The Washington County Resource Guide is a wonderful resource. Also, remember, you can always call 211 to ask about resources in your area.
St. Croix Regional Family Health Center is pleased to announce that Executive Director Cori LaPlant has been recognized and awarded the 2022 General Excellence Award from the Maine Primary Care Association. The General Excellence Award is presented to an individual, clinician or care team member who models the highest standards of care for the underserved, reaches high standards […]
We have been getting reports from patients that someone with a heavy accent has been calling them claiming to be from our office. The caller is asking for personal information. This call is not from our office. If you receive a call from a number that begins with 888 or another number where the caller asks for your private information, do not engage. […]
We are looking for caring, dedicated people with an interest in our community’s health to be on our Board of Directors. If you are interested, please read, print, and complete the Board Member Expectations form and the Board Member Application and return both to Cori Laplant, SCRFHC, 136 Mill Street, Princeton, ME 04668. Thank you. […]
We get asked this a lot. QUESTION: Can you get the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine after the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine? ANSWER: Yes, if you had a Johnson & Johnson vaccine you are eligible for a booster two months later. If you had Moderna or Pfizer as your primary series, you are eligible for […]
We are sorry for any inconvenience, but in an effort to triage people who are ill, we are suspending Early Access hours at this time. If you are ill or have flu-like or respiratory symptoms, please call BEFORE coming to the office so that our team can provide guidance and support your health needs. Thank […]
We have put together some guidance from the CDC that you can download on what to do if you think you may have been in contact with someone who has COVID-19. As always, we are a phone call away if you need help or have questions. What Should I do – 6 Scenarios
It is important to protect yourself and others during this pandemic. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has published instructions on how to make your own face mask which they are recommending you wear when you leave the house. MAKE YOUR OWN FACE MASK
We are sorry for any inconvenience, we are suspending Early Access hours at this time. If you have flu-like or respiratory symptoms, please call BEFORE coming to the office so that our team can provide guidance and support your health needs. Thank you for your understanding. Visit www.cdc.gov or www.mainecdc.gov to learn more about COVID-19.
COVID-19 There is tremendous concern about coronavirus as it infiltrates our communities. The following information is from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). How COVID-19 Spreads Person-to-person spread The virus is thought to spread mainly from person-to-person. Between people who are in close contact with one another (within about 6 feet). Through respiratory […]