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Board of Directors

Officers

President and Chair

Mark W. Fourre, MD
Chief Medical Officer, LincolnHealth

Vice Chair

Michael N. Albaum, MD
Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Southern Maine Health Care

Secretary

Lugene Inzana
Senior Vice President of Finance, Chief Financial Officer, Maine Medical Center

Treasurer

Albert G. Swallow III
Executive Vice President, Treasurer, MaineHealth

 

Members

Joan Boomsma, MD
Chief Medical Officer, MaineHealth

Joel Botler, MD
Chief Medical Officer, Maine Medical Center

Michael H. Clark, MD
Owner and Physician, Lifespan Family Healthcare

Abdul Bengali
Interim Chief Information Officer

Thomas L. Johnson, MD
Physician, Western Maine Family Medicine

Linda Durst
CMO & Chief Psy MMC, MBH Medical & Clinical Affairs

Scott D. Mills, MD
Vice President of Medical Staff Administration, Chief Medical Officer, MidCoast-Parkview Health

Roger Pezzuti, MD
Beneficiary Representative

Jeffrey Sanders
President, Maine Medical Center

Stephen Gorman, DO
Physician, Chest Medicine Associates

Carl DeMars
Senior Medical Director of Ambulatory Care, Mid Coast-Parkview Hospital

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Apply for LincolnHealth's Free CNA Class by December 4
LincolnHealth is accepting applications for the winter Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) class through Friday, December 4. The class will begin Tuesday, January 19, 2021 and is offered at no cost to the student.
Memorial Receives Federal Grant to Support Dementia Capable Programs
Mt. Washington Valley organizations will soon be able to offer older adults with dementia and their caregivers additional evidence-based programs and services over the next few years.
SMHC Names Caregiver of the Year
Stacy Merrill has been named Southern Maine Health Care’s 2020 Caregiver of the Year. Merrill is a valuable member of the SMHC team and emanates SMHC’s core values of patient centered, respect, integrity, excellence, ownership and innovation.
Franklin Memorial Hospital safety survey finds no deficiencies in infection prevention
Nineteen hospital care team members have tested positive for the coronavirus. The positive cases are not thought to pose a significant risk to patients as hospital staff has been consistent in the use of protective equipment shown to minimize transmission.