Mayo Regional Hospital

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897 WEST MAIN STREET, DOVER FOXCROFT, ME 4426 USA

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(207) 564-8401
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897 WEST MAIN STREET, DOVER FOXCROFT, ME 4426 USA

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Mayo Regional Hospital
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3.2 out of 5 stars

Penny Cote
Penny Cote

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

The staff and professionals on the second floor in Dover who took care of my mother while she died were INCREDIBLE. They were so loving, caring and kind. They kept her out of pain and looked to our needs constantly as we stayed there for 5 days. These people made the passing of my mother beautiful, even though it was the hardest thing I have ever been through. They all deserve awards!!!! Thank you to all of you!!!!

Pam Fortin
Pam Fortin

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I relocated to this area in 2014, I needed a Dr especially for my illnesses that caused me to end my 30 year career (fibromyalgia, Chronic fatigue syndrome/ME, anxiety disorder, and IBS). Initially I was assigned a PA, at the Dover Foxcroft family practice. She was excellent, listened, refilled my medications, and tried to help my well-being. She helper me change my diet and I began to see an improvement in my energy after nearly wasting away being sick. In 2016 or 2017 she relocated to the Guilford family practice; I also went to Guilford since the PA knew me and my illnesses. Then last year she changed jobs and other Drs left Mayo Hospital due to changes in the organization. I receiveed a letter that said I was assigned a Dr at the Dover Foxcroft clinic, however; I later called for an appointment and found out that this Dr had no openings for 3 months and that she shouldn't have been assigned. At that time I was told that the Mayo Family Clinic in Milo had a an opening for patients and I should transfer there. On my very 1st appointment the new Dr was very rude, never introduced herself, just came through the door saying " I will NOT prescribe your benzo medication"! I have been on this 0.5mg benzo for 14 years and can not go without, my PA and I already tried and I ended up in the ER with withdrawals include high blood pressure, panic attack etc. The ER Dr explained to me that he understood why I didn't want to take this medication, but my body was accustomed to it and I needed to continue taking it. I was given 2 tablets in the ER with a 4 day prescription and requested to follow up with my PA to get my prescription renewed. During another occasion my PA was not available and my prescription ran out and no one approved a refill again I went into withdrawals and started to have convulsions, it was late at night during a snowstorm, and I live alone. I had to drive myself to the ER oncd again, the ER Dr took my blood pressure was so high I was given 2 tablets and sent home after about 1 hour, with a 4 day prescription and told to never run out again. After this, my PA wrote a prescription for 1 to 2 tabs a night just so I would never run out again.
Well, on 11/17/18 I had to go to the ER due to withdrawals from lack of the medication because the New Rude Dr. said she wouldn't prescribe them and that I needed to wean off of them. Oh, by the way during this weaning period I had to make 2 additional appointments to see her due to high blood pressure withdrawal symptoms and she reset the weaning without prescribing me any additional pills. During the weaning period I began to have multiple issues and got so bad that I couldn't eat, I couldn't breathe, my blood pressure was dangerously high, and I ended up driving myself to the ER in the middle of the night to be seen. My blood pressure was dangerously high, I had developed gastritis and was hyperventilating and my IBS was so bad that they ended up administring a CT scan, prescribing me medication for gastritis and to move my bowels that were lodged in my colon. Follow up with the Milo Dr was yesterday, I said I can NOT go without this medication, my body needs it, just like the ER Dr said, she said I disagree with him, I can prescribe you an SSRI antidepressant medication. I listed over 20 withdrawal symptoms for her and brought my 7 remaining pills, along with the gastritis meds. I said I cant get out of bed, I cant eat, I cant exercise, I need to go back on the .5mg as I am slipping backwards fast. She would not listen, she has no empathy for her patients and does not ensure that her patients (customers) get the quality of care that they need. Obviously after trying many medications I was well adjusted to my 2 medications that I have taken since 2004. These medications helped me struggle through my unfortunate heredity illnesses until such time I could no longer work. Now because of this Dr. I have gastritis, high blood pressure, anxiety attacks and there is no talking to her. She must have a personal issue with the benzo that my body needs. I need help!

Kirsty Green
Kirsty Green

3 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

I'll be experiencing pregnancy, labor and delivery through this hospital. Right now I'm 5 months, I've been here a few times, the sonographer is awesome, and she did a 3D face photo for me at 21 weeks! I cried, couldn't believe I saw her little face. Will update as time goes on.

Emma Rose
Emma Rose

3 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

I fell off a horse and was rushed to the ER due to me not being able to move my ankle or neck. Everyone was very nice there while I got my xrays and ct scans. I was discharged with just a badly sprained ankle and head injury. However, 2 days later I got a call saying they had reviewed my xrays and say that i had a fracture in my foot. I'm mad that they didn't just tell me while I was at the ER so I could have gotten a cast there instead of having to go to another hospital to get my foot looked at.

MP emoKiba
MP emoKiba

2 out of 5 stars

posted 2 years ago

Office staff and Ms. Jackson were nice and professional. I can not say the same about the doctor. He never gave me his name, so I can only assume he's the doctor listed on the site. It took me over an hour for a pre-employment DOT screening. I sat over 20 minutes waiting for the doctor, who then came in and called me by the wrong name. Once I told him that wasn't me he was like "oh" and walked out of the room. When he came back with the correct paper work he acted as if he was fresh out of medical school and I was just a medical dummy. I know it's an employment screening but geeze. To work with people you need people skills. He filled out the incorrect information on my paperwork and sent me on my way like I was just a number. Unpleasant experience to say the least...

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