Goodall Hospital was established in 1928 servicing the families in this area. The mission of the hospital is to serve as a leader in improving the health and well-being of the community. Goodall Hospital is a 58-bed, nonprofit, acute care hospital. The hospital ancillary systems currently experience 144,000 patient encounters each year. For thousands of Southern Maine families, “care starts here,” which means that the Goodall organization prevents, diagnoses, treats and comforts patients through all stages of life. And when medically necessary, they refer.
Goodall Hospital has Health Centers in Waterboro and Kennebunk. There is the June Street Pharmacy, which is located in the Medical Office Building in Sanford, and is a full-service retail pharmacy providing home and office delivery throughout the region. They offer Goodall Eldercare Services, Goodall Health Partners, The Cancer Care Center of York County, The Medical Group and Occupational Health Centers.
Goodall Hospital offers various community services, is committed to quality of care and patient safety and is committed to a network medical community.
The Sanford-Springvale Community has other health-related services that include, but are not limited to: eye care, pediatric services, counseling services, sports medicine, rehabilitation, physical therapy, orthopedic physical therapy, chiropractic services and visiting nurse services, to name a few.