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Spring Harbor Hospital Announces New CNO

August 04, 2017

Above: Jennifer Hunt-MacLearn, Spring Harbor Hospital Chief Nursing Officer and VP of Patient Care Services


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Spring Harbor Hospital, a division of Maine Behavioral Healthcare has promoted Jennifer Hunt-MacLearn of North Yarmouth, Maine to the position of Chief Nursing Officer and VP of Patient Care Services. She has been with the hospital since its inception in 1999 and has over 20 years of providing leadership in nursing, infection control, training, risk management, and quality management. Prior roles have included Director of Professional Development & Performance Excellence, and most recently, Vice President of Operations, Intensive Services.


Hunt-MacLearn’s professional affiliations include the American Psychiatric Nurses Association and American College of Healthcare Executives. She is a graduate of the University of Southern Maine with a Master’s of Science in Nursing – Psych/Mental Health and has received an Advanced Nursing Leadership Certificate from Saint Anselm College. Hunt-MacLearn is a 2014 alum of the Daniel Hanley Center for Health Leadership HLD course.



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