Cary Medical Center is 65-bed acute care hospital in Caribou, Maine. Well known for its patient-centered services, the hospital and its staff have won numerous state and national awards for quality in both customer service and clinical performance. The Cary family includes approximately 540 employees, 60 active medical staff providers, 100 courtesy and consulting physicians, and 75 volunteers.
In collaboration with Pines Health Services, a non-profit physician management group, Cary Medical Center services include: general and vascular surgery, pediatrics, 24-hour emergency medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, orthopedics, physical and occupational therapy, neurology, one day surgery, family practice, sports medicine, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, occupational health, internal medicine, urology, radiology, pathology, and a wide variety of specialty clinics.
In 2006, Cary Medical Center was listed in the top 2% of hospitals in the United States for health information and patient safety technology. In recent years, considerable investments in technology have been made to significantly reduce the risk of medical error and to improve access to health information.
Cary Medical Center is also home to the first Veterans Administration Outpatient Clinic located in a private rural hospital. Additionally, on the hospital's campus is a 40-bed long term care facility and a 30-bed residential care facility operated by the Maine Veterans Home.
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