Health Department

Health department 207-764-7219
Health Clinic 207-764-1792
Fax 207-769-7409
Medical Records Fax # 207-769-7409

Office Hours:
Monday and Wednesday 8:00 AM-4:00 PM ET
Tuesday and Thursday 8:00 AM -6:00 PM ET
Friday 8:00AM-Noon
Closed all Federal and Tribal Holidays

Health Clinic

Health Clinic 207-764-1792
Fax 207-769-7409
Medical Records Fax # 207-769-7409

Office Hours:
Monday and Wednesday 8:00 AM-4:00 PM ET
Tuesday and Thursday 8:00 AM -6:00 PM ET
Friday 8:00AM-Noon
Closed all Federal and Tribal Holidays

Tribal Administration and Government

Tribal Administration and Government 207-764-1972
Health Clinic 207-764-1792
Health department 207-764-7219

Like other tribes of Maine, the Micmac, continue to produce a variety of traditional baskets made of splint ash wood, birch bark and split cedar. The Micmac are recognized as excellent producers of porcupine quill on birch bark boxes and wooden flowers of strips of maple, cedar and white birch.

Introduction

The majority of the 1489 + members of the Aroostook Band of Micmacs live within Aroostook County, located in Northern Maine. As far as we know, from time immemorial the Micmacs have occupied the lands south and east of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, the Maritime Provinces and other regions along the Atlantic Seaboard of Northeastern America. The Micmac Nation, today, is composed of seven districts with 29 bands and a population of approximately 30 thousand.

The Micmac language is an Algonquin one, related to that of the Micmacs' southern neighbors, the Maliseets, Passamaquoddy, Penobscot and Abenaki. All these northeastern tribes are culturally and linguistically related. Collectively, this group is called the "Wabanaki", which means "People of the Daybreak", or "Dawn land People" (wabun meaning "light" or "white", aki meaning "earth").

On November 26, 1991 after complex legal maneuvering and political lobbying the Aroostook Band of Micmacs finally achieved Federal Recognition with the passage of the Aroostook Band of Micmacs Settlement Act. This act provided the Community with acknowledgment of its tribal status in the United States. The Aroostook Band of Micmacs have succeeded in rejuvenating a part of the Micmac Nation.

Health Department: 207-764-7219
Tribal Administrative: 207-764-1972
Micmac Clinic: 207-764-1702

Tribal Administration:
7 Northern Road
Presque Isle, Maine 04736

Clinic/Health Department:
8 Northern Road
Presque Isle, ME 04769

AMB MISSION STATEMENT

Integrity-I shall think and act with honesty and in the best interest of our community, co-workers and the tribe.

Collaboration-I shall work with the people we serve, each other (co-workers) and external customers to offer the highest quality service.

Accountability-I shall maintain the highest standards and follow through on our grants/awards and goals.

Respect-I shall treat our community, co-workers with courtesy, kindness while maintaining their dignity and respecting their individual opinions.

Excellence-I shall try to constantly improve our knowledge and skills in the pursuit of quality of services to our co-workers the community and tribe.