As a community healthcare system, Mid Coast–Parkview Health's mission is to care for the health of our community, accepting our call as the region’s healthcare safety net and delivering around-the-clock access to high-quality care. We’ve created a wide breadth of integrated healthcare services, holding true on our commitment to ensure access to high-quality affordable care in our region.
Mid Coast–Parkview Health is your local healthcare system and caring for the health of our community remains at the forefront of everything we do.
Last summer, Karen tried to climb Bald Mountain in Rangeley, a peak she had scaled numerous times in the past. But her painful knees kept her from reaching the summit, and she found herself retreating in agony.
Six months after double knee replacement at the Mid Coast Center for Joint Replacement, she returned for another climb to the top.
Karen shares her total joint replacement experience, praising the providers of Mid Coast Medical Group–Orthopedics and the outstanding care she received at Mid Coast Hospital and Mid Coast Hospital Rehabilitation.
Sally was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in late 2017, a debilitating disease that leads to difficulty speaking, swallowing, and breathing.
In addition to continuous support from Fred, her devoted husband of 54 years, her primary care provider, and the team at Mid Coast Medical Group–Neurology, Sally also began taking part in Mid Coast Hospital’s ALS Clinic, the first ALS Association-affiliated clinic in Maine. The clinic connects Sally to all the resources she needs in one place.
Speaking on Sally’s behalf, Fred talks about their journey and the importance of caring for one another, always.
In 2017, Annie gave birth to her son David at Mid Coast Hospital with support from the midwives and providers of Mid Coast Medical Group–Women's Health Care.
From participation in CenteringPregnancy to continuing support from Mid Coast Center for Community Health & Wellness and pediatric care, Annie has leveraged many of Mid Coast Hospital's programs.
Annie shares how grateful she is to have these valuable resources right here in her local community.
When Douglas was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, the symptoms impacted his lifestlye. He had to give up rowing due to his instability.
But with help from Mid Coast Hospital, he has been able to return to the river.
Douglas talks about the support he received at Mid Coast Medical Group–Neurology as well as exercise designed for patients with Parkinson's disease called Rock Steady Boxing.