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Mid Coast Health Services Opens Primary Care and Walk-In Clinic in Downtown Brunswick

Mid Coast Health Services Opens Primary Care and Walk-In Clinic in Downtown Brunswick

 

Less than a year after the announcement of its expansion plans, Mid Coast Health Services is proud to open its brand new Mid Coast Primary Care and Walk-In Clinic, Downtown at Brunswick Station. The 10,000 square-foot facility is situated on the first floor of Brunswick Station’s newest building on Station Avenue.

Lois Skillings, President and CEO of Mid Coast Health Services said, “The new downtown location is well situated for the region’s first non-emergency Walk-In Clinic.  We are pleased to offer this new service to the community as we further our commitment to maintaining excellent quality, easily accessible care, close to home.”

“With the success of revitalization efforts, Brunswick has become a regional destination,” said Stephanie Slocum, Executive Director of the Brunswick Downtown Association.

Win Four Tickets to the MOVETHATBLOCK.com Indy 225 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway

Win Four Tickets to the MOVETHATBLOCK.com Indy 225 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
MoveThatBlock.com INDY 225 Sunday, August 14, 2011 3:30pm Oval | IZOD IndyCar® Series

“A New Breed of Speed” comes to New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday, August 14 for their only New England appearance.

At speeds of 200 mph, some of the most fearless drivers in the world will bring heart-stopping, wheel-to-wheel racing back to New England.

How and Why to Create Google Alerts

I’ve been using Google Alerts for about 2 years now and can tell you that they save me lots of time!

As a Sage Preferred Vendor, we work with many different Sage Partners who work with a variety of industries, selling an array of different products – from accounting software to CRM systems!

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How and Why to Create Google Alerts

I’ve been using Google Alerts for about 2 years now and can tell you that they save me lots of time!

As a Sage Preferred Vendor, we work with many different Sage Partners who work with a variety of industries, selling an array of different products – from accounting software to CRM systems!

Read more

I have Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, a Blog…now what? Social Media Breakfast Maine

I have Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, a Blog…now what? Social Media Breakfast Maine

 

So you set up your company Facebook page and your Twitter account, you are pointing people to your blog and your website… then what are you supposed to do? All this talk about engagement and listening tools and measuring and you don’t have much to report on.

AT&T Invests in Maine Network to Deliver Most-Advanced Mobile Broadband Experience

Plans Call for Addition of New Cell Sites in 2011 as Part of Initiative to Increase Wireless Network Capacity

WESTBROOK, Maine - AT&T* announced plans to add and upgrade cell sites across Maine as part of its 2011 initiative to deliver the nation's most-advanced mobile broadband experience. Already, AT&T has expanded coverage in more than 25 communities across Maine, including in popular summer tourism destinations such as Bar Harbor, Kittery and Old Orchard Beach.

From Dennysville to Portland and points in between, the planned Maine network enhancements are part of AT&T's previously announced 2011 investment plans.

EMMC’s CancerCare of Maine on the Forefront of Cancer Research

Bangor, ME—It’s hard to hear the  words, “You have cancer,” but knowing you have access to the latest advancements in treatment and clinical research makes it a little easier, especially when they are right here in your own backyard. EMMC’s CancerCare of Maine at the Lafayette Family Cancer Center in Brewer has long been a leader in medical research, and now, they are being recognized by the Cancer and Leukemia Group B (CALGB), as an at-large research site based on our clinical trial participation rates and the quality of research conducted.

A national research group sponsored by the National Cancer Institute, CALGB brings together clinical oncologists and laboratory investigators from more than 200 cancer centers throughout the country to develop better treatments for cancer.