Webhannet Internal Medicine – Wells
We are Webhannet Internal Medicine Associates of York Hospital – a group of providers practicing in Moody, Maine. We formed as a group in 1997 when Dr. Major joined Dr. Gilroy in practice. Dr. Adams joined us in 2001. We have also recently welcomed Nurse Practitioners, Devin Tetler and Sally Carpenter to the team. Please call our practice to learn more about our services and providers.
There is always a Doctor on call 24 hours a day. Our regular office hours are Monday–Friday 8:30 am — 5 pm. If you phone at other times you will get our answering service and they will take a message to have the covering Doctor return your call. If you phone on a weeknight one of our doctors will be covering. On weekends the covering Doctor may be the one to call you back.
Visits with our providers are by appointment only. We prefer that you call to make an appointment or speak with our nurse. If you decide to walk into the office it is likely that you will have to wait until a nurse is available to speak with you. If you are ill, it’s best to first call to speak with a nurse, so that your needs can be addressed and a plan appropriate to your level of urgency can be set up for you.
After you have blood tests done, if the results are normal you will generally not hear back from the nurse. Please feel free to phone us if you are curious about what your specific results are.
When phoning the office the general procedure for handling your call is as follows:
- Receptionist will help you if they are able. If not…
- Receptionist will take your message and have the nurse phone you back. If you are ill you should hear back from the nurse as soon as possible.
- If you are phoning about prescriptions, test results or any other non-urgent matter you will hear back from the nurse by the end of the day. They will certainly call you back as soon as they can.
When leaving any type of form for one of our providers to complete please allow a minimum of 1 week for it to be completed. We will call you when it is available to be picked up.
When making a request for medical records please contact receptionist at the practice. If you are picking the records up yourself please allow 1 week for us to prepare them.
We appreciate advanced notice of your prescription needs. We ask that you call the office to discuss prescription issues rather than stopping by. For your convenience you can now leave the nurse a voice mail with your request. Prescriptions that you request Monday through Thursday will be phoned in within 24 hours. If you phone on a Friday they will be phoned in by 6 pm that evening.
We reserve the right to charge for appointments, cancelled or broken without 24 hours advance notice. If you are late to an appointment please be aware that you may be asked to reschedule your appointment to later the same day or to another day.
Directions: Webhannet Internal Medicine, Moody Office
277 Post Road (Route 1), Moody, Maine 04054
Take I-95 North to Maine. Take the York Exit #7. Take a LEFT at the set of lights to Route 1 North. Travel approximately 9.7 miles on Route 1 North. Webhannet Internal Medicine will be on your RIGHT.
From I-95: take Wells/Sanford exit (#19). Bear left at lights onto Route 109 EAST. Follow to end, bear RIGHT onto Route 1 South. Travel approximately 3.1 miles. Webhannet Internal Medicine will be on your LEFT.
Travel EAST on Route 109 to end. At intersection of Route 109/Route 1, bear RIGHT onto Route 1 South. Travel approximately 3.1 miles. Webhannet Internal Medicine will be on your LEFT.
SAVE THE DATES!
2019 HOLIDAY PARADES & EVENTS
We are happy to report that York Hospital will hit the road, literally, with our 2019 holiday spirit, participating in the holiday parades and events below.
Our theme this year will be more merry
than ever. . . more details about all of these events will be shared in upcoming newsletters. All are encouraged to cheer us on and be part of the festivities! If you are interested in being part of the York Hospital “float-illa” in any of the parades, mark your calendars now and please give a shout out to Friendraising at (207) 351-2385 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- KENNEBUNK • CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING • SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30h
The fun begins at 5p, when York Hospital elves will share holiday whoopie pies in Downtown Kennebunk
while Santa lights the Christmas tree in Kennebunk’s Tibbetts Plaza!
- BREAKFAST WITH SANTA • YORK HOSPITAL CAFE • FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6th
Ho! Ho! Ho! Santa Claus will stop in for a breakfast buffet in York Hospital’s Dining Room on Friday, December 6th from 7:30a to 9:30a. YH staff members’ families, along with area families, are invited to stop in for a chat with Santa and receive a small toy!
- SANFORD PARADE • HOLLY DAZE • FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6th
The parade begins at 5:30p. The parade route (approx. ½ mile) begins on Main Street at Dairy Queen and ends at The MidTown Mall.
- SOUTH BERWICK • HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS • FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6th
Downtown South Berwick will come alive with its annual holiday celebration on Friday, December 6th from 5p to 7p. Local stores and businesses will stay open and the streets will be filled with music, people, crafts and yummy treats. York Hospital in South Berwick will be in the thick of it with holiday whoopie pies, coffee and hot chocolate, and fun activities for the family!
- YORK FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS PARADE • SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7th
The parade begins at 4:30p at Foster’s Clambakes at Axholme Road, finishing at Village Elementary School!
- KITTERY PARADE • SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7th
The parade begins at 3p at Post Office Square and will follow the traditional route through downtown Kittery and conclude at the John Paul Jones Park with the tree lighting.
- OGUNQUIT PARADE • CHRISTMAS BY THE SEA • SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14th
The 33rd annual parade begins at 3p. Plan to arrive before 2p at the parking lot across from “That Place in Ogunquit” restaurant, at the entrance to Perkins Cove. The parade route follows Shore Road to Ogunquit Center, down Beach Street, ending in the Lower Lot on River Road around 4p
- WELLS CHRISTMAS PARADE • SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15th
The 34th annual parade begins at 2p at The Wells Plaza on Route 1. If you’d like to join us on the float, meet at YH in Wells at 1p. Leave your car there and we'll take the float to the parade and back when done at approximately 3p.
Dr. James Stuart, Surgery Associates of York Hospital, has been on staff here in York since January of 1974. While the “usual” background information regarding his education and medical training
is interesting to know, even more interesting is the institutional history and the anecdotal information that Dr. Stuart has stored up the sleeves of his white coat after more than four decades of being a provider and a caregiver at York Hospital! We would like to take this opportunity to share a bit of both types of information. Dr. Stuart received his BA from Albion College in Albion, Michigan, and his MD from | Wayne State University College of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan. He completed a Rotating Internship at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine and a Residency in General Surgery, also at Maine Medical Center. Dr. Stuart is Certified by the American Board of Surgery and is a Fellow at the American College of Surgeons.
Back in the 1970s when Dr. Stuart joined York Hospital, there were no ambulances for the hospital. The local undertaker transported patients to the hospital in a vehicle similar to a modern hearse. When ambulances did start being used to transport patients to York Hospital, it was Dr. Stuart who trained the first EMTs riding on the ambulances. In 1974 there were 10 physicians total at York Hospital. If you stop Dr. Stuart in the hall today, he will still be able to tell you their names and what most of their work schedules were! On most Saturdays, the physicians would eat lunch in the cafeteria together – oftentimes with other employees or patients’ families. Another example of the kind of tight-knit community that defined York Hospital even back in the 1970s is that when Dr. Stuart performed surgeries, the assistant in the OR was typically the patient’s referring doctor, as opposed to another general surgeon or first assist.
These anecdotes illustrate that the philosophy of Loving Kindness has been an important aspect of how York Hospital has grown over the past four decades, and that Loving Kindness has guided Dr. Stuart as a physician, a caregiver and a colleague for more than 40 years. Kudos to Dr. Stuart—thank you for being an ambassador for York Hospital and a role model for all of us!