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Brad Owen Joins Oxford Hills Internal Medicine

October 03, 2017

Western Maine Health President and CEO, Timothy A. Churchill, recently announced that Bradley Owen has accepted the Practice Manager position for Oxford Hills Internal Medicine.

 

Owen holds a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from Atlantic Union College and has prior experience as a practice manager for a neurology practice.  He is currently finishing his Masters in Healthcare Administration at Saint Joseph’s College of Maine.  Professional Associations include the Medical Group Management Association and the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. In his new role, Owen will be responsible for guiding, organizing and monitoring all services provided by Oxford Hills Internal Medicine.

 

Owen shares, “I am excited to work with a team of physicians, clinical and clerical staff with several years of service who treat each other with respect, kindness, and compassion and who put the patient at the center of everything they do. Patient care is a team approach from the moment the patient checks in, to the moment they check out and at OHIM I can see that approach in action.”

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