Medical Facilities Unit

The Federal CDC’s newly created webpage, provides all-hazards resources intended for individuals at healthcare facilities tasked with ensuring that their facility is as prepared as possible for an emergency. The healthcare facilities targeted by this page include hospitals, long-term acute and chronic care facilities, outpatient clinics and urgent care facilities, physicians' offices, and pediatric offices and hospitals.


Adopted Rules Governing the Maine Registry of Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA Registry) 10-144 CMR Chapter 128


Licensed Maine hospitals provide a broad range of medical services to sick, injured, or pregnant patients. Hospitals protect patients’ rights and assure patients receive appropriate health care. Maine hospitals provide inpatient care to people who require close medical monitoring. Hospitals also may provide outpatient care to people who need treatment but not constant medical attention.

Public Law 2009, Chapter 350, was enacted and became effective in September 2009. This law requires the department to post the Federal Internal Revenue Service Form 990 and all related disclosable schedules for each hospital licensed in the state and filed with the department as required in 22 M.R.S.A.§ 1819-A.

Within five months after the end of their fiscal year, or five months after the applicable forms have been filed with the Internal Revenue Service, hospitals must submit the required documents to the department.

Additional information may be obtained by contacting the DHHS, Division of Licensing and Regulatory Services at 1-800-791-4080, via e-mail at dlrs.con@maine.gov, or TDD Maine relay 711.