RDNA provides non-acute, in-home nursing and community health services to residents in the midcoast Maine communities listed. Nursing visits are made by licensed nursing professionals (Licensed Practical Nurses or Registered Nurses). Individuals, families, and health care providers are encouraged to contact the office to discuss RDNA’s services. A physician’s plan of care is required for all services provided.
In the community, RDNA offers monthly blood pressure clinics in Thomaston and Rockland. In 2010, RDNA joined the Rockland Police Department in hosting the first unwanted medication collection event in Knox County, and numerous collections since. Participation in blood pressure clinics and unwanted medication events is free of charge to attendees. Please visit RDNA’s Facebook page for upcoming clinics and unwanted medication collections.
So as to remain flexible, efficient and responsive to the needs of residents who might otherwise not have access to care, RDNA does not accept Medicare/MaineCare or insurance payments. Fees are kept as reasonable as possible. Financial assistance is available, and all clients are asked to pay towards the cost of their care.