Brewer, ME – (February 3, 2014) – On February 1, the LiveSAFE programs of Charles A Dean Memorial Hospital, Inland Hospital, Eastern Maine Medical Center, and Rosscare consolidated under one name, EMHS LiveSAFE.
The Sylvia Ross Home is a warm and inviting assisted living facility located at Ross Manor in Bangor. Now, through the Sylvia Ross Legacy Program, which provides financial assistance to eligible residents, more people are able to call Sylvia Ross “home.”
Congrats to Kristy Thibodeau, administrator at Stillwater Health Care in Bangor, and Shannon Coro, administrator for Lakewood in Waterville! Both Kristy and Shannon are recognized by the American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA) with the 2014 Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award.
"We had an experience with a chimney fire. Without your expert help we could have had an extensive fire. You called the fire department and it was extinguished promptly. Thank you very much."
"I would like to thank LiveSAFE for their service. I have seizures and have had to use LiveSAFE to call for help. If it wasn’t for LiveSAFE, I would not have had the help to take me to the hospital and this might have cost me my life."
"I am a diabetic and having LiveSAFE makes me feel safe. When my blood sugar levels fluctuate and I need help quick, I know I can depend on LiveSAFE."
"I appreciate the secure feeling I get, especially at night. Even though I have relatives within a few miles, they do not answer their phones always and sometimes “speed is of the essence” so I feel safe with my personal emergency “help” button which I carry with me."
"…At the push of a button the ambulance was there in seconds. It is a wonderful service."
"At 2:30 am, I fell in the bathroom and managed to drag myself to the bedroom. I was not able to get up and get help. After this situation, a friend told me about LiveSAFE. I have told two or three others about LiveSAFE since then."
Margaret (Peggy), Bangor