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Health Clinic

Patient and doctorThe Oasis Health Center is a free clinic located at 66 Baribeau Drive in Brunswick, Maine. The clinic serves uninsured adults who do not have a private physician and have a household income of less than 175% of the Federal Poverty Level. Clients must live in the greater Bath-Brunswick area including the towns of Freeport, Brunswick, Harpswell and the Islands, and all of Sagadahoc County. There is no cost for the clinic, however, donations are encouraged and accepted, according to the financial ability of each individual. Care is provided by volunteer healthcare providers Monday through Friday, by appointment only. Every effort is made to assign patients to a consistent Primary Care provider in order to maintain continuity of care.

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Call us at 721-9277 for more information or to see if you are eligible for services.

Dental Clinic

Patient and doctorThe Oasis Dental Clinic is a modern, fully equipped treatment facility which operates out of the Jessie Albert Memorial Dental Center at 171 Congress Avenue in Bath, Maine. The Clinic provides care to adults who do not have access to dental care. The clinic serves uninsured adults living at or below 175% of the Federal Poverty Level. Clients must live in the greater Bath-Brunswick area including the towns of Freeport, Brunswick, Harpswell and the Islands, and all of Sagadahoc County. Referrals and eligibility screening is provided by the Oasis Health Center, Midcoast Hunger Prevention Program and the Bath/Brunswick/Topsham general assistance offices. Appointments are made through the Oasis Health Center office.

We offer:

Call us at 721-9277 for more information or to see if you are eligible for services.

Community Prescription Assistance (CPAP)

Volunteers
The Oasis Community Prescription Assistance Program provides assistance in obtaining free and discounted medication for uninsured and underinsured living at or below the Federal Poverty Level. You must live in the greater Bath-Brunswick area including the towns of Freeport, Durham, Brunswick, Harpswell and the Islands, and all of Sagadahoc County. Patients are referred by their physicians to the Program Coordinator who then determines the best source of assistance and completes all initial and renewal applications for the client.

The Oasis Community Prescription Assistance Program prepares all application request documents, returns all documents for patient and provider signatures, and submits the patient’s completed application to drug companies for processing.

The Program Coordinator also provides follow-ups with the patient and physician when medication is due to be refilled.

Call us at 721-9277 for more information or to see if you or your patients are eligible for services.