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    • 10 AUG 17

    Millinocket Regional Hospital’s Walk-in Care facility to treat a variety of ailments

    by Robbie McKay, The Lincoln News With the opening of a new walk-in care facility in East Millinocket, MRH is offering information to the community that will help people determine whether their symptoms can be treated there, or should be seen at the emergency room. Symptoms that can be addressed at the walk-in care facility

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    • 09 AUG 17

    Millinocet Regional Hospital to offer support group to those suffering from Irritable Bowel Disease

    by Robbie McKay, The Lincoln News As Millinocket Regional Hospital continues to offer programs to their patients, they have announced the formation of an Irritable Bowel Disease support group. Held on the second Wednesday of every month at 4:30 p.m. in the multi-purpose room at MRH, the group will be patient centered with supporting medical

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    • 27 JUL 17

    Millinocket Regional Hospital announces the opening of their new walk-in care facility

    by Robbie McKay, The Lincoln News In order to offer their patients a variety of options in health care choices, Millinocket Regional Hospital has announced that a new walk-in care facility will be opening in early August. Katie Mackin, marketing coordinator for MRH, said the offices will be located at 87 Main Street in East

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    • 20 JUL 17

    Millinocket Regional Hospital receives two prestigious awards

    by Robbie McKay, The Lincoln News Millinocket Regional Hospital has been named one of the “62 Critical Access Hospitals to Know for 2017” by Becker’s Healthcare and also has been named one of the 2017 Critical Access Hospitals in the U.S., according to The National Rural Health Association’s Rural Health Policy Institute, iVantage Health Analytics

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    • 03 JUL 17

    Melodie Needham, FNP, to join MRH Family Medicine

    by Robbie McKay, The Lincoln News Millinocket Regional Hospital is welcoming a new Family Nurse Practitioner on board.  Melodie Needham, FNP, is joining Dr. Dunstan in Family Medicine and will be replacing Jackie Carter, FNP. Melodie started her career as a combat medic in Desert Storm.  She served four years in the US Army before

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    • 22 JUN 17

    Millinocket Regional Hospital welcomes Dr. Jeremy Valentine to its staff

    by Robbie McKay, The Lincoln News MILLINOCKET, Maine – A new ophthalmologist has joined the staff at Millinocket Regional Hospital. Dr. Jeremy Valentine will be meeting area people at an open house MRH is holding to welcome him on Monday, June 26 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the White Birch Medical Center, 899 Central

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    • 19 JUN 17

    Maine CDC Recommendations: Tick Bites

    Tick Bite Recommendations As the summer approaches, Maine CDC is answering many questions about what to do after a tick bite. Through Maine CDC’s syndromic surveillance system it is apparent that emergency rooms are seeing a dramatic increase in visits for suspected tick exposures as well. What to do after a tick bite: Remove the

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    • 19 MAY 17

    Hospital the Victim of Negative Mailing

    Many residents of Millinocket, East Millinocket, and Medway received a very negative mailing on Thursday, May 18th.  The author and sender of this document is a disgruntled physician.  This physician was not an employee of MRH but rather, a contracted physician we used to cover some open shifts.  His work was not completely in line

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    • 20 JAN 17

    Confirmed Cases of Pertussis (Whooping Cough) in Katahdin Region

    A BUELLETIN FROM MILLINOCKET REGIONAL HOSPITAL AND THE MAINE CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION(MeCDC): Since December 29th, 2016, Millinocket Regional Hospital has seen an increased number of pertussis (whooping cough) cases in the Katahdin Region. Pertussis is an infection that affects the airways and is easily spread from person to person by coughing or

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    • 20 DEC 16

    Thriving in Place Initiative Continues to Grow

    Augusta, ME (December 13, 2016)— Two Maine communities will receive a total of $600,000 in grant support over three years as part of the Maine Health Access Foundation’s Thriving in Place initiative.  These awards represent the third round of implementation funding under this program, designed to promote community-driven approaches to supporting people with chronic health

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