Health Care Links
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- Family Resource Guide for Washington County
Directory of services for parenting infants and children.
- Seniors Resource Guide for Washington County
Directory of services for seniors and elder care.
- Assisted Living Guide
Seniors and people with disabilities often need supportive living options. This guide describes the three levels of assisted living, financial support options, and provides a list of state support resources.
Online resource for anyone looking for information on placing themselves or a loved-one into an assisted living or elder care facility.
- Choosing Wisely
Helps patients choose care that is supported by evidence, not duplicative of other tests or procedures already received, free from harm, and truly necessary.
- Know Your Number - The Key to Proactive Good Health
Educates individuals and population health organizations on how risk factors impact their health, with particular attention given to those risk factors that can be improved by lifestyle changes.
- Maine Primary Care Association
Representing the collective voices of Maine’s Community Health Centers.
- National Alliance on Mental Illness
Maine and the nation's largest grassroots support, education and advocacy organization committed to the issue of mental illness.
- HealthInfoNet - Health Information Exchange
A secure electronic system where health care providers can share important patient information, giving them the tools they need to make more informed treatment decisions, especially in an emergency.
- Veteran Health Care and Data Analysis
Ohio University blog post describes how "big data" collection is being used to improve veteran healthcare and well-being.
- 2019 Recommended Immunizations for Children (birth through 6 years)
- 2019 Recommended Immunizations for Children (7-18 years old)