During a time of uncertainty and confusion about healthcare policy, Greater Portland Health’s mission has never been more relevant and necessary. We are committed to serving everyone who seeks care, regardless of their ability to pay. Please help us to continue to serve our mission of providing high quality patient-centered healthcare that is accessible, affordable, and culturally sensitive.
The Portland Press Herald recently published a Letter to the Editor by Victoria Foley, Board President, about the important role of community health centers and to invite the community to events happening at Greater Portland Health in celebration of National Health Center Week.
The Forecaster recently published an article about the upcoming collaborative program between Greater Portland Health and Milestone.
The Bangor Daily News recently ran a story about the nursing field featuring our own Gretchen Speed and two of the nursing students who recently spent time learning at Greater Portland Health, Courtney Wilson and Josselyn Agura. Thank you to Louise for her mentorship of the nursing students!
By Leslie Clark and John Hennessy- Special to the Portland Press Herald. Maine groups are helping caregivers and patients deal with the unintended consequences of the drugs that have allowed people to live longer with HIV.
Join us on Friday, September 23rd from 5:30 - 7:30 P.M. at our 180 Park Avenue location for light refreshments and dancing to the music of DJ Victoria Foley.
Join us as 180 Park Avenue, Portland for free vision screenings and glasses. Open to everyone in the community. First come, first served.
Greater Portland Health was recently featured in a news segment on WMTW for its National Health Care for the Homeless Day Event.
Greater Portland Health is celebrating National Health Center Week from August 7-13 with events and activities for community members. The purpose of National Health Center Week is to raise awareness about the mission and accomplishments of America’s health centers