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Medical Staff

Spring Harbor’s medical staff members are highly trained individuals who balance the fundamentals of respectful and compassionate patient treatment with the sophistication of new and proven medicines and therapeutic techniques.

On each of our inpatient care units, a lead physician works as part of a multidisciplinary treatment team to ensure optimal medical care for every patient. In addition to psychiatrists, we employ talented psychologists, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners. Psychologists work in both the inpatient and outpatient settings to provide neurological and behavioral assessments. Physician assistants and nurse practitioners assist our treatment teams in delivering the safest, highest quality medication management and therapy regimens.

Medical Directors

Robert McCarley, MD, Vice President of Medical Affairs for Intensive Services
Sally Cooper, MD, Medical Director of Child and Adolescent Services
Matthew Siegel, MD, Vice President of Medical Affairs, Developmental Disorders Services
Cathleen Small, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Director of Behavioral Services and Spring Harbor Academy
William Brennan, MD, Ph.D., Residency Training Director

Medical Staff

William Brennan, MD, Ph.D.
Kimberly Comparetto, APRN-PMHNP
Kiely Foley, APRN-PMHNP
William Gelinas, PA-C
Jennifer Graham, MD
Brendan Kirby, MD
Robert Klotz, PA-C
Colin Lamb, MD
Richard McNamara, PA-C
Tamara Palka, MD
Line Pelletier, PA-C
Kasey Prunier, PA-C
James Ray, DO

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Maine Behavioral Healthcare’s World Class Autism Center Goes Green
An array of shiny new solar panels now grace the roof of the 28,000 square-foot facility that opened in August 2021. Since their installation, the solar panels have reduced energy costs for the facility by approximately 30%. The panels have also reduced 13,329+ pounds of CO2 emission, which is equivalent to planting more than 100 trees, and those numbers are rising every day.
Maine Behavioral Healthcare taps experienced professional from the Maine Health Care Association to lead communications
Nadine Grosso will bring more than 20 years’ experience as a health care communications professional to the state’s leading provider of behavioral health services.
Federal arbitrator in Indiana rules against Anthem practices that are similar to insurer’s disputed approach in Maine
The problems that led MaineHealth to remove its flagship hospital from the Anthem network starting in 2023 have created controversy across the country.
MaineHealth gives notice to remove Maine Medical Center from Anthem’s health insurance network beginning in 2023
The health system recognizes the decision could be disruptive for people with Anthem coverage, but the issues at stake threaten MaineHealth’s ability to provide the same level of care.