About Us

Bangor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center (BRNC) was founded by the Bangor city fathers in 1827 and has a long and storied history of serving greater Bangor’s residents. In 1969, the facility which had been operation as a hospital, relocated to the former Dow Air Force Base. The Air Force deeded the building to the city of Bangor, providing an excellent venue to better serve the long-term care needs of the community. Today, BRNC is a member of Covenant Health, New England’s largest non-profit post-acute care provider. It is a 60-bed, licensed, non-profit community committed to the health and well-being of the whole person, providing exceptional skilled nursing care, both for long-term and short-term stays, as well as memory care for residents in private and semi-private rooms. Our interdisciplinary and skilled team focuses on personalized, compassionate care for our patients, residents and families.

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Reasons to Choose Bangor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center

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