Mid Coast Hospital to host public forum

BRUNSWICK — Mid Coast Hospital will host a public forum on a proposal from Mid Coast to merge with Parkview Hospital.

Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston has a competing proposal to merge with Parkview.

The forum will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15, at Mid Coast Hospital Cafe and Conference Rooms, 123 Medical Center Drive in Brunswick.

Lois Skillings, president and CEO of Mid Coast Health Services, will provide an overview and facilitate a public discussion about what is at stake for Brunswick-area communities.

The public is invited to this free event.

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Rebecca Webber's picture

What is Mid Coast up to?

What Mid Coast fails to mention is that Parkview does NOT want to combine with Mid Coast but does want to combine forces with CMMC. Mid Coast's proposal is the equivalent of CMMC proposing (filing a CON) to "merge" with St. Mary's and shut it down, or vice versa. Or, what if Parkview proposed shutting down Mid Coast or Maine Health? It is just plain silly. That is an abuse of the Certificate of Need process. CMMC's proposal allows Parkview to continue operating whereas Mid Coast would shut it down and eliminate all of its local competition. Not healthy, not fair, and not the American way.


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