Category: Health & Wellness

Answering Common COVID-19 Vaccination Questions

Sue Cronkite, CMA Supervisor, alongside our ASL interpreters, answers some of the questions you may have about COVID-19 vaccines.

Updated Visitor Guidelines – Effective February 25, 2021

Effective, February 25th (Thursday) the following visitor restrictions go into effect:All employees, visitors, and patients will be screened for symptoms and must have a temperature lower than 100 • Mondays - Fridays visitors will be allowed between the hours of 3-7pm • Saturdays - Sundays visitors will be allowed between the hours of 12-4pm

Get to Know Dr. John Vanadia

Dr. John Vanadia has cared for people in the Bangor Area for more than 25 years. We're so pleased to have him on the St. Joe's Team.

COVID-19 Vaccine Update – February 7, 2020

Each week, St. Joseph Hospital receives notification from the Maine CDC as to the amount of vaccine that can be expected to arrive in the following days.Due to the very limited supply of vaccine St. Joseph Hospital is receiving each week, vaccine doses are being provided to those who may experience challenges in accessing a large community vaccination site.

Stay Safe in the Snow!

Finally...a good ole Nor’easter is on the way. Follow these tips to stay safe as we prepare for the storm.

COVID-19 Vaccine Update

On January 13, 2021 Governor Mills announced state-wide plans to begin COVID-19 vaccinations for individuals who are 70 years of age and older as soon as February 1.At this time, we do not have a timeline or specific details as to when St. Joseph Hospital will receive vaccine from the Maine CDC to support vaccinating patients.

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