BELGRADE – Staff at the Belgrade Regional Health Center welcome Andrew Twaite, FNP, to the practice this January. Andrew brings a wealth of experience in rural patient care. He looks forward to providing his services to the communities of the Belgrade Lakes region.
Andrew obtained his master’s degree in Nursing from the University of Southern Maine in Portland, and his undergraduate degree in Nursing from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Worchester, MA. He also completed his bachelor’s degree in Medical Biology at the University of New England in Biddeford. Andrew will be a welcome addition to the HealthReach team.
Andrew joins an experienced and enthusiastic care team that includes physician Amy Madden, nurse practitioners Jennifer Caudell and Katie Gillihan, psychiatric nurse practitioner Theresa Rush, and licensed clinical social worker Rita Alfonso LaBarbera. Our clinicians offer medical and behavioral health services and proudly serve patients of all ages. Our patients include residents of Augusta, Waterville, Rome, Oakland, Sidney, Vassalboro, Readfield, Manchester, Mount Vernon, and neighboring towns.
Belgrade Regional Health Center is a part of HealthReach Community Health Centers, a group of twelve Federally Qualified Health Centers located across Central and Western Maine. Dedicated clinicians deliver high quality medical and behavioral healthcare to citizens from 9 of Maine’s 16 counties. To ensure access for everyone, HealthReach accepts Medicare, MaineCare, and major insurance providers. In addition, an Affordable Care Program is available to both uninsured and underinsured residents. Assistance is available for applications to programs that help with the cost of your healthcare and medications, including the Health Insurance Marketplace.
A private non-profit with a 47-year history, HealthReach is funded by patient fees, grants, and by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $4,815,606, with 82.2% financed by non-governmental sources. The contents above are those of the author, and do not necessarily represent the official views of or an endorsement by, HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government.