Franklin Memorial Hospital

Franklin Memorial Hospital in Farmington, Maine, is a progressive, friendly, nonprofit community hospital whose mbanner mmc tobacco freeission is to provide high-quality, cost-effective, patient-centered health care. The 65-bed hospital is fully qualified and accredited to handle a broad range of medical, surgical, pediatric, women’s care, and diagnostic services. The hospital actively works with the community and with other health care providers to integrate services and ensure the health of people within its service area.

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Address and Contact Information

111 Franklin Health Commons
Farmington, Maine

800-398-6031 (Maine only)
207-778-6031
TDD: 207-779-2662

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Joseph E. Noonan, Jr., MD

Providing experienced specialized care in sports medicine, treatment of diseases of the shoulder and elbow, as well as general orthopedics.

Do you need help paying for your medicines?

Anyone who needs help saving money on prescription medications is eligible for MaineHealth’s MedAccess program for Greater Franklin County residents.

Paying For Care

Need parking assistance or a wheelchair?

Free parking assistance is offered at the hospital’s main entrance Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Wheelchairs are also available for those needing assistance getting to a department.

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