Houlton Regional Hospital - Quality Care Delivered by Exceptional People

Our staff is here to help you with a broad range of healthcare services, from prevention to management and treatment of your medical issues.



Current Maine CDC Guidelines are for ages 16+.     If  you need assistance booking your appointment please call the Aroostook Area Agency on Aging at 764-3396. 

Important notice about our upcoming COVID-19 Vaccination clinics.

Houlton Regional Hospital will offer:

Moderna Vaccine Clinics for individuals age 18 and up.

May 11th, 18th,and 25th  from 8 am to 10 am. (Tuesdays)

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Clinics for individuals age 18 and up.

May 13th , 20th, 27th from 1 pm to 3pm. (Thursdays)

Each clinic date will have 20 available appointments.


Please register and select a time that works best for you. 

If you need assistance with the online registration process please contact our partner at the Aroostook Area Agency on Aging at 764-3396.

Online registration is strongly encouraged, however “walk ins” will be accepted based on availability.

Please bring your ID and insurance information with you. There will be no out of pocket expense.

If you have questions about whether you should be vaccinated due to health concerns, please contact your Primary Care Provider.

Houlton Regional Hospital . . . Exceptional Care, Compassionate People!

Attention Parents: For any parents looking to get Covid-19 Vaccine for their 16, 17, or 18 old. There are currently available appointments at Walgreens in Houlton with Pfizer vaccine, which is approved for this age group. Please go on the Walgreens website to register. https://www.walgreens.com/findcare/vaccination/covid-19?ban=covid_vaccine1_landing_schedule

Here’s the latest Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine EUA Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers.

Here is the latest Johnson&Johnson Covid-19 Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers


During this time of increased COVID activity in our area, please minimize in-person visits to the hospital for Medical Records and Patient Accounts purposes.  Houlton Regional Hospital offers multiple ways to assist with these needs. 

For Medical Records, call ahead and ask for copies of your records to be mailed to you, or request a quick pick up at the Main Entrance.   The Medical Records Department can be reached at 207-532-2900, x2212.

For Patient Accounts, payments can be made:

  • via mail
  • on our website (www2.houltonregional.org/Billing)
  • in the black lockbox outside the hospital main entrance, or
  • over the phone 

We are pleased to mail a receipt for any payment – simply let us know if one is needed.  If you truly need to meet with the Patient Financial Counselor to discuss options, we do ask that you call ahead and schedule an appointment.  This will help us to allow for appropriate social distancing.  Our Patient Financial Counselor can be reached at 207-532-2900, x2282.

Thank You in advance for your assistance with these matters.  Stay Well and Stay Safe!




Pictured above  are Houlton Regional Hospital’s CEO, Shawn Anderson and Chief Operating Officer, Gina Brown, RN. They have placed this banner in honor and recognition of all the HEROES working at Houlton Regional Hospital.  COVID-19 has brought many challenges and they both feel the staff here have worked diligently and stayed strong for our patients and the community; and faced those challenges one by one with courage that is to be admired. Shawn and Gina hope when you see this banner you are as proud of the work being done here as they are!


Coming to Houlton Regional Hospital to obtain a copy of Medical Records, or to Pay a Bill?

At this time we are still asking for everyone to call ahead to request Medical Record Forms. Please call 521-2212. Arrangements will be made for pick up, or they can be mailed or faxed. Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

Houlton Regional Hospital fully supports the philosophy that family visitation is important to the patient’s recovery and well-being, but due to the Pandemic our visitation remains limited.

  • Inpatients may have one designated visitor
  • Visits may occur anytime  between 1:00pm and 6:00pm
  • Visitors must be at least 18 years of age
  • Visitors must gel hands, wear a mask, and be screened at the door for signs of illness
  • Visitors will be given a sticker with their name, the date, and room number they are authorized to visit.
  • Exceptions may be made for visitors of Comfort Care patients and LDRP patients.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we strive to keep HRH a safe place for all who need our services!

Houlton Regional Hospital CEO Shawn Anderson said, “What we’re doing is working. Social distancing, hand washing and hand gelling, and masking are clearly making a positive difference in the spread of coronavirus in Maine. Just because our spread is the lowest in the nation, isn’t cause to ease up on what we’re doing. Let’s keep up the momentum!”

