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Western Maine Health Annual Report

Message from Our President and CEO

During 2017, Western Maine Health continued to experience growth with the addition of new physicians, new programs and the expansion of existing programs. We also completed major renovations to our physician practices. I would like to highlight a few of the key events that occurred in 2017 with you:

  • Celebrated a milestone anniversary, marking 60 years of caring for our community
  • Launched a new, first of it’s kind, Rural Internal Medicine Residency program
  • Several new physicians joined the medical staff:  Dr. Benjamin Hagopian, Dr. Eric Gerchman, and Dr. Annamarie Pond, all physicians at Western Maine Primary Care
  • Worked in collaboration with other MaineHealth hospitals to create a common set of values - a process that included team members and leaders from across the entire health system

We continue to work diligently with MaineHealth and other partners to develop strategic initiatives and priorities to further improve the delivery of care. Thank you for trusting and choosing Western Maine Health as your provider of choice for your healthcare needs.

Sincerely,

Timothy A. Churchill
President and CEO 

 

 

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