Covid-19

During this pandemic, RDNA is providing nursing services with safety adjustments, precautions and protocols.  Elderly and medically vulnerable residents are particularly susceptible to Covid-19.  RDNA non-acute, in-home nursing services are essential for these neighbors, and are the definition of “flattening the curve.”  

Keeping our neighbors safely out of higher-level facilities is important not only to their well-being, but to the sustainability of our health care system.  While the community opens up and we all learn to live with this new reality, it is critical that these services remain available, accessible and affordable.

RDNA thanks all who help keep our nurses safely visiting.

We stand strong because of you ~ our families, friends, health care and EMS colleagues, and especially our clients.

For 90 years…

RDNA has provided non-acute, in-home nursing and community health services to residents of Rockland, Maine and surrounding midcoast communities.  As part of the Rockland area health and safety infrastructure, RDNA reaches neighbors otherwise without access to this nursing care.  This small, independent agency is built on the vision of serving each other today to ensure a healthier community for tomorrow.  

RDNA is a 501(c )(3) organization.  Donations cover the majority of the budget, keeping fees affordable and services accessible.  RDNA receives no Medicare, MaineCare, or insurance reimbursements.  

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Advocating independence, health & well-being, RDNA

  • strives for client independence in a safe home environment
  • seeks to keep clients in their homes for as long as possible
  • encourages the promotion of individual, family and community health
  • works collaboratively with other community health and social service agencies