Central Maine Medical Center Community Benefits
Though it serves a region that some 400,000 people call home, Central Maine Medical Center has, in essence, remained a community hospital since its founding more than 120 years ago.
CMMC was created by a community of like-minded visionaries who saw a need for a hospital. In the many years since, CMMC has ensured that area residents have access to the healthcare services they need, including around-the-clock emergency care, expert medical and surgical care, and free access to health education and health screenings.
As a not-for-profit hospital, Central Maine Medical Center contributes to communities throughout the region by analyzing the particular needs of those they serve and then developing and delivering programs to meet these needs. For more information about CMMC community benefit activities, browse through the following documents:
Shared Community Health Needs Assessment
SHNAPP Community Engagement and Implementation Strategy Feedback
We welcome your feedback on both the previous Maine Shared Community Health Needs Assessment and Planning Process as well as the current Health Improvement Plans.
Click either the SHNAPP Community Engagement Reporting Form or the Shared SHIP Feedback Form for Implementation Strategy. Please note that in clicking these links, you will be redirected to the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention's website where you can complete the online form.