BANGOR, Maine – The Eastern Maine Medical Center family and Bangor community come together on Sept. 3, to celebrate the groundbreaking for EMMC’s Modernization Project.
For more than 120 years, EMMC employees have cared for the residents of eastern, central, and northern Maine. During Tuesday’s event, Deborah Carey Johnson, EMMC president and CEO; Liane Judd, chair of the EMMC Board of Trustees; Michelle Hood, Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems president and CEO; Bangor city officials; and others will reflect on this history and celebrate the launch of a project that ensures EMMC’s mission continues for generations to come.
EMMC’s Modernization Project provides state-of-the-art operating rooms, consolidated heart care, updated space for laboring moms and their babies, new neonatal intensive care space, and increased private rooms for patients receiving care at EMMC.
The event begins at 9 a.m. at the Main Entrance circle on EMMC’s State Street Campus. Attendees can use EMMC’s Valet Services or park in the designated event parking on the second level of the garage.