Strategic Plan

Franklin Memorial Hospital is part of the MaineHealth family, a not-for-profit family of high-quality hospitals, providers and health care organizations, dedicated to a vision of working together so our communities are the healthiest in America. In 2015 a System Strategic Planning Committee composed of community volunteers and leaders from across the MaineHealth service area aligned and developed the system-level strategic plan that outlines key priorities common to all our communities.

MaineHealth’s 2016-18 strategic plan sets the course for the development of each organization’s strategic plan.

At the same time, a three-year strategic plan for FY 2017-2019 (Oct. 1, 2016-Sept 30, 2019), is serving as our organization's compass and guide to fulfill our vision and mission, enhance care, and create long-term sustainability. Our strategic plan was completed with input from the board, medical staff, management team, and key stakeholders.

It looks at the longer term, taking into account how to grow services and revenue to enhance patient care, create long-term sustainability, and create a rewarding place to work for our providers and staff. It provides the framework for establishing, on an annual basis, a detailed set of focused goals and objectives, outlining a clear path for advancing the organization.

Each of the plan’s strategic priorities has an executive sponsor(s) to ensure its successful implementation.

Franklin Memorial Hospital 2017-2019 Strategic Plan

Read our 2017-2019 strategic plan to learn more about our organization's future plans.
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