Pen Bay Medical Center (PBMC) welcomes Jude Stevens, DNP, as the organization continues to grow the number of primary care providers serving its coastal communities.
Before joining PBMC, Stevens delivered primary care to adults, adolescents and older adults in northern Vermont. Other clinical interests include affirmative care for LGBTQI individuals and communities and integrative care.
Stevens earned a doctor of nursing practice degree from the University of Vermont and has provided primary care to rural populations in a number of settings in Vermont, including at the Swanton Health Center in Swanton.
Stevens is accepting new patients.
To make an appointment, call Pen Bay Internal Medicine at 301-5800. PBMC has put in place strict protocols to ensure that all of its facilities are an even safer place for patients to receive their health care during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to PBMC, in a news release.
“PBMC, along with Waldo County General Hospital, is growing its team of primary care providers as one of the best ways to realize its vision of making our communities the healthiest in America,” said PBMC. “In support of this vision, PBMC has also built a new Health Center on its Rockport campus to house all of its primary care practices. Construction is wrapping up, and PBMC expects to welcome its first patients at the new facility in December.”
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Pen Bay Medical Center is part of MaineHealth, a not-for-profit integrated health system consisting of nine local hospital systems, a comprehensive behavioral healthcare network, diagnostic services, home health agencies, and more than 1,600 employed and independent physicians working together through an Accountable Care Organization. With more than 19,000 employees, MaineHealth is the largest health system in northern New England and provides preventive care, diagnosis and treatment to 1.1 million residents in Maine and New Hampshire. For more information, please visit pbmc.org.