Health and wellness are fundamental to the student experience at Bridgton. A team of professionals provides our students with comprehensive medical care and counseling services. Students have access to high-quality day infirmary care, supportive counseling, mindfulness skills building, as well as treatment coordination, and on-site medical care for minor illnesses and injuries.
If students require medical, dental, or mental health services beyond the range of our Student Health Center, they are referred to nearby Bridgton Hospital, which is affiliated with Central Maine Medical Center. Additionally, the North Bridgton Family Practice and Walk-In Clinic, located steps away from campus, is available for easy access to same-day appointments as needed. The nursing staff makes all necessary transportation arrangements for off-campus student appointments.
Questions regarding Health Services can be directed to the Director of The Student Health Center, Kate Tucker, at 207-647-7641 or email@example.com. Anne Polak, LCPC, Mental Health Clinician, can be reached at 207-647-3322 x 1244 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the ever-changing realities of the COVID-19 pandemic, Bridgton Academy is committed to providing a safe, in-person learning experience. Throughout the pandemic, the Academy has worked closely with a public health consultant to ensure that all pandemic-related policies and protocols are in alignment with best health practices. Through our robust testing program and other mitigation protocols, Bridgton Academy continues to deliver a safe residential learning environment, as well as competitive athletic schedules for our student-athletes.