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Western Maine Health Community Health Services

The vision at Western Maine Health is that the people of the communities we serve will be the healthiest in Maine.  Part of achieving this mission is not only providing high quality, accessible health services, but also providing high quality, focused community health education programs and collaborating and partnering with like-minded organizations with the same vision.

CPR and First Aid - PACE Paramedic Service offers classes at various times in both.

Diabetes Education & Support - staffed by two certified diabetes educators, educational sessions and support groups are offered regularly.  Diabetes Support Group meets the third Wednesday of each month in the Harper Conference Center located in the lower level of the Ripley Medical Building from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. The group is free and open to all who have or are affected by diabetes.  Call 743-1562 x6057

Grief Support
  743-1562 x6999  For people coping with the loss of a loved one(s), SMH offers grief support. There is no fee for this service.

Healthy Oxford Hills - a division of Healthy Maine Partnerships committed to improving the health of community members in Western Maine.

Mended Hearts - 743-1562 x6185 - Support group for heart disease surivors and family members. We invite you and your family to attend one of our meetings.

Parkinson’s Support   743-7086  The group will meet monthly, on the last Thursday of the month at 2:00 pm The group is open to any individual or families who are interested in or have concerns about Parkinson’s Disease.

Physical Therapy - offering comprehensive physical, occupational, and speech therapy for both inpatients at SMH and outpatients.

Preparing to Birth - Childbirth education classes for new parents.  Sibling Classes also available.

Riverside Trail - a new trail developed by Western Maine Health and a collaboration of Healthy Oxford Hills, SAD #17 and other area organizations concerned with stamping out childhood obesity in Western Maine.

Safe Sitter® - Baby sitting courses

School Based Health Centers - in school health centers available at Oxford Hills Middle and High School.

Stephens Memorial Hospital Thrift Shop  

Vial of Life Program - a program supported by PACE Paramedic Service helping individuals to have all of their health information at their fingertips in case of emergency.

Vital Connections - cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation programs and classes.

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181 Main Street, Norway, Maine 04268 | (207) 743-5933, TTY (for the hearing impaired): (207) 743-1597