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TAMC again earns awards for safety and quality; new positions will benefit patient care
TAMC, the County’s most comprehensive healthcare services provider, has been recently recognized for both safety and quality of care by national organizations.
Local hospitals collaborate for a cause; Hospitals Against Hunger food drive set for May 9-19
For the second year in a row, the County’s four hospitals are joining forces with the region-wide Feed the County effort to replenish area food pantries in the month of May.
REDY Youth Triathlon returns to UMPI Sept. 11
It’s back by popular demand. After taking 2015 off, the REDY Youth Triathlon returns to the University of Maine at Presque Isle Campus on Sunday, September 11, 2016.
Fit & Fun series changes seasons; “Swim into Spring” deemed success
The community-wide Fit & Fun series continues to be supported and promoted by TAMC as part of the hospital’s commitment to community health. The effort to provide low cost, easily accessible and enjoyable activities to promote a healthy lifestyle continues like the changing of the seasons; winter to spring.
United Way of Aroostook County Provides Critical Support to the County Dialysis Center
The County Dialysis Center, the only center to offer life-sustaining treatments to County patients with kidney disease, received a $2,000 check recently from the United Way of Aroostook County. The gift will help patients from every corner of Aroostook County with transportation costs.
Community General Hospital Legacy Project committee provides update on garden status
Community and wellness are two key concepts that organizers have taken into account with the Community General Hospital Legacy Project, and Fort Fairfield residents will begin to benefit from their work this summer.
Sylvia Getman to Pursue New Job in New York
M. Michelle Hood, FACHE, president and CEO of EMHS announces that Sylvia Getman, president and CEO of TAMC and senior vice president of EMHS, will depart EMHS in June.
Ten years later, the Charette family remains a source of inspiration for those suffering a loss to cancer
In 2004, Jason Charette began having serious headaches and was frequently sick to his stomach. After a CT scan, doctors discovered a significant sized tumor on his brain and he was diagnosed with Astrocytomas brain cancer. It was not curable.
TAMC to collect electronics and medical equipment for recycling on April 14
As people in the community begin to think about spring cleaning, TAMC will once again be offering the opportunity to bring used, broken and unwanted electronic devices for proper disposal, free of charge.
TAMC sponsors Healthy Family Engagement Nights to raise awareness
TAMC is proud to support the Boys & Girls Club of Presque Isle by sponsoring three separate nights full of fun and important information.
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