Grand Rounds Conferences

MaineGeneral Medical Center's (MGMC) Grand Rounds Conferences generally focus on one clinical issue, the treatment decisions involved with it and how those decisions affect patient care.

Through the presentation of research-based knowledge, participants can apply the knowledge to their clinical practices.

Medical staff of MGMC and its affiliates, Maine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency residents, nurse practitioner and physician assistant medical students and all other MaineGeneral Health staff have the opportunity to discuss:

  • Updates in diagnosis and treatment of various disease, treatments and procedures;
  • Updates in medical research; and
  • Medical issues critical to Maine, MGMC and our patient population.

Grand Rounds Schedule

Grand Rounds Conferences are held on the first, third and fourth Thursdays of the month (noon to 1 p.m.) at the Alfond Center for Health (ACH) in Augusta (Lobby Level, Conference Rooms 2 & 3) and broadcast to the Thayer Center for Health (TCH) in Waterville (Dean Auditorium) and some outlying campuses.

They are held at the TCH on the second Thursday of the month and broadcast to the ACH and outlying campuses.

Who Attends?

In Augusta and Waterville, Grand Rounds Conferences usually are attended by family medicine physicians, hospitalists, internists, specialists, resident physicians, medical students and ancillary staff.

Conferences broadcast to outlying campuses are usually attended by family medicine physicians, resident physicians and ancillary staff.

Monthly Calendar

Questions?

Contact Janet Bolduc at (207) 626-1325 or by email.