We’re on the Move!
We will be moving our Portland office to share space with our partners at OA Center for Orthopaedics, located at 33 Sewall Street – about a mile from our current location. Starting April 6, appointments will be held at this new location. When you arrive at Sewall Street, follow the signs to check-in for MaineOrtho.
I’m a MaineOrtho patient, what does this mean for me?
You can expect the same MaineOrtho care team and expertise, the same services and support, even the same phone number! You will simply be going to a different location to access your care team.
33 Sewall Street, Portland, Maine. Our new main location is about a mile east of our previous location. Located off 295 and in the same building as OA Centers for Orthopaedics. There is convenient parking and a covered patient drop-off area at our main entrance. Some patients will see physicians at one of our satellite office locations. You will be notified of appointment location prior to the appointment date. For questions regarding your appointment, please call 207.774.5113.
The move will not affect the cost of your care. If you have any questions or concerns about billing, please feel free to reach out to our accounts receivable staff at 207.774.5113.
Yes! All Spectrum Healthcare Partners divisions participate with the same insurers. You can find a full list of insurances we participate with on our website, at spectrumhcp.com/patient-resources/pay-your-bill
No. The referral is specific to our practice, not the physical location.
Yes! The choice is always yours. However, if you’re interested in receiving physical therapy conveniently at the same 33 Sewall Street location, you can contact that team at 207.828.2121.
Your medical records are electronic and we will have them at our new location. The same applies to imaging studies.
Beginning April 6, 2020, our new main permanent location will be at 33 Sewall Street. There will be signs to direct you where to park and where to go to check-in for your appointment.
I’m an OA patient, what does this mean for me?
As an OA patient, you will notice very little change. Access to our providers will remain the same, as will our phone numbers and contact information. When you arrive for your appointment, there will be signs to indicate where both OA and MO patients should go to check-in. Unless otherwise directed, OA patients will use Entrance A. The check-in location and process remains the same.