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Day in the Life of a Psychiatric Nurse

Testimonials from Our Psychiatric Nurses

"I'm proud to be an integral part of a team that mirrors my values, devotion, and commitment to patient care. Together, we take pride in providing a professional, supportive service that's vital to our patients, their families, and our community!"

-Mamie Mailo, RN

"The challenge can be exciting and the activity on the adult unit can be exhausting, but when those patients leave with plans to continue outpatient therapy, it's a wonderful thing. But the sincere smile and thanks they give you is over-the-top awesome!"

-Sue Ginnett, RN

"Working with adolescents is both rewarding and challenging. When I go home at night, I feel pride in the work I do--helping young people make positive changes in their lives."

-Heidi Drew, RN

"I enjoy having the opportunity to help adolescents in the difficult process of dealing with a mental illness. To see a depressed teenager come alive with a smile is a highlight of my job."

-Deb Mason, RN

"The staff I work with are fabulous, and I love being able to help teenagers."

-Megan Brown, RN

"The staff at Spring Harbor are great to work with."

-Lynn Welch, RN

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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 Appoints Fellowship-trained Clinician to Lead Nursing Services
Jason Rosenberg, MSN will bring more than 10 years’ experience in nurse leadership to the state’s leading provider of behavioral health services.
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.
Maine Behavioral Healthcare taps Hadjiyane for newly created role of chief operating officer
Formerly the vice president of ambulatory services, she will have responsibility for operations across the organization, including Spring Harbor Hospital.