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Public Health

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BPHCS provides specialized health services that fill gaps in the region.
All programs are staffed with registered nurses. Click on the title of each section to go to the specific service page.


  • Routine vaccines
  • State provided vaccines for children age 18 and under
  • Select state provided vaccines for uninsured adults
  • Rabies pre-exposure series
  • Walk-in hours, or by appointment
  • Friendly, expert clinical staff

Maternal and Child Health Nurse Home Visit Program

  • Free home visits by registered nurses for Bangor residents
  • Up to date health information on pregnancy, postpartum and child health
  • Checks of unborn baby’s heartbeat and the mother’s blood pressure
  • Breastfeeding support by Lactation Counselors
  • Guidance and support for caring for children 0-5
  • Home safety suggestions including safe sleep for infants

STD/I Testing

  • Confidential testing
  • Walk-in hours, or by appointment
  • Screenings for Chlamydia/Gonorrhea and Syphilis
  • HIV oral swabs
  • Condoms
  • Support and referrals

TB Testing and Reading

  • Pre-employment testing
  • School or clinical requirements
  • One and two step testing offered
  • QuantiFERON-TB Gold testing offered
  • Testing offered on Monday Walk-in Clinic with readings on following Wednesday Clinic
  • Testing can also be done by appointment


  • Check your immunization status through blood testing
  • Pre-employment titers
  • School/clinical requirements
  • Hepatitis A and B
  • MMR (Measles/Mumps/Rubella)
  • Rabies
  • Varicella (Chickenpox)

Travel Medicine

  • Recommended/required vaccines for travel
  • Health guidance tailored to your itinerary
  • Peace of mind for a safe, healthy trip!


Jennifer Doyle, RN, CLC
207-992-4554 (office)
Referral Line: 207-992-4549