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September 8, 2021

Martin's Point Health Care prepares to open at Brunswick Landing

Courtesy / Martin's Point Martin's Point Health Care, whose primary care center at Brunswick Landing is shown here under construction, will pay over $22 million to settle Medicare fraud allegations.

Portland-based Martin’s Point Health Care Inc. on Tuesday said it’s on track to open a new, 54,000-square-foot health care center in Brunswick in October, replacing two smaller facilities.

The new site, at 114 Bath Road in Brunswick, will provide primary and specialty care services and will open Oct. 12, according to a press release. The nonprofit health care organization joins a growing number of businesses and other employers on the converted naval air station.

About 30 physicians and other providers will move to the new site from existing Martin’s Point centers on Baribeau Drive and Farley Road in Brunswick.

"Merging our existing Brunswick practices under one roof in a convenient, central location will help us create a more integrated and focused health care experience for our Brunswick-area patients and providers," said Dr. David Howes, Martin's Point president and CEO.

"And, with the growing health care needs in the midcoast region, our new, larger facility will provide the space and resources to offer even better service, greater access, and expanded offerings of care to our current and new patients from the surrounding area."

Construction on the new facility began in early 2020. Designed by SMRT Architects and Engineers and constructed by PC Construction, the new center nearly doubles the combined space of the existing Brunswick sites. 

Courtesy / Martin's Point
The 54,000-square-foot Brunswick Landing branch of Martin's Point Health Care, shown in this rendering, is scheduled to open Oct. 12.

Dan McCormack, chief operating officer of Martin's Point Delivery System, said, "The innovative design includes welcoming spaces for patients and staff — indoors and out — including a healing garden, community center, rooftop deck and backyard.

“And we were sure to incorporate green-design features including solar panels, electric car charging stations, bike storage, and high-efficiency plumbing, electrical, and heating systems to reduce our long-term environmental impact."

In addition to its two Brunswick branches, Martin’s Point currently operates centers in Biddeford, Gorham, Portland, Scarborough and Portsmouth, N.H. Martin’s Point also runs Medicare Advantage plans in Maine and New Hampshire and TRICARE Prime health plans providing military benefits in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York and Pennsylvania.

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