About Goodall Hospital
Mission: To serve as a leader in improving the health and well-being of the communities we serve.
Vision: Promote a positive patient experience through quality, accountability, care and respect.
Values: Employees operate wtih C.A.R.E.: Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Empowerment.
Goodall Hospital is a national award-winning community health system that includes a 58-bed acute care hospital in Sanford, Maine, four eldercare sites and services, and primary and specialty care services in Sanford, Kennebunk, and Waterboro.
Founded in 1928 by the Goodall family, the Hospital today offers state-of-the art health care services and serves as the primary health care resource for its community.
Goodall Hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission, licensed by the state of Maine, and is a member of Southern Maine Health Care and the MaineHealth System.
For thousands of southern Maine families, “care starts here,” which means that the Goodall organization prevents, diagnoses, treats and comforts patients through all stages of life. And when medically necessary, we refer.
Commitment to quality of care and patient safety
Goodall’s formal quality improvement program, which involves every employee and department of the hospital, emphasizes teamwork and communication to achieve the Joint Commission’s Patient Safety Goals for reducing errors and providing optimum care for all patients. Quality teams representing multiple disciplines work together on a number of initiatives, including fall reduction, assessment, medication error reduction, and rapid response to improve the patient/family experience.
Customer/patient satisfaction is measured through surveys and feedback and is shared with staff at all levels of the organization. Our goal: the best possible outcomes for every patient.
Commitment to a networked medical community
A key component of Goodall’s commitment to our community is the investment in information technology that provides patient results to the medical staff from all points of contact. A new Patient Archival Computer System (PACS) allows physicians immediate access to digital images via high definition computers screens. Electronic medical records were implemented in our nursing areas over a year ago, and a new computerized pharmacy system allows prescription tracking, electronic ordering and improved safety. A new initiative now underway will eventually link all providers electronically for improved efficiency and patient safety.
Goodall Hospital is comprised of the hospital; outpatient service centers in Sanford, Waterboro and Kennebunk; Goodall Health Partners, a physician and specialty group with offices located in Sanford and Waterboro; The Medical Group, a multi-specialty physician group in Kennebunk; five long term care facilities; a Wellness Center that provides Rehabilitation Services (also offered in Waterboro & Kennebunk) and Occupational Health (also offered in Kennebunk); and programs that reach out into homes, schools and businesses.
As a nonprofit community hospital, Goodall’s surgical services include general surgery; orthopedic surgery; eye surgery; ear, nose & throat (ENT) surgery; gynecology; breast surgery; biopsies; and more.
Our inpatient nursing units specialize in medical/surgical care, obstetrics and gynecology care, and more intensive special care. The hospital offers complete maternity and obstetrics services, and operates two pain management clinics (Sanford & Kennebunk).
With accessibility in mind, MRI, CT, ultrasound and complete radiology services are located adjacent to the hospital’s new emergency department as well as in Kennebunk.
Goodall’s growing medical staff includes primary care physicians and many specialists including Pulmonolgy, Podiatry, Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine, Orthopedic Surgery, and Gastroenterology & Digestive Disesases, whose credentials and training inspire confidence in our patients and are a source of pride to the organization.
To view a list of our providers and specialties, please click here.
Goodall Professional Park is a large multi-service medical office building in Waterboro, Maine. With accessibility in mind, the Waterboro facility houses Goodall Express, a walk-in health care clinic, and three Goodall Health Partners’ physician practices: orthopedics, family medicine and obstetrics/gynecology. Additionally, the facility offers diagnostic imaging, laboratory services and physical and occupational therapy. Specialty services, including ear, nose & throat (ENT); and physiatry are also available in this building, as is Good For All Pharmacy, a private retail pharmacy.
Goodall Health Center in Kennebunk, Maine opened in September 2008, and is home to The Medical Group, a multi-disciplinary physician practice operated by Goodall Hospital; Goodall Occupational Health Center; and a variety of outpatient treatment and diagnostic services including diagnostic imaging, and a laboratory.
Goodall Outpatient Services, also located in Goodall Health Center, opened in September 2009, and brings much needed services to the Kennebunk community. From blood tests to x-rays, pain management to sleep studies and rehabilitation services to minor procedures, Goodall Outpaient Services has it all.
Goodall Eldercare Services includes 175 long-term, assisted living, and specialized care beds for seniors in the community. Alzheimer’s and dementia units, adult day care, and respite care are also provided.
Goodall Health Partners, a multi-location group practice, provides family medicine, orthopedics, women’s health, surgical services, and otolaryngology (ENT), with offices in Sanford and Waterboro.
The Cancer Care Center of York County, a collaboration among Goodall Hospital, Maine Medical Center and Southern Maine Medical Center, offers chemotherapy and radiation oncology in a beautiful, state-of-the-art facility located in Sanford.
The Medical Group, a multi-disciplinary physician group, provides family medicine, women’s health, fracture care, osteopathic manipulation and pain management.
Occupational Health Centers, with two locations to service your business health.