WASHINGTON, D.C. — Eighteen health centers throughout Maine have been awarded a total of $4,732,797 to purchase, administer, and expand capacity for COVID-19 testing, according to a news release.
This investment in Maine’s health centers was included in the $480 billion bipartisan agreement that was signed into law last month, which included $25 billion for COVID-19 testing efforts.
The funding was allocated as follows:
Bucksport Regional Health Center was awarded $197,449.
D.F.D. Russell Medical Center, Inc., was awarded $202,789.
Eastport Health Care Inc., was awarded $158,014.
Fish River Rural Health was awarded $205,429.
Harrington Family Health Center was awarded $143,914.
Health Access Network, Inc., was awarded $265,624.
Healthreach Community Health Centers was awarded $513,739.
Islands Community Medical Services, Inc., of Vinalhaven was awarded $120,994.
Katahdin Valley Health Center, was awarded $336,769.
Maine Mobile Health Program, Inc., was awarded $116,224.
Penobscot Community Health Center was awarded $1,074,859.
Pines Health Services was awarded $326,134.
Portland Community Health Center was awarded $232,339.
Regional Medical Center at Lubec was awarded $145,024.
Sacopee Valley Health Center was awarded $182,794.
Saint Croix Regional Family Health Center was awarded $146,974.
Sebasticook Family Doctors was awarded $184,624.
York County Community Action Corporation was awarded $179,104.