Midcoast Pediatrics is open seven days a week including holidays and offers hours of operation that meet the needs of your family!
Our regular appointment hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm. Parents may call (207) 721-8333 after 7:30am to schedule an appointment.
Early Morning Walk-In time: Monday through Friday from 6:45am until 7:15am.
This time is for established patients who are ill and cannot wait for an appointment later in the day. Patients may walk in without an appointment at this time.
NO WALK-IN time on the holidays or weekends shown below
2018 Holidays and Days with Altered Office Hours
|New Year’s Day January 1||Thanksgiving Day November 21 CLOSED|
|President’s Day February 19||Day after Thanksgiving November 22|
|Easter April 1||Christmas Eve December 24|
|Memorial Day May 28||Christmas Day December 25 CLOSED|
|Independence Day July 4||Day after Christmas December 26|
|Labor Day September 3||New Year’s Eve December 31|
Weekend appointments can be made for Sick Visits, Well Child Checks and Newborn Weight checks. For same day sick appointments, someone is available to take your call after 7 am on Saturdays and Sundays. Beginning December 2017 we will be seeing patients on weekends from 7:30am-1:30pm.
Holiday appointments are same-day appointments only. We do not schedule in advance of the holiday, and reserve these appointments for sick children only (ie. We do not schedule Well Child Checks or routine follow-up visits on these days). If your child is acutely ill we are happy to see him/her. Someone is available to answer the phone after 8am on holidays.
Medical Advice by Phone
Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 4:30pm
**If you call and leave a message for the nurse to call you back on your cell phone, PLEASE BE SURE YOU HAVE A VOICE MAILBOX SET UP.
Parents may call the office and speak with our Telephone Triage Nurse. Our nurses are RNs with over 40 years of combined medical experience. They are able to answer your medical questions, assist with medication refills and help facilitate and coordinate care between various ancillary services.
Doctors request that parents with requests for refills of medication for ADD/ADHD, other behavioral problems or mental health issues speak with the Triage Nurse.