When you make St. Andrews Village your home, you and your loved ones have the peace of mind that comes from knowing LincolnHealth’s full continuum of care will meet all of your needs should they ever change.
Our Continuum of Care
LincolnHealth is an award-winning health care system with campuses in the coastal communities of Boothbay Harbor and Damariscotta. The St. Andrews Campus houses an Urgent Care, Diagnostics and Lab services, Physical Rehab, and the Coulombe Center for Health Improvement. The Miles Campus, where Schooner Cove is located, is also home to a hospital and multi-specialty physician practices. Both campuses offer a full continuum of senior living options and health care services.
Skilled Nursing Rehabilitation — The new Zimmerli Pavilion is the best way for people to recover from a disabling illness, surgery or injury. Comprehensive services include 24hr Skilled Nursing Care, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy and Social Services.
Assisted Living — Assisted Living offers private studio and one-bedroom apartments that allow residents to live as independently as possible with the safety and security of knowing that help is always available.
Memory Care — Safe Havens Memory Care is a secure, peaceful, and caring community for individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or other memory loss-related conditions.
Long-Term Care — The Gregory Wing provides individualized, quality long-term care to residents in need of support services 24 hours a day.
Home Health & Hospice —MaineHealth Care at Home offers a wide range of home health services and therapy programs for adults.
“I have been very fortunate to live in an apartment in Independent Living for many winters. My wife lived in Gregory Wing long-term care for several years. Visiting her every day, I had a good chance to observe the total operation of the Village. Honestly, all staff members are extremely cooperative and always willing to answer my requests. In addition, the food is the best and the care is excellent. Nowhere else can I find such a wonderful place to live and get the necessary care my wife needed.” – John Druce