Please Excuse Our Longer Call Wait Times

As we answer increased patient calls due to COVID-19, we apologize for any longer-than-average call wait times you may experience. Currently we offer COVID-19 testing for Martin's Point Health Care Center Patients. Non-patients visit 211maine.org or Call 211 for testing site information.

Martin’s Point Health Care Centers

MyMartinsPoint® Patient Portal

We encourage you to log in to the MyMartinsPoint® patient portal as an alternative way to reach your provider, request an appointment, view lab results, and review/pay bills. Click on the link above to log in to your existing portal account or to register to create a new account.

We’re here for you.

As your partner in health, we follow CDC guidelines to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and want you to know that we’re here for you. Our #1 priority has always been your health and well-being, and this is especially true during the current coronavirus pandemic.

Important information for all Martin's Point Health Care Center visitors

Please wear a mask when visiting our Health Care Centers.

For the safety of our patients and staff, we ask all those entering our Health Care Centers for any reason to please wear a face mask. Any type of mask that covers the nose and mouth is acceptable, including homemade masks. Thank you for doing your part to care for our community.

Please expect a COVID-19 temperature screening.

All visitors will receive COVID-19 temperature screenings upon entry into our Health Care Centers.

Limit the number of people in our Health Care Centers.  

Please ask others in your party to wait outside the building during your appointment, when possible. (We understand that some patients may require a family member or friend to join their appointment.)

What to do if you start to feel sick:

Please DO NOT go straight to a any health care facility if you:

  • Have a fever, cough or difficulty breathing; AND;
  • Have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19; OR
  • Have recently traveled to a CDC-DESIGNATED active outbreak area. Call us first.
  • ALWAYS CALL FIRST so the facility can prepare for your arrival and determine if you need to be tested for COVID-19.

Need to reach us?

MyMartinsPoint® Patient Portal

We encourage you to log in to the MyMartinsPoint® patient portal as an alternative way to reach your provider. If you have questions, please send a secure message through the patient portal or call your Martin’s Point provider.

If you have questions, please call your Martin’s Point provider.

Location Phone
Biddeford
207-283-1441
Brunswick-Baribeau Drive 207-798-4050
Brunswick-Farley Road   207-725-8079
Gorham 207-839-2559
Portland 207-828-2402
Portsmouth, NH 603-431-5154

Scarborough

207-799-8596

Need a Prescription Refill? Contacting your pharmacy directly is often the fastest way to request a refill on your prescriptions, even when your original prescription has expired. 

Telehealth visits are now available.

Martin’s Point offers telehealth services, giving our providers the ability to assess and treat patients over the phone or using televideo, when appropriate. When approved by our medical staff, you may use telehealth visits as a replacement for some in-person office visits. Please contact your provider’s office through MyMartinsPoint® patient portal and ask if a telehealth visit might be best for your situation.

Travel and holiday safety during COVID-19

As we all prepare for a holiday season that promises to be like no other, we urge you to stay safe and take good care of your families, your friends, and yourselves. With cases of COVID-19 spiking across the country, including here in Maine and New Hampshire, it will be especially important to follow safety practices at any gatherings—masking, social distancing, hand-washing, etc.—and adhere to any travel restrictions that may apply to your plans.

Do not travel if you have any symptoms of COVID-19 or if you have been around anyone who has had symptoms or a known diagnosis.  Please remember that travel to or receiving guests from certain states may trigger quarantine or testing requirements.

The Maine.gov COVID Response page and New Hampshire.gov COVID Response page contain the most up-to-date information on these travel issues and more.  

The CDC COVID Data Tracker also contains state-by-state data on COVID-19.

For the safest holidays, we urge you to plan on limiting gatherings to those you normally live with. Whether gathering in person or online, we hope you’ll be able to enjoy the company of those who bring meaning and joy to these annual celebrations!

We’re here to help you stay informed and healthy. 

We understand that the COVID-19 situation can create concern. You can take comfort knowing that we are working closely with health care organizations and government agencies to follow the most current recommendations for testing and treating cases of COVID-19.

Staying informed and following recommendations can help reduce worry. As the current situation evolves, we’re committed to providing you with the up-to-date information and guidance you need to help keep yourself and our community healthy.