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Casco Bay Surgery Joins Maine Medical Partners

January 11, 2018

Maine Medical Partners proudly welcomes Casco Bay Surgery to the largest medical group in Maine. On December 24, 2017, the practice changed its name to Maine Medical Partners – Surgical Care Casco Bay. Patients will continue to receive the same high level of patient-centered care that they have come to expect from Casco Bay over the last 26 years.

Tom Brady, M.D., is a regional leader in hernia repair and abdominal wall reconstruction. Kirk Sahagian, M.D., specializes in bariatric surgery and is Medical Director of the MMC Weight & Wellness Program. Roy Cobean, M.D., focuses on benign gastroesophageal junction surgery (GERD, hiatal hernia and achalasia), including bariatric surgery. Cathel Macleod, M.D., Parker Roberts, M.D., and Sara Mayo, M.D., are Maine’s only team of dedicated colon and rectal surgeons. The team’s surgeons perform their own upper and lower GI endoscopy and use advanced laparoscopic and robotic techniques.

“With the arrival of Casco Bay Surgery physicians, Maine Medical Partners will be able to continue building on our strong reputation for exceptional outcomes,” said Joel Botler, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, MMC and interim President, MMP.

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