Maine Medical Partners, a department of Maine Medical Center, announced that five physicians have joined its practice.
1026806_284539 Monti.Jennifer.16.jpgJennifer Monti, M.D., joined MaineHealth Cardiology’s Scarborough office. She completed her internal medicine residency at Johns Hopkins University, followed by a cardiology fellowship at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.


The following physicians recently joined MMP’s – Hospital Medicine:


Emily Zarookian, M.D., completed her residency at Maine Medical Center, where she served as chief resident of internal medicine.





1026806_284539 Botler.Timothy.16.jpgTimothy Botler, M.D., received his medical degree from Medical College of Wisconsin and completed his residency at Rush Medical Center.



1026806_284539 Buttarazzi.Matthew.1.jpgMatthew Buttarazzi, M.D., completed his residency at MMC. He received his medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine as part of the Maine Track Program.





1026806_284539 Walker.John.13.jpgJohn Walker, D.O., received his medical degree from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his residency at MMC.



1026806_284539 Sharon Martel.jpgDay One in South Portland, a substance abuse treatment program, recently hired Sharon Martel as an accountant.
Martel brings more than 20 years of accounting experience in the nonprofit and legal services field.



Greater Portland Health hired Jennifer Rogers, a nurse practitioner, to provide care for patients living with HIV and other infectious diseases.
Rogers brings more than 16 years of clinical experience. For the last 11 years, she has worked at the virology treatment center at Maine Medical Center treating patients with HIV and chronic viral hepatitis.

1026806_284539 angela lagassey.jpgAngela Legassey, a nurse practitioner, has joined the care provider team at Central Maine Obstetrics and Gynecology in Lewiston.
Legassey most recently worked as a registered nurse in mother-baby care at Maine Medical Center in Portland, a position she held since 2007. Previously, Legassey worked as a registered nurse in the maternity unit at Hartford Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut.


Sacopee Valley Health Center hired Lynn Kearney as executive director.
Kearney has 12 years of experience in nonprofit health care, including her work as operations manager for Cape Cod Healthcare. For the past five years, she has worked for Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital as executive director of Jordan Physician Associates in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Aysha Sheikh joined the Maine Cancer Foundation as its new program officer.
She will work closely with the MCF leadership to develop its strategic plan, as well as oversee grant funding requests and awards. She previously worked for MaineHealth.


Waltz Long Term Care Pharmacy in Brunswick promoted two people on its staff.
284539 Courtney Doherty Oland, R.Ph, MBACourtney Doherty Oland was named president. She joined the pharmacy over 10 years ago.

Amy Kelder Enos was named director of pharmacy operations. She joined the pharmacy in 2007 and became a certified284539 Amy Kelder Enos,PharmD, CGP geriatric pharmacist in 2012.




St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center announced the promotion of six nurses on the professional development pathway.
The nurses promoted to Level III include Kendra Bailey, case management; Sonja Theriault, clinical documentation improvement; Anita Rousseau, RN, A2; and Katie Bishop, RN, who works in the emergency department.
The nurses promoted to level IV are: Tammy Jutras, RN, clinical documentation improvement; and Barbara Chute, BSN, RN, perianethesia.

U.S. News & World Report again named Maine Medical Center a Best Regional Hospital.
MMC is one of only 63 out of more than 4,500 hospitals in the nation – and the only one in Maine – to be rated high performing across the board in nine procedures and conditions.

David Frum, president of Bridgton Hospital and Rumford Hospital, was named one of the nation’s “Top 50 Critical Access Hospital CEOs to Know.”
Frum has more than 25 years of experience, including six years in his current role as president of Bridgton Hospital and Rumford Hospital.

The American Red Cross of Maine named the following people to serve on its southern Maine chapter board of directors.
The newest members include David Hurst, M.D., a retired physician from Gorham; Peter Liberatore, a marketing executive from Kennebunk; and Jerome J. Gamache, an attorney from Cumberland Foreside.

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Dr. David Hurst  

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Peter Liberatore

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Jerome Gamache

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