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Patient procedures will be scheduled by their surgeon. At most of our practice locations, Spectrum Healthcare Partners has been acknowledged as the only provider which meets the institution’s high standard of care. At some locations, there may be more than one anesthesiology group providing services. To ensure that your patient receives one of our anesthesiologists, you should specifically request the hospital to schedule a Spectrum anesthesiologist.

If the patient has concerns about their anesthetic and feel that these issues cannot be addressed in the normal preoperative interview, Spectrum anesthesiologists are available to speak with them. They may set up an appointment for a telephone discussion or a face-to-face meeting by calling your hospital’s main number, during regular working hours, and request to be connected to the Anesthesiology Department. An administrative assistant will take the patient’s name, telephone number, and any other pertinent information, and an anesthesiologist will return their call.

Specific anesthesiologist requests can be handled either through the physician/surgeon’s office or by calling the hospital’s Anesthesiology Department directly. We will make every attempt to honor your patient’s request.


Our orthopaedic specialists serve areas throughout Central, Southern and Western Maine including: Auburn, Bridgton, Brunswick, Falmouth, Farmington, Norway, Portland, Rumford, Saco and Windham. We have providers who work out of Central Maine OrthopaedicsFalmouth Orthopaedic CenterMaineOrtho and OA Centers for Orthopaedics.

For more information regarding orthopaedic and physical therapy services please visit our orthopaedics page.


Patient Information

Patients are scheduled for tests through their physician’s office. A physician must order all pathology tests. Your physician will also provide you with results of your test.

Physician Information

Out-patient laboratory tests may be scheduled through the laboratory at one of our sites of service. Physicians interested in ordering a consultation should contact any pathologist.

Radiation Oncology

Your appointment with a Spectrum radiation oncologist will most likely be scheduled by your treating physician. Patients may self-refer as well, however, to discuss how radiation therapy may fit into their overall plan of care. Spectrum radiation oncologists practice at six locations in Maine. Appointments may be scheduled by calling the treatment center. Please let us know if you would like your appointment with a specific radiation oncologist.

  • Cancer Care Center of York County, Sanford (207) 459-1601
  • Coastal Cancer Treatment Center, Bath (207) 443-5866
  • Maine Medical Center, Portland Campus (207) 662-2276
  • Maine Medical Center, Scarborough Campus (207) 885-7500

Your first appointment will always be for an initial consultation.


Your exam or procedure will be scheduled by your physician’s office. By having your test or exam at a hospital or facility where Spectrum Radiology provides services, you are assured of receiving the highest quality care possible.

Referring physicians may speak with a radiologist at any time by calling the main number at the hospital and requesting to be connected to the Radiology Department. Spectrum radiologists are always available for consultation on any patient being scheduled for an exam or procedure, to discuss the best exam for a given clinical problem, or to review the results of a completed test in more depth.

Vascular & Interventional

Spectrum Vascular & Interventional Radiologists practice statewide at hospitals in Maine which include Eastern Maine Medical Center, Maine Medical Center, St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center, and Southern Maine Health Care – Biddeford Campus.

In addition, the Southern Vascular & Interventional Radiologists of Spectrum Healthcare Partners have an offsite, free-standing office at 33 Sewall Street in Portland, Maine.  Office hours are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. A consultation or follow-up visit may be booked by calling 207-956-6650. If you ever feel you are experiencing a medical emergency, do not hesitate to call, regardless of day or hour.

Office Visit Information

When you call for an appointment, the scheduler will ask for the following information:

  • Patient Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Address
  • Home Telephone
  • Work Telephone
  • Brief description of the reason for the appointment
  • Primary Care Physician
  • Insurance or HMO information

Spectrum will send a confirmation letter with the date, time, location, instructions and forms for your appointment. Spectrum’s scheduler will call you 1-3 days in advance of your appointment. Please read and complete the following forms prior to your appointment:

  • Patient Medical History Questionnaire
  • Patient Information Form
  • Spectrum Healthcare Partners Notice of Privacy Practices

Preparing for your office visit

Please assist us by bringing the following items to your appointment:

  • Patient Medical History Questionnaire
  • Patient Information Form
  • Referral Form (for HMO Insurance if required)
  • Insurance Cards
  • Relevant information about your medical and surgical history (if not forwarded by your doctor)
  • Most recent imaging films and reports (x-rays, CT, MRI, US)
  • Most recent laboratory study

Cancellation or Rescheduling Appointment

Please call us as soon as you realize you must reschedule or cancel. To allow other patients the opportunity to take your appointment, notify us within 48 hours of your appointment. If you are running late for your appointment, please call the site where you are schedule to provide your estimated time of arrival.

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