William Lambie, left, Steven Trockman, center, and Sonja Tomic.

Spectrum Healthcare Partners has announced the addition of Penobscot Bay Pathology Associates to its team of specialists.

Dr. William Lambie and Dr. Sonja Tomic will now be part of the Spectrum Healthcare Partners pathology division. Tomic has been a pathologist for over 30 years and Lambie for over 13 years.

Steven Trockman was named director of marketing operations of New England Rehabilitation Hospital of Portland.

Trockman brings 18 years of public health and health care leadership experience at the federal, state and community level.

CLINIC OPENS

Jill Mahoney, left, and Jacob Aguiar.

Jill Mahoney, M.D., and Jacob Aguiar, N.D., have opened Scarborough Integrative Health, a patient-centered, tick-borne disease clinic at 51 Route 1 in Scarborough.

Mahoney served as a general medical officer in the Navy, acting as senior medical officer for Destroyer Squadron 14 during a 2002 deployment. She received the Navy Achievement Medal for her service.

In 2006, she moved to Maine, where she has been caring for patients as a family physician for the past decade.

Aguiar works with patients to create personalized and effective treatment solutions. He spent the last several years treating over 1,000 patients with Lyme disease and tick-borne infections at North Coast Family Health in New Hampshire.

CERTIFICATIONS

Sarah Kelly

Sarah Kelly, owner of Sarah Kelly Coaching, is now a national board-certified health and wellness coach.

Kelly was one of six Mainers to take the first standardized medical board exam for health and wellness coaches in September. She trained at Duke Integrative Medicine as an integrative health coach.

Kelly launched her business full time in August. She works in a holistic way with people looking for guidance in taking steps toward a healthier life.

GENERAL

Carolyn Milles has established a private nutrition counseling practice at 510 Main St. in Gorham.

Milles is a third-generation registered dietitian/nutritionist who offers counseling services for cardiovascular health, diabetes, weight management, hypertension/hyperlipidemia, general wellness and more.

Carolyn Milles

She also specializes in polycystic ovary syndrome, fertility, eating disorders, and digestive conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome.

North Berwick Family Medicine and Dr. Mary O’Hare, an OB-GYN, are extending services in southern Maine

The practice joined the Southern Maine Health Care team on Oct. 1, enabling patients of the practice to benefit from SMHC’s extensive group of specialists, specialty programs and diagnostic and therapy technology in nearby Sanford.

The providers and staff at North Berwick Family Medicine will continue to see their patients at 7 High St.

O’Hare will work in the Sanford Women’s Health office, where she will see patients five days a week.

She has been caring for women in the Biddeford office for more than 25 years.