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Mayo Regional Hospital
  • 897 West Main Street
  • Dover-Foxcroft, Maine 04426
  • 207-564-8401

 

2009 Annual Report from HAD 4

Mayo Regional Hospital’s stable financial position allowed it to experience continued success in recruiting new medical staff members in 2009. Physicians joining the staff included Gail Lamb, D.O., at Guilford Medical Associates, and both Walter Doerfler, D.O. and Andrew Fletcher, M.D. in the Emergency Department.

Mayo Hospital in Fall

Seven new mid-level providers also came aboard during the year: Carolyn Wiese, PA-C, Joanne Reiniger, PA-C and Cynthia Levick, FNP at Dover-Foxcroft Family Medicine, David Johnson, PA-C at WorkWISE, Hilary Hudson, PA-C at Mayo Orthopedics, David Nevins, PA-C at Dexter Family Practice, and Diana Vandermast, FNP at Milo Family Practice.

Several hospital departments expanded their services, most notably Mayo’s Counseling Program, which occupied a new location on High Street in Dover-Foxcroft for its psychiatry practice, mental health and substance abuse counseling services. Mayo Counseling also joined forces with the Charlotte White Center to provide comprehensive behavioral health services at the new site.

Mayo Emergency Medical Services collaborated with Corinth Fire and Rescue to expand its ambulance coverage to that community, with the Corinth base also covering Bradford and Charleston. The hospital’s Radiology Department added a digital mammography system, investing $408,000 in the most advanced technology for breast cancer detection.

Four Mayo department leaders received statewide recognition. David McDermott, M.D., medical director of emergency services, was installed as president of the Maine Medical Association. Lynne Gagnon, director of patient care services, was named president-elect of OMNE/Nursing Leaders of Maine. Lisa Fortier, director of social services, was chosen Social Work Leader of the Year. Judy Gerrish, Heartwise director, was named “Star of Life” winner by the Northeastern EMS Council.

Mayo responded to the national economic recession with a comprehensive financial improvement process involving a lineby- line review of all operating expenses. Dozens of cost-saving ideas were identified and implemented, helping Mayo pare almost $3 million from its operating budget for 2009-2010.

By maintaining tight fiscal discipline, Mayo was able to preserve its current employment level and absorb an increased demand for charity care in the community, while also generating a modest operating margin.

2009 Year end Statements of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Net Assets PDF

2009 key statistics

 

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