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Dr. Brennan Receives Tufts University Teaching Award

Meet Dr. William Brennan, Asst. Medical Director at Spring Harbor Hospital, and learn about his passion for psychiatry.

Dr. William Brennan

Our Staff

Spring Harbor employs not only psychiatrists but also clinical social workers and counselors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, occupational therapists and psychiatric and behavioral technicians. Physician assistants and nurse practitioners work collaboratively with the attending physicians who provide leadership to our treatment team in delivering evidence-informed treatment. Additionally, our Developmental Disorders Program employs a psychologist, speech therapist, behavior analyst and special educators as vital members of its treatment team.

Hiring 

We're always on the lookout for hardworking and passionate staff - be sure to check out the Maine Behavioral Healthcare careers page to see the latest openings! Are you a student interested in an internship at the hospital? The careers page has information about that process, too.

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