Waldo County General Hospital
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Oncology and Infusion Therapy

The oncology teams at Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital have been caring for cancer patients for many years. We offer screening, diagnosis, surgery, treatment, recovery, education and support services to adults age 18 and over.

Our goal is to provide the highest-quality oncology services close to home so patients can focus on healing and recovery rather than travel. Our care team includes a board-certified hematologist, oncologists and an oncology certified nurse practitioner. Our nurses have a special interest in cancer and many are oncology certified nurses. Our oncology certified social worker is also available to help meet the unique needs of cancer patients.

Program Overview

  • We are part of the MaineHealth Cancer Care Network and collaborate with oncology experts across the state to develop the best treatment plan for each patient.
  • We are members of the Association of Community Cancer Centers
  • We coordinated each patient's care with other clinical areas as needed (primary care, pharmacy, laboratory, radiology, respiratory therapy, etc.)
  • We participate in advanced research and clinical trials and screen all patients for eligibility.
  • Our survivorship program helps patients who have completed treatment understand their unique medical history and follow up plan.

We provide the following oncology services for patients diagnosed with cancer:

  • Oncology/Hematology
  • Oncology/Hematology assessments and follow up by board-certified oncologist and nurse practitioner
  • Chemotherapy infusions by certified chemotherapy registered nurses
  • Central line maintenance
  • Blood transfusions, intravenous therapy and injections
  • Social workers
  • Patient education
  • Survivorship care planning
  • Clinical trials
  • Infusion
  • Intravenous therapy
  • Injections
  • Rheumatology, neurology, nephrology, pulmonology, immunology, gastroenterology, infectious disease and psychiatry patients


Sigrid E. Berg, MD, MPH

Sigrid E. Berg, MD, MPH, earned her medical degree from the Duke University School of Medicine and her masters of public health degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She received her residency training in Internal Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital and her fellowship training in Hematology and Medical Oncology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.

Katrina Tozier, DNP

Katrina Tozier, DNP, CNP, AOCNP, ACHPN, recently completed her Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP) with a subspecialty in oncology from the University of South Alabama. In June 2018, Dr. Tozier completed her Advanced Oncology Certified Nurse Practitioner Certification through the Oncology Nurse Certification Corporation and in January 2019 she completed her Hospice and Palliative Nurse Certification through the Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center.

B. Kevin Murphy, RN, Oncology Patient Navigator

The Oncology Patient Navigator is an experienced registered nurse, who specializes in cancer care. The navigator is dedicated to helping patients find their way through a new cancer diagnosis. Focusing on education and care coordination, the navigator is often the first point of contact between the patient and the oncology practice. The navigator helps bridge the gap between the PCP and oncology to ensure a smooth referral process and minimize delays. During a time when decisions are many and often overwhelming, the navigator is also a source of emotional support for the patient and their loved ones. Patients can feel confident that their navigator is available to them to offer assistance and guidance during the decision making process, ensuring they never have to walk the cancer care continuum alone.

Claudia B. Hill, LCSW

Claudia B. Hill, LCSW, has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Columbia University School of Social Work. As the first Oncology Social Worker at Waldo County General Hospital she is an integral part of the multidisciplinary team. She identifies and responds to the psychological, social, and practical distress that can result from a cancer diagnosis. She connects patients to local, regional, and national resources. She provides education and support to patients and their families. She is an advocate for patients during all of the transition points in the cancer care continuum.

A Coordinated System of Care

Waldo County General Hospital is a proud partner of the MaineHealth Cancer Care Network, a coordinated system of care with the support of the Harold Alfond® Foundation.

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