Thank you for taking some time to visit Eastern Maine HomeCare! Our number one goal is to provide you and your loved ones with exceptional home health services. We offer compassionate home health and end of life care to our neighbors and friends in northern, eastern and central Maine. Last year, our caring staff drove nearly 1.37 million miles to make 68,323 homecare, hospice and telehealth visits to 3,300 patients.

How may we help you today? For more information about our home care and hospice services, please call our EMHC Patient Referral Line toll-free 1-866-591-8843.

A member of EMHS, Eastern Maine HomeCare works to ensure the highest quality home care and hospice is available to all who need it.

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Visiting Nurses of Aroostook (VNA) is excited to celebrate 45 years of home health services! “We appreciate the hard work and efforts of staff and volunteers that have created a legacy of exceptional home care services,” says Lisa Harvey-McPherson, President/CEO. 

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EMHS Executive Elected to Board of the National Association of Home Care and Hospice

Brewer, Maine – (January 7, 2014) – The CEO and president of Eastern Maine HomeCare has been elected to the board of the National Association of Home Care and Hospice (NAHC). Lisa Harvey-McPherson, RN, MBA, MPPM, who is also the vice president of continuum-of-care for EMHS, has started her term as a member of the board to NAHC on January 1, 2014.

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Volunteers Are the Heart of Hospice of Eastern Maine

Volunteers do not give of their time hoping for reward or recognition. They give it freely to help support, encourage and assist their terminally ill neighbors, friends and complete strangers.  Hospice of Eastern Maine (HOEM) is grateful for its 116 volunteers that provided 6,628 hours of service in numerous capacities in 2013.

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Bangor Visiting Nurses Celebrate 100 Years

The Bangor Area Visiting Nurses are celebrating 100 years.For the last century, the group has been serving Bangor-area residents by making in-home visits. The organization has seen many changes throughout the years, from Medicaid to new technologies, and the addition of hospice care...

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