Comments for: Brunswick hospitals dueling over community’s health care needs in wake of merger proposal

Posted Aug. 12, 2012, at 3:33 p.m.
Last modified Aug. 12, 2012, at 8:42 p.m.

BRUNSWICK | Central Maine Healthcare has filed a letter of intent with the state to take a controlling stake in Brunswick’s Parkview Adventist Medical Center, which prompted neighboring Mid Coast Hospital to file a competing proposal that would essential absorb Parkview, according to documents filed with the Department of …

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  • David Giles

    Mid-Coast is the hospital for Brumswick. CMMC should focus on Lewiston.

  • Anonymous

    Whoever wins, the days of a small town like Brunswick having two hospitals are over.

  • Anonymous

    Is this REALLY a duel between Brunswick hospitals (Parkview and Mid Coast)? It looks to me like this is about CMMC wanting to take more patients from the Midcoast area. Parkview and Mid Coast Hospitals should just team up and do what is best for us and our community. 

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