EMHS is pleased to announce the establishment of a chief medical information officer (CMIO) and chief nursing information officer (CNIO). Both positions will report directly to EMHS’ senior vice president and chief medical officer, Robert Thompson, MD.
The Sylvia Ross Home is a warm and inviting assisted living facility located at Ross Manor in Bangor. Now, through the Sylvia Ross Legacy Program, which provides financial assistance to eligible residents, more people are able to call Sylvia Ross “home.”
Maine Coast Memorial Hospital and EMHS have entered into a Letter of Intent to commence discussions toward a closer relationship. The Letter of Intent, signed on August 4, 2014 allows both organizations to explore and evaluate a structure for an optimal relationship between Maine Coast Memorial Hospital and EMHS.
Evelyn S. Silver, PhD, a retired senior advisor to the president at the University of Maine, has been elected chair of the EMHS Board of Directors. The election was during the EMHS annual meeting held June 11 at EMHS Home Office in Brewer. Barry D. McCrum of Mars Hill was elected vice-chair.
Six EMHS hospitals are at the forefront of using information technology to improve patient care, based on the results of a 2014 survey published by the American Hospital Association. Eastern Maine Medical Center and Sebasticook Valley Hospital were recognized in the healthcare’s most wired category, and TAMC, Acadia Hospital, Blue Hill Memorial Hospital, and Inland Hospital were honored in the most wired – small and rural category. The six hospitals were among only nine in Maine to be recognized.