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Mayo Board announces the hiring of CEO
April 10, 2014
Mayo Regional Hospital Board of Directors (HAD 4) is proud to announce the hiring of Marie Vienneau, RN, FACHE, as Chief Executive Officer of Mayo Regional Hospital. Vienneau came on board in February 2014.
Vienneau is a Maine native who began her career in health care as an operating room RN at Brigham & Women’s hospital in Boston. Since then, she has served for 23 years in executive roles at Millinocket Regional Hospital, most recently as CEO and Chief Nursing Officer for the past eleven years. She earned her Bachelor of Science at the University of Maine in Orono, and is a Fellow with the American College of Healthcare Executives. Vienneau has been an active member of the Maine Hospital Association and has chaired a variety of committees since 2006. Vienneau was also the American Hospital Association Regional Policy Board Region 1 Delegate from 2006 – 2010.
“We are pleased to welcome Marie,” said George Barton, Board Chair of Mayo Regional Hospital (HAD 4). “She shares the board’s vision to ensure accessible, full service health care for every resident in our service area and is a seasoned healthcare executive. Having lived and worked in the area, she understands the health care needs in Piscataquis County and is personally committed to delivering quality, patient centered health care at Mayo.”
3nd Annual Allen Golf Classic
Mayo Regional Hospital raised nearly $31,000 during the 3rd annual Dennis Allen Memorial Golf Classic, which drew a field of 106 golfers to the Natanis Golf Course in Vassalboro on Aug. 31.
The tournament honors the memory of Dennis Allen, who died in 2008 of a heart attack. Allen, an avid golfer, was Chief Financial Officer at Mayo Regional Hospital for 30 years.
Proceeds from the tournament will be used by Mayo Regional to combat heart disease in the hospital’s service area of Piscataquis, Penobscot and Somerset counties. Funds raised from the Allen Classic in 2009 and 2010 have been used to buy 37 Automated External Defibrillators, which were donated by Mayo and placed in public access points throughout the region, from Medway to Fairfield, and Dexter to Pittston Farm. Mayo will continue to expand placement of AEDs with funds netted from the most recent tournament.
The team from A.E. Robinson Oil Co. of Dover-Foxcroft had the low net score of 54, turned in by James Robinson, Jeffrey Robinson, Mike Grinnell and Mike Harris. The foursome of Ryan Cloutier, Dave Winslow, Mike Neuts and Bruce Moore took low gross honors with a score of 62.
Rick York won the putting contest, the Thomas Agency team had the longest putt, the longest drives were struck by Mike Harris and Bonnie Allen, and the straightest drives were made by Ryan Cloutier and Paula Gagnon. Jim Fowle was closest to the pin on hole 4, and Phil Badger was closest to the pin on hole 10.
Special thanks are due to Acadia Benefits, A.E. Robinson Oil Co. and BerryDunn, who were major corporate sponsors of the Allen Classic. Gold-level sponsors included Allscripts, Dahl-Chase Pathology Associates, Dexter Family Practice, DiGiorgio Associates, Gilman Electric, H.M. Payson & Co., Hardwood Products, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Mayo Regional Hospital Medical Staff, Sage, and Thomas Agency. Pepsi was the beverage sponsor.
Raffle prizes included 100 gallons of oil from A.E. Robinson, tickets to the Deutsche Bank PGA championship, and greens fees to Bangor Muni, Piscataquis CC, Country View GC, JaTo Highlands, Foxcroft GC, Kebo Valley, J.W. Parks, Lakewood GC, Natanis GC, Sable Oaks GC and Dexter Municipal.
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