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Directions to Rehabilitation Services

Mid Coast Hospital Rehab MapNOTE: The portion of interstate I-95 that approaches Brunswick was renamed to I-295 in January 2004. Many road maps will still show it as I-95. Exit 22 has been renumbered to Exit 28 as well.

Coming from the South (Brunswick, Freeport, Yarmouth, Portland)

  • Take Exit 28 (Brunswick) off I-295 North (formerly I-95 Exit 22). This will put you on Pleasant Street-Route 1.
  • Follow signs for “U.S. Route 1—Bath.” (This will involve a left turn at laundromat.)
  • Take the Cook’s Corner exit off Route 1. Get in the left lane, and at the traffic light, turn left onto Bath Road.
  • 310 Bath Road is one mile down Bath Road on the right.

Coming from the North (Bath, Woolwich, Wiscasset, Damariscotta)

  • Follow U.S. Route 1 across the Sagadahoc Bridge into Bath. Continue south.
  • Take New Meadows Road Exit. Turn left at the end of the exit ramp. Proceed to stop sign at State Road. Turn Right.
  • 310 Bath Road is 1.7 miles on your left.

Coming from the West (Topsham, Lisbon Falls)

  • Follow Rte. 196 to the Coastal Connector. Stay in the left lane to Bath, U.S. Route 1.
  • Take the Cook’s Corner exit off Route 1. Get in the left lane, and at the traffic light, turn left onto Bath Road.
  • 310 Bath Road is one mile down Bath Road on the right.
 
 
 
   
 

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