Northern Light Mercy Primary Care

385 Route One
Northern Light Mercy Health Center
Yarmouth, ME 04096

Hours of Operation


8 am – 5 pm


8 am – 5 pm


8 am – 5 pm


8 am – 5 pm


8 am – 5 pm



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The best healthcare matches patient health and wellness goals with the quality and convenience to fit their lifestyle. At the Northern Light Mercy Health Center in Yarmouth, our providers work with patients at any stage of life to create a wellness plan based on their unique needs. Our health center in Yarmouth offers primary care, pediatric care, and lab and imaging services under one roof.

Primary care – Our care team in Yarmouth represents a patient-centered medical home model, supporting you with a long-term relationship focused on your lifelong health and well-being. We prioritize primary care access for individuals and families in the communities we serve, offering new patient appointments within 30 days, existing patient appointments within a week, and same day sick appointments.

Click here to access forms for new primary care patients. We request that these be completed prior to your first appointment, as this information will help us deliver the most comprehensive care.

Pediatrics – Patients can make appointments in Yarmouth to see Elena Wagner, PNP, of Mercy Hospital’s Dr. Harry E. Davis Pediatric Center in Portland. To establish as a new patient or to schedule an appointment, please call our pediatric office directly at 207-553-6767.

Radiology and laboratory – Services are offered onsite, so patients can access medical tests, x-rays, and procedures in one convenient location.

Connection to an integrated system of care – Our health center in Yarmouth is part of Northern Light Health – the most expansive integrated healthcare system in Maine. If the need arises, we can provide you with direct access to specialty physician practices at Mercy Hospital, which has been serving the greater Portland community for 100 years.