(207) 861-3000 / (800) 491-8600

Welcome to Inland Hospital

Inland is where you come first! Our providers, staff and volunteers are passionate about providing you and your family with the highest quality medical care and service. Named as a Top Rural Hospital in America for excellence in quality and safety, Inland is dedicated to helping you stay involved, informed and safe during your stay with us! As a member of EMHS, Inland is part of a family of doctors, nurses, and other healthcare providers across Maine who are working together to provide you with the right care, at the right time and place.

Questions? Please contact us at 861-3000 or toll-free (800) 491-8600.
  • Inland welcomes new Nurse Practitioner

    Inland Hospital is pleased to welcome Linda Kelly, NP to Inland Neurology. Linda has been a Nurse Practitioner for three years and is excited to help patients achieve good health. She joins Dr. Gloria Simms, at Inland Neurology, located at 246 Kennedy Memorial Drive, on the Inland Hospital campus.

    Release Date - Sep/08/2014

  • Inland Hospital’s 3rd annual Let’s Go! Family Fun Day event announced

    Plans are in the making for the Let’s Go! Family Fun Day on Saturday, September 20, 2014 between 10am and 1pm – Inland Hospital’s 3rd annual event kicking off a year-long series of activities focused on helping families with children lead healthy, active lives.

    Release Date - Jul/29/2014

  • Care Coordination Recognized as “Best Program”

    It is with great pride that we announce our Beacon Health Case Management program has received accreditation from NCQA (National Committee for Quality Assurance). Since 1990, NCQA has been considered the gold standard for improving healthcare across the country. Beacon Health is the first care delivery system to achieve this distinction. Beacon Health is a subsidiary of EMHS and oversees efforts around EMHS’ Pioneer Accountable Care Organization (ACO).
     

    Release Date - Jul/18/2014

  • Inland Named Among the Nation’s Most Wired Hospitals

    Inland Hospital and five other EMHS hospitals are at the forefront of using information technology to improve patient care, based on the results of a 2014 survey published by the American Hospital Association

    Release Date - Jul/15/2014

  • Inland Welcomes Neurologist

    Inland Hospital is proud to have Gloria Simms, MD join Inland Neurology. Dr. Simms brings 13 years of skilled and compassionate neurological experience and expertise to our region.

    Release Date - Jul/11/2014

  • Welcome Dr. Alicia Brown, Family Doctor

    Inland Hospital is pleased to welcome Alicia Brown, DO, a family medicine doctor, to Inland Family Care. Dr. Brown joins Jennifer Penney, Family Nurse Practitioner and Jack Barnard, Physician’s Assistant at our downtown Waterville practice.

    Release Date - Jul/11/2014

  • It’s Tick Time!

    Tick season is upon us and we must all equip ourselves with knowledge (and longer pants) so we can continue to enjoy the benefits and beauty of the Maine wilderness.

    Release Date - Jul/10/2014

  • Inland Honored with Patient Satisfaction Award

    Inland Hospital and four other EMHS members have earned recognition for exceptional performance in 2013 from Avatar Solutions, a national organization that measures and compares hospital safety and patient satisfaction based on patient, employee, and physician surveys.

    Release Date - Jul/02/2014

  • Kiwanis Children’s Health & Safety Fair

    Saturday, May 17, 9am – 1pm
    Messalonskee Middle School, School Bus Drive, Oakland
    Learn new ways for your family to be active, choose healthy foods and stay safe! Inland is proud to be a major sponsor of this free community event hosted annually by the Kiwanis Club of Greater Waterville. FMI call 465-2496.

    Release Date - May/13/2014

  • Inland Hospital Earns “A” Grade

    Waterville, Maine, April 29, 2014 – Inland Hospital in Waterville has once again earned a top grade in patient safety by an independent national non-profit run by employers and large purchasers of health benefits.

    Release Date - May/01/2014

  • Sep20

    Prepared Childbirth Class

    Convenient, one-day workshop providing important information and support for expectant parents. Pre-registration required; register on-line at inlandhospital.org or call 861-3392.
  • Sep20

    Let’s Go! Family Fun Day

    Join us for our 3rd annual event kicking off a year-long series of activities focused on helping families with children live healthy, active lives. Climbing wall, L.L. Bean Bootmobile, music and dancing, trail walks, bike riding, healthy back-to-school ideas, gifts and prizes, free resources and more!  This year’s grand prize winner of a $500 LLBean gift card will be announced and all families who attend will be entered in the 2014/2015 grand prize raffle. Free event; no registration required. FMI inlandhospital.org or 861-3292
  • Sep22

    Free Blood Pressure Screenings

    Inland’s Marden Cardiac Rehab Center is happy to provide free blood pressure screenings during Active Aging Week, an opportunity to learn about the benefits of a healthy lifestyle and the free and very low cost programs and activities at the Muskie Center. FMI: 873-4745 or visit spectrumgenerations.org.
  • Sep25

    Free Balance Screenings

    In recognition of National Rehabilitation Week, Inland RehabWorks professionals are offering free balance screenings and tips to help you reduce your risk of falling.  To schedule a screening, call 948-2170.
  • Sep25

    Breastfeeding Support Group

    Education and support for a very important, natural aspect of nurturing a healthy child. Babies welcome! FMI: call 861-3100 or email inlandhospital@emhs.org
  • Sep26

    Great Outdoor Maine Weekend

    Looking for fun new things to do this fall? You’re in luck! The next Great Maine Outdoor Weekend is coming up! Get outside, get active and learn something new all while enjoying Maine’s incredible, and vast, outdoor resources. 
  • Sep27

    National Take Back Day

    Prescription drug abuse is a rapidly growing crisis in Maine and our local communities. Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including the home medicine cabinet.  Safely dispose of unwanted and unused prescription drugs at a convenient location in your community.  FMI call 211 or visit deadiversion.usdoj.gov
  • Oct02

    Breastfeeding Support Group

    Education and support for a very important, natural aspect of nurturing a healthy child. Babies welcome! FMI: call 861-3100 or email inlandhospital@emhs.org
  • Oct09

    Breastfeeding Support Group

    Education and support for a very important, natural aspect of nurturing a healthy child. Babies welcome! FMI: call 861-3100 or email inlandhospital@emhs.org
  • Oct16

    Breastfeeding Support Group

    Education and support for a very important, natural aspect of nurturing a healthy child. Babies welcome! FMI: call 861-3100 or email inlandhospital@emhs.org
  • Oct23

    Breastfeeding Support Group

    Education and support for a very important, natural aspect of nurturing a healthy child. Babies welcome! FMI: call 861-3100 or email inlandhospital@emhs.org
  • Oct30

    Breastfeeding Support Group

    Education and support for a very important, natural aspect of nurturing a healthy child. Babies welcome! FMI: call 861-3100 or email inlandhospital@emhs.org

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