus, a new cancer resource center was formally opened. The new building will also house a variety of other practices much needed in the community.

CANCER CENTER CUTS RIBBON ON NEW RESOURCE CENTER

Cutting the ribbon on the new American CancerSociety Cancer Resource Center is (l to r) Tom Polko and Vicki Scattoloni of the Maine Center for Cancer Medicine, Herbert Paris, president of Mid Coast Hospital, and Terry Baker and Sue Clifford of the American Cancer Society. The new center is located within the Maine Center for Cancer Medicine at Mid Coast Hospital's new medical office building at 81 Medical Center Drive.

The Cancer Resource Center is a place where patients, family members, caregivers, and the public can find up-to-date, easy to understand cancer information. The center will be staffed weekdays from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. by volunteers trained by the Cancer Society and the Hospital. The volunteers can assist visitors in obtaining cancer information on prevention, treatment guidelines, detection, clinical trials, community resources, support groups, and other topics.

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MEDICAL OFFICE BUILDING IS HOME TO SEVERAL MEDICAL PRACTICES

The medical office building at 81 Medical Center Drive is home to a variety of medical practices:

The Maine Center for Cancer Medicine
The Amercian Cancer Center Resource Center
Women's Imaging Center of Mid Coast Hospital
Foot & Ankle Associates of Maine
Mid Coast Medical Group Neurology
The Mid Coast Hospital Sleep Disorders Center
Mid Coast Medical Group Primary Care Center

PRIMARY CARE CENTER PROVIDES FOR AN UNMET NEED

The new Mid Coast Medical Group Primary Care Center will make it possible for many more patients in the region to find a primary care doctor. Typically, many of our residents find it hard to see a physician because practices are closed.

With the addition of internal medicine and family practice doctors,a nurse practitioner, and pediatricians, many will find it easier to get regular check-ups and emergent care in an office setting. The practice accepts most types of insurance including MaineCare and Medicare.


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