Houlton Regional Hospital
Quality Care delivered by Exceptional People

Today’s Covid-19 Statistics by State

States cases Confirmed cases Recovered cases Death cases
California 3754227 2000938 62174
Texas 2914139 2776104 50719
Florida 2258433 1831455 35559
New York 2112795 1535576 52853
Illinois 1348176 1227426 24483
Pennsylvania 1171863 1050022 26554
Georgia 1107068 933281 20294
Ohio 1080121 1030305 19344
New Jersey 1005938 797178 25740
North Carolina 978566 938740 12738
Michigan 956012 660124 19223
Arizona 866623 829540 17367
Tennessee 852072 828499 12245
Indiana 726600 689531 13379
Massachusetts 694769 656608 17663
Virginia 665332 55001 10874
Wisconsin 601603 585797 6877
Missouri 588760 525099 9387
Minnesota 584227 563364 7282
South Carolina 582506 572948 9558
Alabama 530011 338587 10946
Colorado 519414 396827 6500
Louisiana 461210 450785 10425
Maryland 451267 10274 8822
Oklahoma 449414 439686 6832
Kentucky 447582 51741 6548
Washington 413454 201964 5609
Utah 399374 389102 2219
Iowa 396774 350234 5980
Connecticut 342282 305859 8131
Arkansas 336948 328984 5757
Nevada 317482 294862 5490
Mississippi 312926 301872 7226
Kansas 310115 298180 5000
Nebraska 220933 218684 2249
New Mexico 199054 184057 4089
Oregon 189162 159240 2514
Idaho 188601 108303 2053
West Virginia 155341 145448 2713
Rhode Island 149384 9004 2685
South Dakota 123157 119871 1977
Montana 109588 106953 1580
North Dakota 108218 105707 1499
Delaware 105572 95776 1629
New Hampshire 96134 92974 1311
Alaska 66004 57180 343
Maine 63175 62382 793
Wyoming 58527 57337 710
District Of Columbia 48080 34054 1110
Hawaii 32922 32436 486
Vermont 23296 21007 249
Puerto Rico 252041 111137 2348
Guam 8020 7783 139
United States Virgin Islands 3178 3076 27
Northern Mariana Islands 168 166 2
American Samoa 4 3 0
US Military 289286 275071 347
Veteran Affairs 256520 240939 11841
Federal Prisons 54946 53035 238
Navajo Nation 30565 29213 1282
Grand Princess Ship 122 115 7
Wuhan Repatriated 3 3 0
Diamond Princess Ship 46 46 0
total 33,370,130 26,105,475 594,019

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Houlton Regional Hospital is prepared to keep Caregivers, Patients and the Community Safe DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

As Caregivers at Houlton Regional Hospital continue to be prepared for COVID-19 treatment and screening, our steadfast commitment to safely caring for our Patients, our Staff, and our Medical Staff is our top priority. Houlton Regional Hospital has formed a specialized Pandemic (COVID-19) Response Team, consisting of Infection Control, Emergency Care, Hospital Leadership, Nursing Leadership, Medical Staff Leadership, Facilities, Safety and Security that has been working closely with the Maine CDC and is prepared for any potential case of COVID-19 presenting at the hospital. At present, we ask that each person coming to Houlton Regional Hospital please put on a protective mask prior to entering the hospital. 

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(Information from the Maine CDC)

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Older adults and people of any age with serious chronic medical conditions are at increased risk for severe disease and should consider postponing nonessential travel.

If you have been in contact with someone with COVID-19 or if you have recently (within 14 days) been in a community where there is ongoing spread of COVID-19 and develop symptoms of COVID-19, call your healthcare provider and tell them about your symptoms and your exposure. They will decide whether you need to be tested, but keep in mind that there is no treatment for COVID-19 and people who are mildly ill may be able to isolate and care for themselves at home.

  • If you develop emergency warning signs for COVID-19 get medical attention immediately.
  • Emergency warning signs include*:
    Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
    Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
    New confusion or inability to arouse
    Bluish lips or face 
  • *This list is not all inclusive. Please consult your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning.
    Please notify the ER before bringing in a patient with possible COVID-19 or alert EMS if they are contacted for transport.

 Information From The  National CDC

Information From the Maine CDC

HRH Local Pandemic Line for a recorded update:
(207) 521-2210

Maine CDC resources for COVID-19 information:
* Contact 211 Maine for answers to frequently asked questions on COVID-19
* Dial 211 (or 1-866-811-5695)
* Text your ZIP code to 898-211
* Email info@211maine.org
* 211 is TTY and Video Relay accessible if calling from Maine
* Visit www.maine.gov/dhhs/coronavirus
* Maine Crisis Hotline number for people having a hard time to cope with the current situation (1-888-568-1112)