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Primary Care

Western Maine Health give patients multiple options for primary care. The following options can provide healthcare to you, your whole family, or your children.

Western Maine Primary Care
A Department of Stephens Memorial Hospital

Internal Medicine
Family Medicine

William L. Medd, MD Health Center
8 Pikes Hill
Norway, ME 04268
207-744-6444

Western Maine Pediatrics
A Department of Stephens Memorial Hospital

Pediatrics

Ripley Medical Building
193 Main Street
Norway, ME 04268
207-743-8766

Staying Connected to Your Health

We want to help you stay connected to your health. MyChart is a secure online website where you can access your health information and connect with your physician or provider.

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For every generation

From newborns to grandparents, primary care providers treat all ages and every generation.
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Healthcare for women

From painful periods to newborn care, learn about the special treatment needs of women.
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MaineHealth senior care

MaineHealth offers a full range of care for seniors, from checkups to assisted living.

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Stephens Memorial Hospital Receives 5 Star Patient Experience Rating
Stephens Memorial Hospital was one of 266 hospitals, or 8 percent, in the nation who received a perfect five-star rating on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Hospital Compare website.PBMC, WCGH and Belfast Public Health Nursing combine to offer 40 flu clinics.
Credit rating agencies reaffirm strength of MaineHealth
Two credit rating agencies continued to give northern New England’s largest health system high marks for its financial strength even though the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant financial impact.
MaineHealth Receives Over $800,000 in Federal Funding for Telehealth Program
FCC awarded MaineHealth for costs associated with rapidly expanding the health system’s telehealth infrastructure and technology in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
MaineHealth establishes safety protocols and sets priorities for bringing back some services amid COVID-19
Universal masking, screening and testing protocols are already in place as the health care system brings back surgeries and other procedures for those patients for whom waiting could have medical consequences.